Video by Katie Woodzick
The time-shifting comedy by the author of Top Girls explores sexuality, gender roles, Victorianism and oppression, balanced perfectly with Churchill's rolling wit and hilarious situations.
The show follows one family set in two different time periods. Act I takes place in British Colonial Africa, roughly during the 1870's during the British Victorian era. Act II takes place in London around 1979, but for the family, only 25 years has passed.
Gender and familial roles are brought to the forefront as audiences are forced to recognize that men play women, women play men, and adults play children. It is a fun romp through the universally recognized strain of maintaining a family unit.
Directed by Shawn Main
Monica Chilton - Edward / Betty
Danielle Daggerty - Joshua / Gerry
Ian McIntire - Harry / Martin
Eric Mulholland - Betty / Edward
Devin Rodger - Maud / Victoria
Tom Stewart - Clive / Cathy
Katie Woodzick - Mrs. Saunders / Ellen / Lin
May 30, 31 June 1, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14
All performances start at 7:30PM.
Tickets are $15 if you purchase online (click above!) or $20 at the door.
We cannot allow late seating. Please plan to arrive when the house opens at 7:00PM.
This show not recommended for kids under 12... or those inclined to prudishness.
WHERE WE PERFORM - TPS THEATER 4
T4 can be hard to find. It's located at the Seattle Center in the Armory (formerly the Center House). The Armory is located in between Memorial Stadium and the EMP. Take the main elevator, located on the North side of the building to floor 4, take a left and head to the end of the hallway. Take another left and go through the double doors and walk down the brick hallway. T4 will be located on your right.
Parking can be difficult to find, please plan accordingly.