This Show is About Progress
An original play by Carol Louise Thompson
Sept 12–28, 8 pm
$5–$50; ticket info here
How does a city Progress past the loss of the thing that seemingly made it what it was? How does a family? A sister and brother grapple with each other through the loss of their mother and the impending sale of their childhood home. The story of the changing Seattle skyline told through the lens of family and self-discovery. The infinite nature of the space of the mind, the penchant toward fantasy in the space of the home, the seemingly endless possibilities of the space of the city, all of these play a part in this original play by Carol Louise Thompson. What do we do with the space we have? What do we do with what Progress leaves us? Directed by Julia Griffin. Set & Props by Robin Macartney. Lighting by Carolina Johnson. Sound by Evan Mosher. Costumes by Micheal Notestine. Featuring: Carol Louise Thompson, James Schilling, Monika Elmont, Adé A Cônnére.