2009

 

You are invited to overhear confidential conversations during the last days of a galactic empire, as conflict over precious resources brings war, betrayal, and the choice between future and catastrophe.

 

A play for listening and watching by Edward Mast, very like and very unlike the novel by Frank Herbert, directed as a performance reading by Robert Leigh.  

 

This full-length performance will not take place in a theater.  The audience will move through several locations and will use some stairs.  (We apologize for lack of wheelchair access to one of the locations.)  All the environments will be indoors and will have seating available.

 

This is not a public event, but an invitational performance.  No money will change hands in any direction.  No admission or donation will be requested. 

 

Because of the intimate nature of the event, audience size will be extremely limited.  ONLY A SMALL NUMBER OF PEOPLE WILL BE ABLE TO SEE THIS PLAY.  If you'd like to be one of them, call or email and make a reservation right away.

 

DUNE

adapted by Edward Mast

from the novel by Frank Herbert

Directed by Robert Leigh

 

THREE NIGHTS ONLY:    

Thursday - Saturday      October 15 - 17, 2009

7:00 PM          

 

2011 1st Ave North

corner of 1st N. and Crockett, top of Queen Anne Hill, Seattle

first floor of Queen Anne Baptist Church - enter through triple doors on 1st N.

This full-length evening must begin promptly at 7 pm.  Parking can be challenging on Queen Anne, 

and we may not be able to accommodate latecomers, so please allow extra time.

 

FREE admission but SEATING IS LIMITED 

CALL OR EMAIL FOR RESERVATIONS:

(206) 774-6438         dune.theplay@gmail.com

Please leave your name, the date you want to attend, the number in your party and your contact phone and email.  You may consider your reservation confirmed unless we get back in touch.  We will not call or email unless there is a problem with your reservation. We cannot guarantee reservations made after 5 pm on performance days.

 

 

"On a planet that has no water, do they weep?"

 

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