Josh Kenji

 
 
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CHRISTMAS CAROL

As MEN'S UNDERSTUY

Adapted by Gregory A. Falls
Directed by Emily Penick

"Join us for a Seattle tradition: a ripping good telling of the classic story of Ebenezer Scrooge, the curmudgeonly businessman who requires the intervention of a few spectral guides to understand the true meaning of Christmas and life. Well over a century after its writing, Dickens' classic tale of hope and redemption continues to remind us what's really worth celebrating at the holidays, or any time!"

 

November 24th - December 28th

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Ryan Warner Photography

 
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RECENT

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PLEASE OPEN YOUR MOUTH

Thu. July 6th - Mon. July 10th

Appeared as Danny-Boy

Written by Joanna Garner
Directed by Norah Elges Schneyer

 

"Tonight, the charismatic Host and controlling Chef celebrate the anniversary of the club and their relationship with a series of particularly unexpected dinner courses. An immersive theatrical dining experience like we've never done before. Come hungry."

Café Nordo

photocred: Ryan Warner Photography

 

NADESHIKO

Thu. April 13th - Sun. May 7th

Appeared as Toshio

Written by Keiko Green
Directed by Kaytlin McIntyre

 

"NADESHIKO follows the story of two women: A young woman in Japan during World War II takes on the role of caregiver to soldiers soon flying to their deaths. In 2016, Risa takes on a peculiar gig from Craigslist in order to pay her rent. As personal and sexual boundaries blur, the stories of two generations of women intersect in this discovery of power within idealized Asian beauty."

Sound Theatre Company

CENTER THEATRE @ SEATTLE CENTER ARMORY

 
 

MAPLE AND VINE

Tue. 17 Jan - Sun. 29 Jan 2017

Appeared as Ryu Nakata

Written by Jordan Harrison
Directed by Sean Ryan

 

"Katha and Ryu have become allergic to their 21st-century lives. After they meet a charismatic man from a community of 1950s re-enactors, they forsake cell phones and sushi for cigarettes and Tupperware parties. In this compulsively authentic world, Katha and Ryu are surprised by what their new neighbors—and they themselves—are willing to sacrifice for happiness."

 

UW School of Drama

FLOYD AND DOLORES JONES PLAYHOUSE