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On the Nature of Dust by New Century Theatre Company - May 14th

From: megan
Sent on: Monday, March 15, 2010 5:52 PM
We really enjoyed the last New Century Theatre production and some of the readings they've been doing over the winter. Here at last is the next full scale performance.

When: Friday, May 14,[masked]:00 PM

ACT - A Contemporary Theatre
700 Union St. 7th & Union downtown
Seattle, WA 98101

Tickets are $25. Buy them now through ACT: https://www.acttheatr...

Dinner before the show (or you can meet us at the theater) - I'll ask for an exact number for the dinner count a week before the show. If you know your email account treats Meetup emails as spam, please send me your email address now...

Hope you can join us, Megan

New Century Theatre Company, the accomplished Seattle company who previously produced The Adding Machine and Orange Flower Water at ACT, presents a world premiere comedy from company playwright Stephanie Timm.

On the Nature of Dust is a quirky and poignant new play about the complexities of mother/daughter relationships, the mysteries of faith, the intricacies of nature and the healing benefits of fudge ripple ice cream.

Shirley Bliss, an ill-equipped but well-meaning mom, and her old soul teenaged daughter Clara, are going through some major changes. Their best buddy relationship has devolved into a food-throwing, name-calling struggle of epic proportions. But that's not the only devolving that's going on. How far will Shirley go to hold on to the daughter she knew? Why is there an ape eating a prayer plant in their living room? And what's up with Clara's pastor and biology teacher duking it out in the middle of the liquor store? One thing is certain: some people have some serious growing up to do.

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