Thursday, March 3, 2011

See some smut @ Spin The Bottle - 3/4/11

Audiences of all shapes and sizes are entertained monthly by Annex Theatre’s late-night variety show, Spin the Bottle! The next chance to see it is March 4th!

This month’s edition of Spin the Bottle features, in no particular order:

>> The elegantly absurd songs of DAN HAMANN!
>> The impish comedy stylings of BARBARA HOLM!
>> Your worst date reinterpreted in felt by PUPPET THIS!
>> Sardonic storytelling from DARTANION LONDON!
>> A sweet song from GUDE/LAURANCE!
>> Sideways smut from KELLEEN CONWAY BLANCHARD!
…and more, more, more!

With that tall drink of water, our host BRUCE HALL!

Curated by Annex Theatre’s former Artistic Director Bret Fetzer, Spin the Bottle – featuring theater, music, dance, spoken word, film, and whatever else we can find.

Buy tickets: Brown Paper Tickets

HAM on the TV.

Hearts Are Monsters will be featured on Art Zone with Nancy Guppy!! Show airs tomorrow night (Friday March 3rd) at 8:00 and several times after that. Stream online anytime after it airs!!Seattle Channel Show: Art Zone with Nancy Guppy

Hearts Are Monsters Remount

Hearts Are Monsters is back by popular demand! In case you missed it the first time or you want to see it again, here's your chance.

FEATURING THE ENTIRE ORIGINAL CAST: Karen Heaven, Joey Gilmore, Erin Pike, Erin Stewart, and James Weidman and directed by Bret Fetzer.

Friday, March 4th @ 8pm
Saturday, March 5th @ 8pm
Friday, March 11th @ 8pm
Saturday, March 12th @ 8pm
Friday, March 18th @ 8pm
Saturday, March 19th @ 8pm
Monday, March 21st @ 8pm
Friday, March 25th @ 8pm
Saturday, March 26th @ 8pm

@ Theater Off Jackson
Tickets available at;

"...Kelleen Conway Blanchard's world-premiere script bristles with dense, dirty intelligence, and the jokes come
thick and fast." --The Stranger

"Each actor dives headfirst into the role, over the top and down the rabbit hole of strangeness." --Seattle Gay News

What would you do if your murdered father's ghost asked you to seek revenge? If if you were a brilliant but awkward 16-yr-old girl with a colony of naked mole rats in your bedroom? If the boy you adored wrote songs about pilgrims and couldn't remember your name? If your twin sister was a debauched former child star? If your boozing mother clung to her memories of tropical trysts? The answers can be found in Kelleen Conway Blanchard's HEARTS ARE MONSTERS.