A Series of Small Cataclysms
A new work by Jen Smith Anderson & Carolynne Wilcox
directed by Ralph Fontaine
**Due to COVID 19 concerns, we have closed our show. **
Who: Mythodical Ensemble, featuring the talents of Machelle Allman, Jen Smith Anderson, Stacey Bush, Kim Douthit, Ralph Fontaine, Chris Frickland, Rebecca Goldberg, Adem Hayyu, Jacob Kennelly, Kirsten McCory, Melanee Nelson, Brandon Scalf, Christine Shaw, Jessica Stepka, Tim Tribble, Carolynne Wilcox and Keegan Wredin
It is the year 2121, and the Earth has weathered through the slow, gradual domino effects of climate change disaster - population has been drastically reduced. Four middle-aged sisters gather at the deathbed of their controlling mother. Things take a darker turn when mother collapses and an unearthly visitor is a harbinger of things to come as they discover there are greater, more chaotic forces at work in the universe in which they surprisingly play a role, in this post-apocalyptic, family-oriented drama where gods walk the earth with disconcerting agendas. But time is happening concurrently, and while the past informs the future, the present can also inform the past. Can the world be saved from total annihilation? Or will humanity reap the final gifts of what we have sown?
Come experience this powerful and timely new work performed by a veteran cast of 9 women, using the conventions of Greek-style chorus, extreme physicality and pure ritual as we midwife the apocalypse into being...or not.
**Please note this performance features flashing lights, disturbing video images, artificial blood, and adult content. Not suitable for those under 15. **
**Due to the very intimate nature of this show, late seating will be at the discretion of the House Manager.
Late seating will only occur during moments in the show deemed safe for both the patron and the actors.
It may not be possible to accommodate all patrons who arrive late.**
Seattle Center Armory, TPS Theater 4 (View)
305 Harrison St
Seattle, WA 98109
|Minimum Age: 15|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|