UNHINGED - January 12, 2018
7:00 - 9:00 PM
by Pamela Hobart Carter
Join us on January 12, as Seattle Playwright’s Salon kicks off a year of parity by presenting Unhinged, by local playwright Pamela Hobart Carter.
After facing a near-death experience, does main character Caitlin stretch her wings and bask in the joy of being alive, or has she become a little unhinged? With a curious & colorful cast of characters, Carter spins a tangled web, plunging into the depths of human emotion.
Playwright - Pamela Hobart Carter
Director - Rachel Rene
Stage Manager - Dan Niven
LYLE - Terry Moore
CAITLIN - Molly Thompson
SALLY - Rachel Glass
CHARLES - Tom Fraser
WAITPERSON - Kymberlee Della Luce
Pamela Hobart Carter- Playwright
Pam used to be a teacher who wrote on the side. Now she is a writer who teaches on the side. Live Girls! Theater, Infinity Box Theatre Project, Macha Monkey, Theatre Schmeater, and The 14/48 Projects have read or produced her plays. She also writes poems, essays, and fiction. January 30th she will read short fiction at Paul Mullin’s “Loud Mouth Lit” at St. Andrew’s.
Rachel Rene- Director
Rachel Rene is a Seattle-based actor, director, music director, and stage manager and is thrilled to be working with Pamela on another of her lovely plays. Rachel Rene has worked with numerous theater companies around town, her most recent full-length directing credit being Ben Butler with Burien Actors Theatre. She currently works as a performer and educator with Living Voices and has become a regular troupe member with Theater for Young Children. <3 to Rx.
Dan Niven - Stage Manager
Dan is delighted to return to The Conservatory, making his fourth(!) outing with the Seattle Playwrights Salon. When not involved in a local theatre production, he can be found singing with a variety of Seattle choral ensembles, or playing trombone in the UW Husky Alumni Band. A classic Enneagram Type 7, Dan stays grounded by designing and installing labyrinths, and invites you to check out his work at moderndaedalus.com.
Terry Morre - Lyle
Terry has acted and/or directed for most of the professional theaters in the Pacific Northwest. He is currently the Producing Artistic Director of Thalia’s Umbrella, which will produce the world premiere of Y York’s The Impossibility of Now at 12th Avenue Arts in March.
Kymberlee Della Luce-Waitperson
Kymberlee della Luce is an interdisciplinary artist and scholar. Her explorations of the transpersonal rarely fit neatly into boxes and bios. You can find her at kymberleedellaluce.com or barefoot at the beach. If you can catch her, she'll totally hug you or ask you to deconstruct civilization with her. You choose.
Rachel Glass - Sally
Rachel was seen as Tamora in Seattle Shakespeare Company’s Titus Andronicus, as well as outdoors in SSC’s doo-wop sensation The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Regional theatre: NY, LA, SF Bay Area, Nashville. Local theatre: SCT, Book-It, Bridges, 14/48. Her films have been honored at several international film festivals. She was featured opposite Sharon Stone in Last Dance. Rachel has recorded regularly with Jim French Productions, and currently records audio books and voiceovers in the Pacific Northwest.
Molly Thompson - Caitlin
Molly Thompson’s Seattle acting credits include Jeanette in Border Songs at Book-It Theater, Bella in Emerald City Scene’s No Snowflake in an Avalanche, and as Mary in ECS’s Sister Cities. She has co written and directed several productions in Colorado, and a workshop of Viva the Dreama in Portland last year. Her acting career began in New York City. She is a graduate of the National Theater Institute and the Hartman Theater Conservatory.
Tom Fraser - Charles
Tom has been involved in Seattle theater & film since moving to Seattle many years ago. He's very happy to be reprising the role of Charles in this reading of Pam's fine play "UNHINGED". Favorite previous roles include: Joe Moore in "Tigers Be Still" (Catapult Theater), Ozzie in the Gregory Award winning "UNDO" (Annex Theater), Captain Lon McQuigg in "The Racket" (Theater Under the Influence) and Father in Scotto Moore's "Twilight Dove"(The 14/48 Projects).