Due to a hectic month and some unforeseen circumstances surrounding this project, I'm afraid I got this post out a little later than I'd like. But tonight we open a beautiful production of Three Days of Rain, a touching story about two generations of a family and the gulf between them. Act 1 takes the audiences to a dilapidated loft in New York in the 1990s, where a brother and sister have gathered together with a family friend for the reading of their late father's will. In Act 2, we are transported back to 1960, when the parents of the characters in Act 1 (played by the same actors) first set in motion the events that would change their families' lives forever. I have the great privilege of acting opposite my husband in this intimate three-person drama along with another good friend of ours, and I'm so proud of the work everyone has done to bring this story to life. I hope to see you there!
When: May 3-26, Thursday-Saturday (plus a PWYC performance on Wed. 5/9)
Where: State Theater, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia WA, 98501
Price: $35 general admission / $32 senior or military / $20 student or youth / $10 TPS
Purchase tickets: Click here