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Wolves Cast and some Crew Q&A! From right to left: Jake Thomas Lemberg (Director), Willy Picton (Actor), Colin Kolbus (Actor), Ashley Lobao (Actor), Grecia Leal (Asistant Director), Leiya Lacey (Stage Manager), Andrew Curtiss Forrest (Actor), and Brian Dang (Lighting Design Assistant)
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Andrew Curtiss Forrest
· April 18, 2017
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Impulsive. Caring. Passionate.

Meet Willy Picton as Sloan in Untitled Perversion No. 3!

Why should people come see this production?

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"People should see this production because it is important for theatre consumers to be pushed out of their comfort zone once in awhile, and this show does just that."

What is one thing you've learned through being part of this production?

"Being a part of a production with such a small cast size has taught me about the importance of building chemistry between characters, your scene partner equating to your only ally in an all out war."

Catharsis opens this Thursday! Make sure to get your tickets at bit.ly/utscatharsis

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Strong. Hardworking. Diplomatic.

Meet Ellie Mondloch as Whitney in Only the Moon Howls.

What is your favorite moment from this rehearsal process?

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My favorite moment from this rehearsal process was the day that the casts of Untitled Perversion No.3 and Only the Moon Howls rehearsed together for the first time. Seeing the hard work and how different, but independently strong the two shows were was both beautiful and fascinating.

What is one thing you've learned through being part of this production?

I have learned how to find strength in vulnerability. Whitney is a complex, but very real character who goes through a lot of life change over the course of 40 minutes. Being vulnerable isn’t a bad thing; it allows to connect with one another on an honest, raw level. Whitney has been a hugely rewarding challenge for me as an actor.

Catharsis opens in less than a week! Get your tickets soon at bit.ly/utscatharsis

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Devoted. Haunted. Resilient.

Meet Alicia Crowley as Robbie in Untitled Perversion No. 3

What is your favorite moment from this rehearsal process?

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"The highlight of this rehearsal process has been getting to know everyone involved. I am new to UW, and this first experience with UTS has been a wonderful, exciting way to dive in. Everyone has welcomed me with kindness, support, and humor, and after working with this team I feel like a part of the School of Drama."

Why should people come see this production?

"There is an incredibly relatable, human quality to this show. The material dealt with is raw and honest, and holds some compelling, if painful, surprises."

Catharsis opens in a week! Get your tickets at bit.ly/utscatharsis

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You do not want to miss our sound design workshop with Brian Dang! Brian has designed for UW SoD and Sound Theatre amongst others! The workshop is tomorrow Wednesday the 21st!! Sign ups in Hutch!

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We're only a week and a half away from the premiere of Catharsis: A Night of One Acts! Make sure you get your tickets soon at bit.ly/utscatharsis

Stay tuned in the next couple of days to meet the cast and production team!

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Catharsis: A Night of One Acts by Dean Bruggeman
Only the Moon Howls and Untitled Perversion No. 3
Directed by Jake Lemberg

March 1-4, 7-11 @ 7:30 pm...
Tickets: bit.ly/uwcatharsis

Catharsis: A Night of One Acts takes us on a journey of love, loss, and destruction. Robbie and Whitney are two women who are thrust into tumultuous circumstances and must deal with the consequences of their past. With time running out, they grapple with their lives. Robbie must decide whether her past will dictate her future, and Whitney will do all that she can to stop her ending from happening. Catharsis explores how we relate to each other, and what comes out when we bare the darkest parts of our souls.


Cast:
Only the Moon Howls:

Eli Gallagher
Ellie Mondloch
Rana Sadhan
Anna-Noelle Kassing
Pearl Lam
Sydney Payne

Untitled Perversion No. 3
Alicia Crowley
Willy Picton

Production Team:
Jake Lemburg - Director
Olivia Hagan - Assistant Director
Katrin Hosseini - Assistant Director
Alex Seta - Stage Manager
Cameron Dohrman -Assistant Stage Manager
Cam Hill - Set Designer for Untitled Perversion No. 3/Costume Designer
Michael Dugan - Set Designer for Only the Moon Howls/Master Carpenter of Untitled Perversion No. 3
Andre Zaborac - Assistant Costume
Abigail Sloan - Sound
Connie Wang - Assistant Sound
Sam Jones - Lighting Director/Technical Director
David Carli-Arnold - Projection
Javier Navarro - Propsmaster


UTS TICKET POLICY
Tickets are available starting at $5.
In-person ticket sales begins at 6:30 PM (1 hour before the show)
For directions, complete ticket policy, and disability accommodations visit the ticket sales link here: bit.ly/fortinbras

Please note that online ticket sales end 12 hours before the performance begins, that doors lock promptly at 7:30 and that any unclaimed tickets at the time will be released to patrons on our waiting list for that night's performance.


Address: University of Washington, Hutchinson Hall
Hutchinson Hall, 4276 E Stevens Way NE, Seattle, WA 98195
You can also use the UW Campus Map to navigate Hutchinson Hall easier.

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Happy opening 12 Ophelias!!! ❤️ Catharsis

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Meet the Pacoon Sunrise team!

Ahnika Klimper as Cpt. Trudy
Shahbaz Khan as Anoosh
Elizabeth Alvarado as Janoosh...
Rina Ishino as Madam Moth/Maj. Shoemaker

Tonight is the last chance to see The New Works Festival at 7:30 in the Cab at Hutch followed by a talkback! $5 tickets!

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Undergraduate Theater Society shared their eventcelebrating young artists.

Come celebrate at our Opening Night Party for the annual New Works Festival!

Festivities will begin at 7:00pm with decorations, a red carpet, and a photo backdrop prior to the show. The performance will be followed by a talkback in the Cab featuring, cast, playwrights, and directors. Then we will culminate the celebration with bubbly cider, treats, and mingling in the Undergraduate Lounge!

Fancy dress is encouraged but by no means mandatory.

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Meet the cast and directing team of Bye!

Kimberly Fenn as Jan!
Mmeziemchi Okemgbo as Kenzie Jones Jr.!
Harry Barng as Little David!...
Megan Carleton as Pastor Leah!
Emily Oomen as Waiter!

Directed by Anna Burke and assistant directed by Ran Ran Wang!

Come see Bye in the New Works Festival THIS weekend in the Cabaret Theatre in Hutch! $5 tickets!

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Meet the cast and directing team of Campfire Stories!

Tyler Bonnell as Tiger, Nicole Lobkov as Gabriella and Heather Zender as Haylee.
Directed by Kate Luken Raz and assistant directed by Clare Kendall!

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Campfire Stories opens as part of the New Works Festival this weekend in the Cabaret Theatre! February 2-4 at 7:30. Tickets are $5!!

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Meet Edward Kuznetsov, the writer of Pacoon Sunrise!

What inspired you to write this play?
"Inspiration is a fickle pickle. I just found myself being challenged constantly to validate myself as an artist. From the application to the first meeting with my directors, I set out to create what I wanted, how I wanted to create it. It was the most intense and deeply personal project I've ever attempted. As for outright inspiration, there's nothing like Shirley Temples and being in ...a loving and supportive relationship. Also cats."

What does theatre mean to you?
"Art, but specifically any performing art, is the antithesis to the constraints and demands of society. Art is the ultimate expression of truth. It will always be for everyone. Six foot purple raccoons included."

Why should people come see this show?
"Three strong, complex and nuanced female leads, gunfights, camping, and bittersweet farewells. It's gonna be one hell of a floorshow."

What this play means to you and the experience of your work getting produced?
"My work is the result of constant self-reflection and ridicule. I have to be extremely mindful of what I create. It's like training a cat to protek, not attek. The cat already knows. You just have to convince it. This play started as an argument with an online chat-bot. It told me that there was no way I could write a play with all of these elements. I countered with "love of each them so much!" It said I would fail. It was wrong. I am deeply passionate about every aspect of the creative process. No detail is overlooked, from the color of the pacoons, to the caliber of Trudy's rifle. This play has blessed with such a dedicated, hard-working and courageous production team. We assembled the most diverse, talented and kick-ass cast in the history of UTS. I am truly humbled to be part of this vision."

What the opportunity to write for New Work is like?
"It's like when you get a "True Jedi" in Lego Star Wars."

Tell our readers a little bit about yourself.
"I have 3 cats, Julia, Kooska and Choco Chip. They are my goals and dreams."

To see a staged reading of Edward's Pacoon Sunrise, come to New Works February 2-4!

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Meet Abigail Uy Sloan, the writer of Campfire Stories!

What inspired you in the process of writing this play?
"I was really inspired by the ways in which memories are fabricated, obscured, and transformed as people grow-up and come into different ways of understanding their realities."

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What does theatre mean to you?
"Theatre is one of the few places I know of where, even if only for a couple of hours or so, everyone in the room is truly present. That to me is an amazing thing in and of itself."

Why should people come see this show?
"I hope that in some way, the story will resonate with some of the audience!"

What this play means to you and the experience of your work getting produced?
"I’m really excited that I have had this opportunity to see my writing come to life, becoming a story that belongs to more than only me. It’s amazing that after spending months with this story, it has grown to become less singular and more of a shared experience."

What the opportunity to write for New Work is like?
"Knowing that I have the support of other writers as well as UTS as a whole has made this experience so enriching. I loved being able to see other writer’s works go from the first drafts to what all of you will see on stage."

Tell our readers a little bit about yourself.
"I am a senior this year, graduating in Sociology! After I graduate I hope to travel for a good bit and eventually be able to continue writing pieces for both the stage and screen."

Come see Abigail's Campfire Stories in the Cab on February 2nd-4th! Tickets are $5!

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