Fri, May 24 | University Heights Center

Schrödinger's Cats Benefit Concert!

Schrödinger's Cats is the brainchild of Bob De Dea, a writer, composer, actor, singer, director and goofball who decided to try to be cool. Bob writes in a variety of styles, from rock to pop to jazz to musical theatre to folk to country. Come open the door to Schrödinger's Cats!
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

May 24, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:15 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.

Schrödinger's Cats is the brainchild of Bob De Dea, a writer, composer, actor, singer, director, and goofball who decided to try to be cool.

As a professional singer-songwriter, Bob has performed as a solo artist in homes and public spaces from New York to Philly to Tampa to Sedona, Seattle, and L.A. -- and places in between. He has written songs for various musicals about town since 1988 and wrote "Market Prayer," featured on the Pike Place Market's 100th Anniversary video. He writes in a variety of styles, from rock to pop to jazz to musical theatre to folk to country. Most of his music tells stories -- some celebratory, some tragic, some silly, some sublime. Come open the door to Schrödinger's Cats!

Schrödinger's Cats is comprised of Fred Owen (drums), John Galbraith (bass), Ash Hakim (cello), Robin Hilt (vocals), Taylor Davis (vocals), and Bob (vocals and keyboard). (More about the band here: https://bob74789.wixsite.com/bddsongwriter/the-band)

Part of the proceeds of this concert will be donated to the Ounce of Prevention Fund (theounce.org), which seeks to help children develop in the critical years from birth to age 5. The Prevention Fund implements educational programs to prepare children for kindergarten and provides guidance and resources to low-income, teen, and first-time parents through home visits. The charity also trains doulas, who build expectant first-time mothers' confidence through weekly home visits and continue to support them through labor. By collecting science-based research and rigorously evaluating its own programs, the organization improves its models for childhood development and shares key findings with lawmakers to improved public policy. Every year, the Chicago-based organization serves more than 4,000 children and their families.

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

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5031 University Way NE, Seattle WA 98105

(206) 527 - 4278