ACT's Central Heating Lab to Premiere SEATTLE VICE Musical, 3/28-4/19
A lively, historical peep-show, Seattle Vice is an immersive experience that takes the audience underground into one of alleged gangster Frank Colacurcio's notorious night clubs. Vice tells the story of how Colacurcio came to dominate vice and crime during Seattle's infamous "anything goes" era.
Seattle Vice features nightly guest burlesque and cabaret performers and is accompanied by the live band The Enablers.
The new musical premieres March 28 - April 19 2014 via Marxiano Productions and The Central Heating Lab at ACT. Created by Mark Siano and Opal Peachey and inspired by the book by Rick Anderson, the show runs: 8:30 Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights at the ACT Theatre Bullitt Cabaret 700 Union Street Seattle WA 98101. Tickets: $20 General Admission; $35 VIP. Visit www.acttheatre.org or call 206-292-7676 or with ACTPass membership. NOTICE: 21 and over only.
Michael Cimino - Frank Colacurcio
Opal Peachey - Rose Marie Williams (AKA Madame Washington)
Mark Siano - Gil Conte
Ray Tagavilla - Chief of Police Ramon, Caliguri, and others
Joselynn Tokashiki Engstrom - Baby June
Kenna Kettrick - Lulu
Norah Elges - Zorita
Rachel Delmar - Sherrie
Colleen Gillon - Helga
Heidi Korndorffer - Cinnamon
Melanie Verna - Valentine
Katheryn Reed - Dixie
Dani Suder - Frances Colacurcio
Andrew Murray - Officer Larson and others
Devon Allen - Officer Hector and others
Troy Lund - Handsome Johnny Carbone and others
Hisam Goueli - Pizza Nick and others
WRITERS (Music, Book, & Lyrics): Mark Siano and Opal Peachey
DIRECTOR: Mark Siano
STAGE MANAGER: Noel Parkinson
MUSICAL DIRECTOR: John Kranz
SET DESIGN: Terry Podgorski
LIGHTING DESIGN: Robert Aguilar
CENTRAL HEATING LAB PRODUCER: Alyssa Byer
About The Central Heating Lab: Launched in 2007, The Central Heating Lab at ACT serves as an incubator and catalyst for new works. ACT cultivates, produces, and presents artists working in all performance genres and provides an artistic home for a variety of local performance groups and artists. Relationships develop daily with individual actors, performers and playwrights while established partnerships with groups such as the Azeotrope, The Seagull Project, 14/48, and Icicle Creek Theatre Festival grow and develop. New programs are added throughout the year. With year-round programming produced by The Central Heating Lab at ACT alongside ACT's Mainstage plays, ACT offers its patrons a unique opportunity to maximize their theatre experience-the ACTPass: all you can see for only $30 per month. ACTPass Members can attend nearly all ACT produced performances.