The Bathhouse Ensemble Presents "The Aliens"

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Evan, a seventeen-year-old college-bound misfit, meets Jasper and KJ, two lovable losers in their late twenties who write songs and discuss Bukowski on the back patio of a coffee shop in small-town Vermont. What follows is an intimate portrait of an unforgettable modern friendship tested by tragedy. Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Annie Baker deftly weaves together pathos and humor in a story that is painfully honest, awkwardly hilarious, and full of silent grace. The Seattle premiere of this play with songs will stay stuck in your head long after the final curtain call.

Performances (free; donations encouraged):
Friday, August 14 at 9:30 pm
Saturday, August 15 at 2:00
Sunday, August 16 at 7:00 pm

KJ - Elliott White
Jasper - Simon Irving
Evan - Leo Campbell-Klein

Director - Michael Joseph Hanely
Stage Manager - Xandria Barber
Assistant Stage Manager - Pam Pearce
Costumes & Props Design - Alex Helme
Technical Director & Production Manager - Kyna Shilling

Presented by the Bathhouse Ensemble at Seattle Public Theater.

The Bathhouse Ensemble is a collective of young, dedicated theater artists who are alumni of SPT's education program. They are committed to independently producing challenging plays that actively draw in audiences; being an actor’s studio for the continued training of the ensemble; fostering new works and new interpretations; and continually stretching their own capabilities and the minds of the audience and community.
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