Dukesbay Productions Presents JAVA TACOMA Episode 7

Dukesbay Productions Presents JAVA TACOMA Episode 7

About once a year, something unique happens in Tacoma theatre. A situation-comedy for the stage about three life-long friends who meet every day at a Tacoma coffee house, will tickle our collective funny bone for a seventh time.

Jeri, Kate and Linda join forces once again to commit comic mayhem over at Tacoma's Perky's Coffee House. This time, the ladies find themselves dealing with an unscrupulous real estate investor over the ownership of the historic building that houses Perky's. Watch as the BFFs sing love songs to this business mogul in hopes that one of the ladies can buy the building from him.

But can they fight The Man without fighting each other? Loosely inspired by William Shakespeare's "King Lear," JAVA TACOMA is a celebration of friendship, middle-aged womanhood and All Things Tacoma.

JAVA TACOMA 7: Covfefe is For Closers is the seventh installment of an original soap opera/sit-com, presented by Dukesbay Productions. This theatrical serial is generously peppered with Tacoma (and Baby Boomer) humor. It is rated PG for occasional adult humor.

All tickets are $10, which includes coffee (naturally!), tea and an assortment of baked goods.

For tickets: http://javatacoma7.brownpapertickets.com

Dukesbay Productions was founded in 2011 by Tacoma theatre artists Randy Clark and Aya Hashiguchi Clark. Randy has been active in the Tacoma theatre scene as an actor and director since the 1970s. His work has been seen at Lakewood Playhouse, Tacoma Little Theatre and Theatre NW. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Tacoma Little Theatre. Aya has appeared at several Seattle/Tacoma theaters, including Tacoma Little Theatre, ReAct Theatre, SIS Productions, Renton Civic Theatre, Tacoma Musical Playhouse and Lakewood Playhouse, and served as producer for 8 plays and a Playwrights Festival for Burien Little Theatre.

Dukesbay Productions' mission is to promote independent theatre in Tacoma and to showcase the works of theatre artists of all ethnicities. Their company's website is located at: www.dukesbay.org.

Photo Credit: Jason Ganwich

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