I will miss you when you’re gone – Distillery Festival (reading) @ Macha Theatre Works (Seattle – Fremont)
After her death by suicide, Evelyn haunts fellow intern Celeste at the Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains. A web of interconnection between Celeste, Evelyn, Celeste’s manager, Robin, and Celeste’s recently deceased mother, Theresa, soon becomes apparent. Written by Jessica Moss, directed by Adrian Prendergast.
Location: West of Lenin (203 N 36th St)
The Macha Distillery series is a celebration of emerging theater and an opportunity for playwrights to gain valuable feedback on new work. Each play in the series receives a live reading by a cast of professional actors, allowing it to live and breathe off the page. The readings conclude with a discussion of the play with the playwright, giving writers the chance to receive feedback from Seattle audiences and providing a platform for audiences to help shape new works in process.
This year Macha’s Distillery readings are held in festival form: 7 plays, 3 days, 1 New Works Reading Festival. Full schedule:
Friday, April 14, 2023
7pm: This Time, It Will Be Just For You by Maggie Lee
9pm: Panel discussion with all Festival writers and directors
Saturday, April 15, 2023
12pm: I will miss you when you’re gone by Jessica Moss
3pm: Bloomer Girls by Emily Brauer Rogers
7pm: Nanay by Molly Olis Krost
Sunday, April 16, 2023
12pm: Gumiho by Nina Ki
3pm: What to Expect When You’re Simulating by Nabra Nelson
7pm: Finding Neil Patrick Harris by Donna Hoke