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Category Archives: odd duck studio
This Week At Eclectic Theater: The Sunflower Sisters! Coming Next Week: Not Too Late With El Sanchez!
The Sunflower Sisters by John Ruoff August 31-October 1, 2017 “The world premiere of John Ruoff’s drama of three Irish American sisters running a potato farm in 1935 Snake River Valley, Idaho, up against the bank, a blighted crop, and the … Continue reading
This week Eclectic Theater presents a mini-fringe festival featuring international, national and local performers! A Day In The Life of Miss Hiccup with Le Frenchword Thursday, February 14 at 8pm A new kind of mad performance art! The mysterious Miss Hiccup … Continue reading
‘Look Up in the Sky’ and Seattle True Independent Film Festival will be toasting to the future of film in Seattle! Catch an afternoon of trailers and short films produced by local filmmakers which feature cast and crew from ‘Look … Continue reading
Eclectic Comedy Open Mic produced by Eclectic Theater, dedicated to Stand-Up, Sketch and Improv Comedy. All levels welcome! Sign-up is 30 minutes before the show. At Eclectic Theater, 1214 10th Ave, Seattle. Tonight at 7:30pm. Hosted by Rik Deskin!
SAG-AFTRA SEATTLE LOCAL PRESENTS: NARRATING FOR A LIVING: HOW TO WORK IN AUDIO BOOKS SAG-AFTRA has added a new and exciting opportunity for you to learn all about narration work for audio books! Are you an audio book narrator? Interested … Continue reading
Laramie–Equal Rights (Seattle Premiere) by Leonard D. Goodisman Join us at the Odd Duck Studio for a tale of women’s history in the west. Laramie–Equal Rights by Leonard D. Goodisman is a stimulating play about 1868 Laramie, Wyoming. A lawless, dangerous … Continue reading
Tickets are on sale now! Click HERE to purchase individual tickets or All-Festival Passes. September 19-23: Seattle Fringe Festival 2012 After almost a decade dark, the Seattle Fringe Festival returns to Capitol Hill. Featuring an eclectic mix of artists, Seattle Fringe Festival’s … Continue reading