Sun, Oct 27 | The Auditorium

Penguin Productions presents: Paula 101

Paula, an art history doctoral candidate, wants the world to know about the artist Paula Modersohn Becker, the first woman to paint herself nude. Be the first audience for a staged reading of a brand-new play "Paula 101" written by local playwright Pamela Hobart Carter, and directed by Peggy Gannon.
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Penguin Productions presents: Paula 101

Time & Location

Oct 27, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
The Auditorium, 5031 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105, USA

About the Event

Ticketing: Our Pay-What-You-Can model allows our events to be more accessible to the 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 550 lbs. Call UHeights staff for assistance at: (206) 235-8567 

Paula, an art history doctoral candidate, wants the world to know about the artist Paula Modersohn Becker, the first woman to paint herself nude. So she reinvents Art History 101 into "Paula 101". 

 

Penguin Productions is proud to present a workshop of a brand-new play by a local woman playwright!

Paula 101, by Pamela Hobart Carter

Directed by Peggy Gannon

Sunday, October 27 7pm @UHeights Auditorium

Pay-What-You-Can

Produced in partnership with the UHeights Theater Alliance

Special Thanks to Rain City Projects for connecting the playwright with the producer!

The Play: Paula 101

Paula, an art history doctoral candidate, wants the world to know about the artist Paula Modersohn Becker, the first woman to paint herself nude. So she reinvents Art History 101 into "Paula 101" to revolve around the early German Expressionist. But when her department forbids her to teach the course, and her friend Gina and her husband Martin warn against it, Paula resolves to upset the academic norms secretly with her conception of art history.

The Playwright: Pamela Hobart Carter is a playwright, poet, prose writer, and teacher who has lived more than half her life in Seattle, Washington. She grew up in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, as a landed immigrant. Her plays have been produced and read at various Seattle venues, in Montreal, and in Fort Worth. Her full-length script, Rondo, made The Icicle Creek New Play Festival final 20. She has written 6 short books in easy English published by No Talking Dogs Press. Her words have appeared in Barrow Street, The Seattle Star, The Seattle Times, and Teaching Young Children, among other publications. Summers, she hikes in the Cascades. Winters, she skis in them. 

"Some of the questions in my writing: What makes a person creative?Why are our brains different?Do our memories define us?"

Come by a little early for the play and also enjoy Art Hub! What better time to interact with artists than right before a play about art & artists? Come to Art Hub from 5-7, engage with visual artists, jewelry makers & clothing creators before the show.  

Playwright Pam herself is an artist and will be tabling her artwork at Art Hub along with other artists from the UHeights Artist Collective!

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