Parley presents the world premiere workshop production of a new play by Rebecca Tourino Collinsworth!
*one night only*
Tuesday, May 19th at 7 pm
Performed at West of Lenin
Tickets are pay what you will, and we plan to get everyone in! Reservations are recommended and easy to obtain by following this link:
Featuring Parley ALL-STARS:
By June, Rebecca will have directed 12 world premieres for Parley since 2014. Please come celebrate her Seattle playwriting premiere with us!
About the play:
At a high-tech fertility clinic in the near future, Paloma and Merrit await the results of a sophisticated suite of tests to determine the viability of a pregnancy.
They're about to find out what it means to know too much.
About the playwright:
A mother of two, Rebecca a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley (BA, English), the University of California, Irvine (MFA, Acting), and the Pacific Conservatory Theatre. She is a transplant to Seattle from Manhattan, where she spent several years teaching, directing, and writing. As an actor, she’s worked with professional regional theaters all over the country. As a teaching artist, she’s worked with the Claire Trevor School of the Arts at UC Irvine; the Alliance Theater in Atlanta; the New York Film Academy; Seattle University; Meadows School of the Arts at SMU; Freehold’s Ensemble Training Intensive; and, for the last few years, the Washington Correctional Center for Women as part of the Engaged Theatre Residency. Her plays have been produced in New York and Los Angeles at venues such as the American Theatre of Actors, the Barrow Group, and Center Stage. As a director, she has focused almost exclusively on developing new work. She is the creator and artistic director of Parley, a playwrights’ group devoted to producing world premieres by emerging Seattle writers.