JILLIAN VASHRO & SYDNEY ANDREWS IN UNDO AT ANNEX THEATRE, 2013 / PHOTO BY IAN JOHNSTON

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JILLIAN VASHRO & SYDNEY ANDREWS IN UNDO AT ANNEX THEATRE, 2013 / PHOTO BY IAN JOHNSTON

JILLIAN VASHRO & SYDNEY ANDREWS IN UNDO AT ANNEX THEATRE, 2013 / PHOTO BY IAN JOHNSTON

UNDO

"The premise is so simple and brilliant—what if a divorce were a public event precisely like your wedding, with guests and presents and an officiant and tons of booze?—that it threatens to overpower the show itself. But Arsenault’s sharp wit and ear for honest dialogue, which focuses on realistically mundane details and then telescopes to huge family drama, makes the concept work beautifully. Bring someone to talk it over with after; you’ll surely want to." - The Stranger Suggests

Full-length
7 women, 3 men, 1 child (non-speaking)

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MI KANG, JOCELYN MAHER, AND NICK EDWARDS IN THE GREAT INCONVENIENCE AT ANNEX THEATRE, 2018 / PHOTO BY IAN JOHNSTON

MI KANG, JOCELYN MAHER, AND NICK EDWARDS IN THE GREAT INCONVENIENCE AT ANNEX THEATRE, 2018 / PHOTO BY IAN JOHNSTON

THE GREAT INCONVENIENCE

”Scary AF but also charming”
- Karen Hartman

Full-length
4 women, 1 man
Available for premiere

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IMAGE: Douglas Kirkland/CORBIS (not a production photo)

IMAGE: Douglas Kirkland/CORBIS (not a production photo)

THE MANOR

“The honesty and grace in this play is so lovely. What a wonderful look at aging, death, desire, and losing your mind.” - Kate Berry, Creede Repertory Theatre

Full-length
4 women, 2 men
Available for premiere

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  THE CUT    The Cut  is a story about loving and dying that asks us to consider how far we would go to save the person we most cherish from suffering.  Full length One woman, one trans man  Available for premiere    More about The Cut

THE CUT

The Cut is a story about loving and dying that asks us to consider how far we would go to save the person we most cherish from suffering.

Full length
One woman, one trans man
Available for premiere

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Amelie Whitesell as Gertie in the Seattle Children's Theatre Drama School production of Marvelous, August, 2014.

Amelie Whitesell as Gertie in the Seattle Children's Theatre Drama School production of Marvelous, August, 2014.

MARVELOUS

Marvelous is an adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen set in a traveling, depression-era circus. In it, Gertie goes on a quest to rescue her best friend, Kai “The Boy Wonder,” has a bunch of adventures, and learns that there's more than one way to be special, and that even the most "unmagical" of us can make a difference in the world.

Full length, theatre for young audiences

Version for child performers: Up to 16 actors, 1 male, 1 female, 1 non-binary, 13 flexible
Version for adult performers: 3 men, 3 women (flexible)

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