NPA MONTHLY READING SERIES PRESENTS
NPA is proud to present as part of it's reading series WWU's production of SOAPBOX, a devised piece.
Tuesday May 14th starting at 7pm, in the Poncho room at Seattle Rep.
THIS SHOW IS FREE! Donations are accepted at the door!
This show is also running in Bellingham on
Starting with a course in September, twenty-four students bravely leapt into the unknown and spent this year researching, creating, developing, rehearsing, and finally performing Soapbox for you this May. Created for later college-aged audiences, the piece asks, “how will you balance time and money; technology and relationships; and living for yourself or helping others, during your individual pursuit of happiness?” With original dance, song, characters both realistic and theatrical, and moments both comedic and dramatic, audiences will be entertained as they explore this deeply personal question.
Soapbox is the next devised work (collaboratively created) directed by Professor Rich Brown, who received the 2012 Kennedy Center’s American College Theatre Festival’s National Award for Outstanding Lead Deviser/Director of a Devised Piece for WWU’s production of US.