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Scapin by Moliere
Directed by Rob Raas-Bergquist
October 26 – November 11, 2012
Thursday – Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, November 11 at 2:00 p.m.
Industry Night on Monday, November 5 at 7:30 p.m.
Thursdays and Industry Night are Pay-What-You-Can

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From the mind of Rob Raas-Bergquist, director of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Ghost Light Theatricals opens its landmark 10th season with Scapin, an adaptation of Molière’s classic farce, in the style of commedia dell’arte—one of the oldest forms of improvised comedy in the world—as viewed through the lens of the late-70s punk rock revolution. Chaos ensues when the titular character (archetypal charlatan Scapin) is tasked with helping two young men marry their penniless lovers, and proves how quickly indeed a fool is parted with his money. Love, lies, laughter, and a live band, this promises to be one of our most fun shows yet! Anything could happen, never the same show twice, Scapin is not one to miss!

SCAPIN features the work of Mark DeJoy, Erin Dorn, Sam Duchin, Monica Finney, Lori Lee Haener, Justin Ison, Chris Martinez, Rochelle Morris, Andi Norris, Rob Raas-Bergquist, Paul Richter, Jackie Roberts, Travis Roderick, Jen Ross, Jessica Stepka. Dani Suder, Molly Tellers, and Dylan Twiner

Reviews: Drama in the Hood

Sam Duchin – Scapin
Monica Finney – Hyacintha
Lori Lee Haener – Geronte
Andi Norris – Zerbinette
Paul Richter – Leandre
Jen Ross – Carle/Nerine
Dani Suder – Argante
Molly Tellers – Silvestre
Dylan Twiner – Octave

Erin Dorn – Stage Manager
Justin Ison – Assistant Director
Chris Martinez – Fight Choreographer
Rochelle Morris – Costume Designer
Rob Raas-Bergquist – Director
Jackie Roberts – Scenic Design
Travis Roderick – Production Assistant
Jessica Stepka – Movement Director

Mark DeJoy – Vocals, Drums
Justin Ison – Guitar, Backing Vocals

Poster Design by Justin Ison

All songs (c) 2012 by Mark DeJoy



LAPDSMU: La Connexion Française by David van Wert

Directed by Collin Schreiber

Friday and Saturday at 10:30 p.m. November 2-10

The sequel to our hilarious Seattle Fringe Festival show, LAPDSMU: Reunited with a Vengeance! When Shepard & Kolwicki quickly solve a couple of cases, they think they’re on a roll. But is everything as simple as it seems, or are they being deceived by a master manipulator?

Tickets are only $5 and available exclusively at the door. Bring your program from Scapin to receive a free PBR or Rainier beer!