Join us October 24th, 2019

7:00 PM At Palace Theatre & Art Bar, Seattle

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Lottery Entanglement

By Michael Casey

Facing huge student debt, three college seniors come up with a scheme to beat the State Lottery, but when events spiral out of control, they seek help from someone involved with organized crime and must rely on each other to find a way out of their entanglement.

Director - Campbell John Thibo

CHRIS - Aubrey Sara Kaye
AMELIA - Francesca Hill
KAITLYN - Marissa Wyll
DOMINIKA - Monique Preston
URSULA RUBIN - Yarrow Clogston

Join us on Thursday October 24th, 2019 at 7 p.m. at Palace Theatre & Art Bar, located in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood at 5813 Airport Way South, Seattle 98108. Drinks from the bar will be available for purchase before and after the show, and during intermission.

Suggested donation of $10.

Creative Team

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Michael Casey

Mike is excited to be included in Seattle Playwrights Salon's stage readings. After a couple decades living in Northern then Southern California, followed by a number of years in New York, Mike returned to Washington State in July, 2018. He spent the first half of those years in corporate America and the second half pursuing a life in acting and writing with plays produced at New York’s off-Broadway Cherry Lane Theatre, and off-off-Broadway theaters: Producers Club, Studio-Theater and Author’s Playhouse. Mike won the Long Island New Playwrights festival and was a semi-finalist in NYC’s Strawberry One Act Festival. Mike’s play, “Lottery Entanglement” is the first play he has written since returning to the Great Northwest.


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Marissa Wyll

Marissa is excited to join Seattle Playwrights Salon for this staged reading! Recent credits include Henry IV part 1 (Greenstage), Henry IV part 2 (Greenstage), and Polka Dots (Parachute Players). She is a graduate of Western Washington University, where she earned degrees in theatre and biology. In her day job, Marissa works as a performing educator at Pacific Science Center and can often be found experimenting with liquid nitrogen and fire on the Live Science Stage.

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Aubrey Sara Kaye

Aubrey is excited to return to Seattle Playwrights Salon! Other recent credits include The Live Site Incident (SPS), Some Come, Some Go (SPS), Henry IV, Part 2 (GreenStage), Henry IV, Part 1 (GreenStage), Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom (Theater Schmeater), Hamlet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (GreenStage – Backyard Bard), and understudy tracks in Gidion’s Knot and Richard III (PCPA). She is a graduate of the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts and holds a degree in Computer Science from California Lutheran University.


Monique Preston

Monique Preston is a Seattle native who has worked in the theatre and film industries for close to ten years now. She was last seen in Short Order Theatre Company's inaugural production of "Death of a Salesman." Favorite credits include Benjamin in "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" and Rachelle Waterman in NBC News' "I'd Kill For You." Much love to my family, friends, and David for the continued support and inspiration over the years!

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Past Shows

We keep a complete archive of past shows at the Salon. Take a few moments to look at all of the fabulous work that has been presented on our stage since 2016.