TREVOR By Nick Jones Opens March 8
Trevor is a MAP-flavored tragicomedy about family, the nature of love, and the lies we tell ourselves to avoid facing sad and terrible truths. At the center of this world are Trevor, an almost-famous chimpanzee, and his owner & "mom" Sandra. Trevor's getting older and more uncontrollable by the day, but Sandra knows Trevor would never hurt a fly ... not on purpose, anyway. A painfully funny satire exploring how flawed communication can lead to disaster.
Trevor is written by playwright and screenwriter Nick Jones, and directed by Julie Beckman. Starring Teri J. Lazzara as Sandra and Brandon Ryan as Trevor, the cast is completed with the acting talents of Michael D. Blum, Jesse Calixto, Danielle Daggerty, and Zenaida Rose Smith.
The Trevor design team includes Jessamyn Bateman-Iino (Props), Mario Gomez (Sound), Corinne Magin (Costumes), Robin Macartney (Scenic), and Levi Plumb (Lighting).
WHEN: March 8 - March 30, 2019: Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays @ 8:00PM.
- Plus Sunday, March 17 @ 7:00 PM.
WHERE: 18th & Union, an arts space - 1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122
To purchase online and for more information, visit https://bit.ly/maps-trevor. Tickets to MAP shows are always Name-Your-Own-Price, with no service fees.
MAP Theatre is a nomadic, independent and not-for-profit producing company with deep roots in Seattle. We favor comedy that bites, and storytelling with a strong narrative. MAP actively champions a completely Name-Your-Own-Price ticketing model, with no service fees.