Sunday, February 28, 2010

Peaking, A New Play By Kamerie Chapman

A new play by Kamarie Chapman

The Working Theatre collective presents its fourth of six world premier events this season, Peaking, by Bellingham, WA playwright Kamarie Chapman. Three forgotten goddesses are exiled to the New Mexico desert for discovering the subtle art of masturbation. (And you thought you could just go blind!) Forced to deal with the trials of becoming human, these three goddesses (and two helpful, if bumbling, muses) banter, bitch, and break down, and (of course, of course) discover a little bit about themselves in the process.

Set against the backdrop of the Southwest, Peaking explores the people's natural ability to deal with a fall from on high, (literally, in this case), the power of choice making, and how a little bit of self-actualization can cause a lot of trouble along the way.

Peaking marks the next production in The Working Theatre Collective's continuing season of world premier productions in our new converted black box theatre - eff Space, located in The Box Lift Building on NE Hancock and MLK

Peaking is directed by Nate Harpel, and features performances by Kaitlyn Acock, Tricia Askew, Colleen Hartnett, Samantha Luhn, and Sarah McGregor.

March 11-13, 18-20, and 25-27
All shows 8pm

eff Space
333 NE Hancock
$10-$15 sliding scale
(Thursdays pay what you will)

For reservations contact 360-739-8623

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