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    Her Mother Was Imagination

    Presented by at Annex Theatre

    July 30-August 28, 2010

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    Her Mother Was Imagination

    Her Mother Was Imagination is a bold new culture-bending play by local playwright Elizabeth Heffron, directed by Ellie McKay. This edgy satire explores a future society who are seemingly confined to a massive sky-scraping tower living safely above a treacherous and inhospitable earth terrain below. This almost Orwellian life in the tower is both savage and decadent and at times an opulent spectacle in this fantastical new world order. ...

    Her Mother Was Imagination is a bold new culture-bending play by local playwright Elizabeth Heffron, directed by Ellie McKay. This edgy satire explores a future society who are seemingly confined to a massive sky-scraping tower living safely above a treacherous and inhospitable earth terrain below. This almost Orwellian life in the tower is both savage and decadent and at times an opulent spectacle in this fantastical new world order.

    Featuring David Gassner, Sann Hall, Jesse Keeter, Conner Marx, Carrie McIntyre, Beth Peterson, Erin Pike, Peter Richards, Michael Stock and Sarah Warner

    Her Mother Was Imagination is the culmination of a generative multi-disciplinary arts project exploring our future as individuals and as a culture, created by Elizabeth Heffron, Ellie McKay, Max Reichlin and Daniel Worthington. This new play is entirely lit and powered by human-charged batteries in effort to minimize its own environmental footprint as well as champion the practical applications of alternative renewable energy.

    Pay What You Can performances on August 6 & 7.

    Industry Night performance on August 16.

    Cast:
    David Gassner – Erwin
    Sann Hall – Wanda
    Jesse Keeter – 110-Year-Old Man, Ted, Ruck
    Connor Marx – Postman
    Carrie McIntyre – Kate
    Beth Peterson – Lulu, Ruck
    Erin Pike – Pearl
    Peter Richards – Milo
    Michael Stock – Sonny
    Sarah Warren – Reesa
    Crew:
    Elizabeth Heffron – Playwright
    Ellie McKay – Director
    Peter Frost – Stage Manager
    Maridee Slater – Scenic Design
    Kate Jordan – Lighting Design
    Afton Pilkington – Costume Design
    Heather Chan – Costume Assistant
    Christopher A. Dewar – Sound Design
    Peter Richards – Music Composition
    Pamala Mijatov – Props Design
    Daniel Worthington – Graphic Design
    Max Reichlin – Bicycle Power Generators


    Annex Theatre

    1100 E Pike St
    Seattle, WA 98122

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    Admission Info:

    5-15




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