Red Rover Theater Company presents PATRIMONY in May
What happens when a troubled teenager asks his imaginary childhood friend for help? Even if this creature could be located, what help could it offer?
Patrimony, a play whose secrets seem to never end, opens in a week for just eight performances. This new work was written by award-winning Seattle playwright Duane Kelly, author of eleven complete plays, including Escorting Tom, Inquiry Concerning Hereafter and Visiting Cezanne. The last two will be produced in August at the Edinburgh Fringe, the world’s largest theater festival.
Patrimony’s stellar cast, focused on last month’s rehearsals, can’t wait to perform in front of our live audiences.
Director: Alma Davenport
With: Foster Nix (Eli York), Anthony Floyd (Elbert), Alba Davenport (Samantha York), Jeremy Moller (Jack Armstrong)
Design and production: Jeremy Hollis, Scenic; Sam Reid-McKee, lighting; Johanna Melamed, Sound; Fawn Bartlett, Costumes; Brandon Eller, stage manager
Performances take place from May 5 to 14, 2022
Where: 18th & Union Arts Space, 1406 18th Ave., Seattle 98122
Tickets: $43 to $10. Available online at Brown Paper Tickets and at the door (subject to availability).