Rehearsals are now underway for Seattle Experimental Theater’s world premiere improvised parody “The Doctor”, debuting in January.
To buy tickets, click here (Brown Paper Tickets) or visit http://bit.ly/SETDoctor.
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Seattle Experimental Theater is proud to present its latest original improvised play, The Doctor, an improvised parody of Doctor Who.
January 17, 18, 24 & 25 at 8pm
January 26 at 2pm
Theatre Off Jackson
409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104
Tickets are $12 online at www.brownpapertickets.com, or for $15 at the door.
About the show:
Seattle Experimental Theater invites you to control the time machine with its newest show The Doctor.
The Doctor is a completely unscripted time traveling comedy. Every performance the cast will get suggestions from the audience that they will then use to create the time, location and plot of the show. Every performance promises to be unique, fun and family friendly.
In addition to being improvised every night, The Doctor will have an ongoing mystery throughout its performances, which will culminate in the final matinee performance January 26th.
The Doctor is created by Jeannine Clarke, Sam Hecker and Tony Beeman. It is directed by Jeannine Clarke, director of the hit Star Trek parody, Where No Man Has Gone Before and Wedding Horror Stories.
The Doctor is played by Tony Beeman. The cast of The Doctor is Elizabeth Brammer, Lauren Bond, Ashley Flannegan Russell, Jana Hutchison, Colin Madison, Wayne Pishue, Sarah Scheller and Greg Stackhouse.
The Doctor is produced in association with Theatre Off Jackson.
Local musician, writer, and girl-about-town Sarah Shay will be performing before the show January 17th. For more info on her music, visit sarahshay.com
For more information about the show or Seattle Experimental Theater, visit www.seattleexperimentaltheater.com.