Don’t miss Bill & Peggy’s Festival, continuing at Burien Little Theatre
The first half of the Bill and Peggy Hunt Playwrights Festival is over at Burien Little Theatre, but never fear – the second half starts with two new shows this Friday, May 17!
Starting Friday, two new shows begin and will continue for the next two weeks (until May 26) – “17-B” and “Parsing Race” for just $10! And don’t forget – you can save $2 by printing our exclusive coupon below:
“OMG! What a deal, for less then the cost of a movie you get two plays in one night!” reads an announcement. “BLT spared no expense and will present both shows in living 3-D!”
Shows are Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m., and Sundays at 2 p.m. (May 17 through 26).
“17-B,” written by Stephan Feldman and directed by Russ Kay, follows a woman who buys two seats on an airplane for her personal comfort, and arguments ensue about airline policy and common sense.
“PARSING RACE,” written by Dave Miller and directed by Rochelle Flynn, is about two mixed-race couples and a troubled young man who deal with the very different ideas of race relations held by three generations of friends and relatives.
Shows are recommended for ages 13 and older due to occasional language or mature subject matter.
BLT is located at:
14501 4th Ave SW
(Intersection of 4th Ave SW and SW 146th Street, parking lot entrance on Fourth) DIRECTIONS