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October 29, 2010
Editor’s Note:  I directed Lunch in the Afterworld in this WARP’s production of scary shorts.  And Will Phillips and Molly Blades gave me fine performances.

Halloween Thriller/Chiller!

WARP’s Halloween Show, “Revenge of the Fun Forest”, is a festival of original one-act plays and comedy sketches by Seattle playwrights. Come and enjoy tales of ghosts, ghouls, vampires, high school teachers, and some of the world’s most dysfunctional families. The lineup includes work by John Ruoff, Chris Mathews, Leonard Goodisman, Lyn Coffin, Chris Fruitrich, Donna Van Norman, Josie de Lellis and, of course, a performance by Troupe Comique. Cast includes Molly Blades, Tamara Burnett, Lyn Coffin, Ellen Covey, Jason Dooley, Sherein Idkeidek, Jeremy January, Adam Jones, Dale Kazdan, Chris Mathews, Danny Osborne, Will Phillips, Jim Quatier, Rachel Ross, John Ruoff, Eric Smiley, Mara Steve, Sonja Watson, and Stephanie Wichmann.
 
Performances will be at the Seattle Center TPS Theater 4, located on the fourth floor of the Center House, on October 29, 30 and 31 and November 5 and 6. All performances start at 8PM, with doors opening at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $10 at the door, $5 for students and those over 65. Tickets are 2 for $10 if purchased (i.e., paid for) in advance from WARP writers, directors, cast, or crew members. Tickets can also be purchased online through Brown Paper Tickets http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/129300.
 
WARP: http://warptheater.org 

Photo by Carl Nelson

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From the Editor’s Perch

October 10, 2010

Molly Blades and Will Phillips star in Len Goodisman’s short play, Lunch in the Afterworld, due to open soon in theater TPS4 in the Seattle Center House as part of an evening of Halloween-seasoned shorts, presented by WARP and billed as: Revenge of the Fun Forest.   http://www.warptheater.org/   Directed by yours truly (Carl Nelson), Molly Blades sings this haunting Jazz standard as the play opener.

Molly plays the Spirit of Therese, recently departed.

Photo by Carl Nelson


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