Eaten Voices By Lavinia Roberts

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Leona, a plucky young woman, is trapped in night - a place of stories, song, dance, and mystery. As she journeys towards day she meets a variety of mystical characters inspired by myths spanning the globe. With an original score played live to accompany the ensemble, a multitude of handmade masks, and inventive storytelling, Eaten Voices is a poignant production for audiences of all ages.

The brainchild of New York playwright Lavinia Roberts, Los Angeles composer Ahmed Alabaca, and Seattle director Lily Raabe, Eaten Voices won “Best Play in Festival” at New York’s Thespis Theatre Festival in 2012 for its World Premiere. Since its first production the play has gone on to be performed at Dixon Place (NYC) and Goblin Baby Theatre Company (London, UK).


Experience Eaten Voices at historic Camp Long in West Seattle:

Aug 22, 8pm - Fire Circle
Aug 23, 12:15pm - The Pond
**In partnership with The Arts in Nature Festival**

Aug 29, 2pm - The Pond
Aug 30, 2pm - The Pond


The New Alchemists recommend a $20 individual donation or $50 family donation; however, we believe that ticket price should not stand in the way of accessible art.

Please note: The Arts in Nature festival requires an inexpensive entry fee if you choose to join us on opening weekend.

For more information and to make a tax-deductible donation, please visit:


Leona - Fortuna Gebresellassie
Moonchild - Adam Michael Canne
Moth - Alfonso Campos
Mother - Carrie Ivory
Raven - Nicole Merat
Ensemble - Emily Jo Testa
Ensemble - Tomoko Saito
Ensemble - Lindsey Porter


Playwright - Lavinia Roberts
Composer - Ahmed Alabaca
Director - Lily Raabe
Stage Manager - Kristie Dutra
Assistant Stage Manager - Lindsey Porter
Scenic Design - Brandon Estrella
Costume Design - Adam ZopfiAdam Zopfi Hulse
Mask Designers - Lavinia Roberts, Lily Raabe, Gina Grandi, Corinne Beardsley
Make-up Design - Lily Raabe
Graphic Designer - Cecilia Roberts Art
Photography - Issa Luckett with IssaLu Photography
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By: The New Alchemists

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