Sunday, March 5, 2017

Looking for Quakers who want to go see Bad Panda.

RantWoman thanks her Facebook Feed for serving up the following opportunity. RantWoman means it about wanting to find a clump of people to go with. RantWoman also wants this post to stay clean and focused. But RantWoman has A LOT to say about some other things and GUESSES she is supposed to be grateful for the opportunity to say what is on her mind. Bless us oh lord in thy abundance. But first, Bad Panda:

Bad Panda graphic: text as below on the Left and Panda face on theRight.
Our heartfelt and hilarious season begins with Bad Panda, a play by Megan Gogerty of the Iowa Writer’s Workshop that’s been performed from Beijing to Baltimore and is receiving its Northwest Premier in Seattle directed by Kate Huisentruit!

When Gwo Gwo and Marion become the last two pandas on earth, the heat is on as they attempt to repopulate. There’s just one small problem- Gwo Gwo has fallen in love with Chester, a crocodile.

When Marion ventures out of the enclosure and returns with a bouncing baby panda and Gwo Gwo begins to examine the difference between predator and prey, the three must navigate the challenges of co-parenting, identity politics, postpartum depression, and what it takes to be a Good Pan...da.

Join us for this zoological exploration of non-traditional families playing March 23rd through April 8th in association with Theatre Off Jackson.

Gwo Gwo: Richard Sean Glen
Marion: Helen Martin
Chester: Michael Ryan Blackwood

Director: Kate Huisentruit
Stage Manager: Jordan Talbot
Dramaturg: Claire Koleske
Lighting Design: Keny Dutton
Costume Design: Eleanor Withrow
Scenic Design: Caitlin McCown
Props Design: Emma Ambacher
Sound Design: Erik Siegling
Choreography: Anthony Pallozzi
Build Crew: Konstantin Lazarov
Run Crew: Kayla Reynolds

Theatre Off Jackson
409 7th Ave S, Seattle WA 98104

Doors open at 7:30 and show starts at 8pm
Thursday, March 23rd
Friday, March 24th
Saturday, March 25th
Thursday, March 30th
Friday, March 31st
Saturday, April 1st
Thursday, April 6th
Friday, April 7th
Saturday, April 8th

General Admission: $20 in advance / $25 at the Door
TPS Member: $15 in advance / $17 at the Door
Student/Senior: with ID $12 in advance / $14 at the Door

Fantastic.Z is Seattle’s LGBTQ theatre company. An artist founded and run company presenting the Puget Sound with quality theatre focused through a queer lens. In addition to our community outreach and education programs, Fantastic.Z strives to bring fierce, entertaining and passionate theatre while giving a voice to the LGBTQ community and its allies. Fantastic.Z Theatre is a not for profit 501c3 company.

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