ONE SLIGHT HITCH, Pinter Festival, Russian Readings and More Set for Summer 2012 at ACT
A Contemporary Theatre's Mainstage switches from the farcical marriage comedy of Lewis Black's One Slight Hitch to the dark and haunting humor of Harold Pinter. The Hansberry Project also brings to the stage Seattle's second Multicultural Playwrights Festival. The Seagull Project presents their first in a series of Russian readings with The Great Soul of Russia, and in The Construction Zone, ACT will feature Steven Dietz and his new play, A Year Without Summer.
The following events take place in July 2012, are on sale now at www.acttheatre.org or (206) 292-7676. Listed events are available with the ACTPass – ACT's monthly membership of just $25 per month:
- Pinter Festival, Multiple ACT spaces
- One Slight Hitch, Falls Theatre
- Represent! A Multicultural Playwrights Festival, Multiple ACT spaces
- Construction Zone Eulalie Scandiuzzi Space
- The Great Soul of Russia Eulalie Scandiuzzi Space
Located in the heart of downtown Seattle and serving a population of curious, open-minded, and brave audiences, ACT - A Contemporary Theatre is the only theatre in Seattle dedicated to producing contemporary work with promising playwrights and local performing artists since 1965. A theatre of new ideas, ACT serves as a cultural engine that makes plays, dance, music, and film that touch us through its annual Mainstage play series and new works generated from the Young Playwrights Program, The Hansberry Project, the Central Heating Lab, and New Works for the American Stage commissioning program. Because contemporary life demands examination, ACT is driven to inspire and strengthen our diverse community through works that advance our understanding of human life. With more than 120,000 people who attend shows annually, ACT is an interactive community where artists and the public witness, contemplate, and engage in dialogue on today's thought-provoking issues, ideas and art, presented with intelligence, insight, and humor.