Mechanics Of Love (Final Week)

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What do a ballerina with an artificial spine, a highly organized and fashionable wife, a mechanic who wants it all, and a man who forgets everything, all have in common? Love! Set in a mythical European city, this modern-day fairytale is a wonderfully wacky metaphor for love in all its magical, mystical glory. This romantic comedy offers audiences a kaleidoscopic journey alongside four quirky characters, as they try to figure out what love really means. But sometimes the only way to understand something is to forget what you know and follow what you feel.

SIS Productions presents this in partnership with and at the Theatre off Jackson, 409 7th Avenue South in Seattle's Chinatown/International District

October 21 - November 5, 2016
Wednesdays- Saturday at 7:30pm

Rated “PG-13” for situational themes.
Directed by David Hsieh
Mechanics of Love features: Manny Golez (October shows) or Laurence Hughes (November shows), Kathy Hsieh, Josh Kenji, and Mona Leach. Music is composed and performed by Lauren Wilder and choreographed by Audrey R. Fan. Scenic design is by Brandon Estrella, costume design by Miko Premo, lighting design by Emily Leong, and prop design by Celeste Mari Williams. Stage management provided by Marilyn Gonzalez with support by Mario Gomez. Additional musician - Van Lang Pham. Additional production support by Roger Tang, Rick Wong & Zheng Wang.

Industry Night: Wednesday, 11/2!
Discount Thursday on 11/3!

Special thanks to 4Culture King County Lodging Tax for their support of our 2016 season and to the Russell Family Foundation, ArtsWA and the National Endowment for the Arts for the support of our programs.
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By: SIS Productions

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