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Date
Friday, October 07, 2022
Time
7:30 p.m.
Place
Theatre4
Cost
Admission Fee

Misanthropy, a new play by Hannah Nielsen, is a timely dark comedy about navigating self-transformation - told in the style of campy werewolf horror.

Synopsis
Lyla is finally starting to get her life together. But her friends start to worry when her good mood depends on fresh meat... Misantropy is a story of self-transformation, family and frienship told with quick humor and blood. The show performs in in 90 minutes, plus intermission.

Misanthropy is produced by Wayward Works, a new production company focused on championing new work and new artists in the Pacific Northwest. We are a team of experienced Seattle artists and hope to bolster the return of Seattle theatre post-COVID with more independent productions.

Content Warning
While the venue is open to all ages, the script features adult content, language, and situations, and may be unsuitable for children under 18. This play contains the use of fake blood and moments of violence are implied though not shown on-stage.

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Same Day Events Showing Events on October 07, 2022

All Day

Seattle Center Sculpture Walk 2022

Free Event
Four temporary Art Installations throughout campus.
7:00 p.m.

Public Screenings: Brilliant Disguise: The Samadhi of K.C. Tewari

Admission Fee
K.C. Tewari—in the guise of a headmaster of a boys school in the foothills of the Himalayas—was secretly a High Yogi, frequently able to go into altered states of trance, known as Samadhi, at any moment.
7:30 p.m.

Where We Belong

Admission Fee
In this intimate and exhilarating solo piece, Madeline echoes a journey to England braved by Native ancestors in the 1700s following treatise betrayals – and forces us to consider what it means to belong in an increasingly globalized world.
7:30 p.m.

In the Time of the Butterflies

Admission Fee
For 30 years, President Trujillo’s iron fist of authoritarianism tightened around the throat of the Dominican Republic. But the people would not be crushed, they would not be silenced. As the revolution grew, so too did our butterflies—the Mirabal sisters.
7:30 p.m.

What the Constitution Means to Me

Admission Fee
In this hilarious, hopeful, and achingly human new play, actor Cassie Beck resurrects Schreck's teenage self in order to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives.

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