The Secret and Impossible League of the Noösphere, Dec. 1 - 16
It's been a while since my last post, and I'm excited so say there are some super things in the works that I can't wait to share with the world. Definitely at the top of that list is this next show; if you love American history, science history, science fiction, historical fiction, steampunk, fantastical adventure stories, or just good ol' fashioned live entertainment, this show is absolutely for you.
This first episode in a brand-new science fiction series follows the adventures of a secret league of extraordinary people with access to a sphere of reality that grows with the power of human cognition, and who must team up with the world's first female detective to save Abraham Lincoln and possibly the world. Taken from actual historical events and featuring a cast of real historical people, this show has more than enough nerdery to satisfy even the geekiest among us. I play Ada Lovelace (1815-1852), an English mathematician and writer best known for her collaboration with Charles Babbage on his proposed Analytical Engine and widely considered to be the first computer programmer. So yeah, it doesn't get much better than that.
When: Dec. 1-16th, Thursday-Saturday + Mondays at 8:00pm (plus a PWYC Preview on Nov. 30th)
Where: Theater Off Jackson - 409 7th Ave. S. in Seattle's International District
Price (in advance): $20 General | $15 Student/Senior/Military/TPS | $5 18 and under
Price (at the door): $25 General | $18 Student/Senior/Military/TPS | $5 18 and under
Price (specials): $12 tickets if purchased by Nov. 15th with code: "get the worm" | pay-what-you-can on Nov. 30th (preview) and all Monday performances
How to purchase: https://silon.brownpapertickets.com/