Albatross Theatre Lab proudly presents its inaugural production: Richard Greenberg’s Three Days of Rain, directed by Simon Irving.
Three Days of Rain is set in New York City, 1995, as Walker Janeway and his sister Nan reunite with their childhood friend Pip to read the will of their inscrutable father, famed architect Ned Janeway. After a shocking bequeathing of assets, long-hidden secrets and repressed memories are unearthed as the three attempt to make sense of their parents’ inexplicable lives. Act two finds the same three actors portraying their parents in 1960, where a creative dilemma and romantic entanglements are revealed that none of their children could have imagined.
Three Days of Rain is directed by Simon Irving, featuring Sam Harris, Noelle McCabe, and Zach Sanders, with designs by Michael Chinn (lighting), Madison Gordon (costumes), and Kyna Shilling (set and properties).
September 28-October 6, 2018
September 28, 29, and October 1, 4, 5, & 6 at 8pm
September 30 at 2pm
The Slate Theater: 815 Seattle Blvd S, inside the Inscape Arts Building (The Old Immigration and Assay Building). The Slate Theater is ADA compliant.
$20 Standard Admission
$15 Military, Students (with valid student ID), Youth 25 and under, and Industry (with ID: TPS/AEA/IATSE/LMDA)
There will be a Pay What You Can performance on Monday, October 1. Tickets for this performance are available for a $5 minimum online, and any amount at the door.
Produced in partnership with Penguin Productions. Penguin Productions is powered by Shunpike.
ABOUT ALBATROSS THEATRE LAB
Albatross Theatre Lab provides early-career theatre artists with a space to both cultivate and showcase their unique artistic visions. Building from a strong community base, Albatross highlights the exciting, imaginative work being produced by emerging artists in the Seattle theatre community, while also encouraging these artists to experiment, grow, and develop their own creative voices. Albatross was founded by a small group of former members of The Bathhouse Ensemble (BE) and signals an evolution of BE and a step toward the future.
ABOUT CO-PRODUCING PARTNER PENGUIN PRODUCTIONS
Penguin Productions engages, empowers, and creates artists. Through theatre, they nurture creativity, passion, and empathy. Penguin believes people of all ages and experience levels can be theatre artists, and that their work expands capacity for personal and communal engagement. Penguin Productions is powered by Shunpike. About Shunpike: Shunpike is the 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that provides independent arts groups in Washington State with the services, resources, and opportunities they need to forge their own paths to sustainable success.