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Expanded Fall Free for All Means Expanded Fun for All
The Broadway Center's Fall Free for All has been such a success that they're expanding it. Instead of a weekend of free events in the theater district, the 2013-2014 Free for All brings the community a year-long calendar of free cultural events, beginning September 27.
Community members are invited to enjoy the local theaters, support regional artists, dine out, and explore Tacoma's vibrant Theater District.
As in the past, all Free for All events are free with registration (per event), online at broadwaycenter.org. It looks like they've got some fun events planned...
Tacoma Free For All events offered in the 2013-14 Season:
27 - Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir - Grammy-nominated vocalist Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir perform traditional African-American spirituals, telling the African-American journey through energetic and uplifting song. Kenyan-born singer-songwriter Naomi Wachira will open.
28 - Double Shot Festival - Several short plays created from scratch in only 24 hours! The show is hilarious fun (thanks to no sleep)! Presented in partnership with Northwest Playwrights Alliance.
10 - Think and Drink Bit by Bit: The Digital Evolution of the Neighborhood is a discussion about how advances in digital technology are affecting our interactions, institutions and culture. This Humanities Washington’s Think & Drink program is led by technology experts Alex Alben (author of Analgo days – How Technology Rewrote Our Future) and Amy Fisher (University of Puget Sound professor), and moderated by Ashley Gross (KPLU business and labor reporter). Presented in partnership with Immanuel Presbyterian Church.
18 - New Play Reading: Southbridge - Southbridge tells the story of a small town murder in 1881 written by Reginald Edmund. Join Director of Southbridge, C. Rosalind Bell, and Bryan Willis, Playwright in Residence at Northwest Playwrights Alliance, for a post-show Q & A following the performance.
15 - Drunken Telegraph - A night of intimate storytelling around a theme or topic announced at the start of the evening. Come prepared to share!
4 - Think and Drink - Humanities Washington’s Think & Drink program brings hosted conversations on provocative topics and new ideas to pubs, tasting rooms and other non-traditional venues around the state, fostering community discussions by meeting people where they already gather. December’s Think and Drink theme will be announced closer to the event.
17 - New Play Reading: Awake and Sign - A lively reading of the comedy classic by Clifford Odets, directed by Marilyn Bennett. Coproduced with Northwest Playwrights Alliance.
21 - MuhGrog Zoo - Long-Form Improv Theatre, born from relying on openness, skill, and imagination to spontaneously create meaningful, impactful and moving plays.
14 - MuhGrog Zoo - Long-Form Improv Theatre, born from relying on openness, skill, and imagination to spontaneously create meaningful, impactful and moving plays.
11 - Drunken Telegraph - A night of intimate storytelling around a theme or topic announced at the start of the evening. Come prepared to share! MAY 2014
9 - New Play Reading - Information about playwright and production TBA.
6 - MuhGrog Zoo - Long-Form Improv Theatre, born from relying on openness, skill, and imagination to spontaneously create meaningful, impactful, and moving plays.
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