Infinite Expectation Of The Dawn [Fringe Explosion]

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[Performances at the Pocket are $10 online and $14 at the door. Online sales close 4pm day of show.]

Human rights are inalienable, unassailable, unquestionable. But sometimes, we sacrifice our rights for a greater good.

November 6th @ 7pm & November 15th 6:30pm
http://bit.ly/inexpec

Show Description -
Human rights are inalienable, unassailable, unquestionable. But sometimes, we sacrifice our rights for a greater good. Set in the dystopian world after the United States suffers Civil War II, “Infinite Expectation of the Dawn” weaves the stories of Joan and Alicia, two perspectives from a country burdened with fear, who both made personal sacrifices to create their ideal reality.

“We must learn to reawaken and keep ourselves awake, not by mechanical means, but by an infinite expectation of the dawn, which does not forsake us even in our soundest sleep.” Henry David Thoreau.

Featuring -
L. Nicol Cabe (performer/writer);
Gwyddon Z (sound design);
Brandon Bunche (poster design)

Producer bio -
L. Nicol Cabe focuses on new, locally-written theatre and believes in the amazing talent collected in Seattle. She has participated in Director’s Lab West 2014, and has worked with such wonderful Seattle theatre companies as Annex Theatre, Live Girls! Theatre, Taproot Theatre Company, and Ear to the Ground. She has also worked on shows with Cornish College of the Arts, Theater Schmeater, and Work It Productions’ Shakespeare on the Troll. Her one-woman show, “best-of-craigslist: Live!” went to the Portland Mini-Fringe Festival in 2011, and if you buy her a margarita, she might talk about her very first solo performance, “Sockpuppet MacBeth.”
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By: The Pocket Theater

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