Fri, Apr 26 | University Heights Center

Global Works presents: Hand in Hand

Based on Arthur Schnitzler's La Ronde (which satirized, and scandalized, Viennese society a hundred years ago), this musical explores a sexual/romantic daisy chain linking couples in a contemporary cityscape. Not suitable for audience members under 18.
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Global Works presents: Hand in Hand

Time & Location

Apr 26, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM
University Heights Center, 5031 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105, USA

About the Event

Ticketing: Our Pay-What-You-Can model allows our events to be accessible to the entire community! We have no minimum or maximum amount suggested, we simply ask you to pay what you can.

Accessibility: Wheelchair lift available at the SW entrance (off Brooklyn Ave).

Max capacity of 250 lbs. Call UHeights staff for assistance at: (206) 235-8567

Join us on April 26th for "Hand in Hand", a musical based on Arthur Schnitzler's La Ronde (which satirized, and scandalized, Viennese society a hundred years ago) that explores a sexual/romantic daisy chain linking couples in a contemporary cityscape.

People are fascinated with people: different classes, different types. We explore twelve characters, and how they present contradictory facets of their personality with different partners. Each of the twelve zodiac signs is represented, but an audience member who has no interest in astrology can enjoy the scenes and songs on their own merit.

Book and Lyrics by K. C. Brown (Claire)

Music by Bob De Dea

A native of Vancouver, B.C., Claire has been making up stories and acting them out since she was old enough to talk. These twin passions led to a BA in Theatre and English at Yale, and an MFA in Directing at UBC. Under the professional name Claire Vardiel, she has acted on stage, screen and radio, and is a member of Actors Equity, Screen Actors Guild-AFTRA, UBCP and ACTRA. Claire’s Sherlock Holmes play about a mystery in the personal life of the great detective, Sherlock’s Veiled Secret, is published by Dramatists Play Service. Her Golem and The Realm of Whispering Ghosts: If Truman Met Einstein both received premieres at the Bathhouse Theatre in Seattle. Her Rip! (A Winkle in Time) was premiered by Axis Theatre in Vancouver, exploring a classic tale in a physical theater romp. www.normandypress.net

Bob De Dea is a writer, composer, actor, singer, and director whose work is well known among Seattle theatergoers.

As a playwright, Bob’s creations include, in collaboration with Mark Sparks, Ya Got Trouble! An Affair with Robert Preston (book), which has been produced by the Village Theatre, Bellevue Civic Theatre, and TAG; and My Fourth Divorce (book, music, lyrics) an eight-person musical comedy which debuted in May 2003 at a Burien Live Theatre. On his own he has written a musical version of Robin Hood; the musical murder mystery Ashes to Ashes; the musical Let Me Be Frank: The Frank Sinatra Story; four holiday reviews; several one-acts and short plays; and Some Distant Day, a full-length drama. Bob also performs his original music in house concerts from coast to coast and with his band Schrödinger's Cats, which will be performing at The Auditorium on May 24. He is a proud member of The Dramatists Guild of America.

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