Join us October 12th, 2018

At the Conservatory, Seattle

 
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The Ass of Privilege

by Lauren Fulton


A coming of age story…at age thirty-two.

A brand consultant struggles with his own identity when he is forced to move from New York City back to his hometown in Iowa. Indecision strains his marriage and relationship with his small-town mother, helped along by a family mystery he discovers in a stack of wartime letters. Through it all, a colleague remains his long-distance confidant, but this person might be the most disruptive influence of all.

Comical but brooding, The Ass of Privilege explores the relationship between privilege, choice, and identity.

CAST
Rachel Rene - Director
Becca Pauza - Stage Manager
Andy Benson - Tommy
Lisa Clarke - Greta
Ben Cournoyer - Thomas
Kiana De Leon-Estes - Whitney
Patricia Haines-Ainsworth- Mother
Kelly Mak - Sandy
Adam Minton - Roger
Mark Waldstein - Boss

Join us Friday October 12th, 2018 at 7 p.m. at the Conservatory, 5813 Airport Way South, Seattle 98108.  The Conservatory is a Seattle art space and coffeehouse, community meeting place, and artists’ workshop in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood, a growing and glowing arts haven in Seattle near I-5, just north of Boeing Field. Beer, wine, cider, and food will be available for purchase before and after the show, and during intermission.

Suggested donation of $10.


  LAUREN FULTON-PLAYWRIGHT  Lauren Fulton writes full length plays, short plays, and the occasional novel. Lauren earned her B.A. at Harvard University and M.Phil at Cambridge University in fields entirely unrelated to playwriting. Soon after, she joined the Dramatists Guild of America and began contributing plays locally in Seattle. Her passion is travel, and she plans to visit all fifty US states by the end of 2018.

LAUREN FULTON-PLAYWRIGHT Lauren Fulton writes full length plays, short plays, and the occasional novel. Lauren earned her B.A. at Harvard University and M.Phil at Cambridge University in fields entirely unrelated to playwriting. Soon after, she joined the Dramatists Guild of America and began contributing plays locally in Seattle. Her passion is travel, and she plans to visit all fifty US states by the end of 2018.


  RACHEL RENE-DIRECTOR  Rachel Rene is a Seattle-based actor, director, music director, and stage manager. Rachel 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.

RACHEL RENE-DIRECTOR
Rachel Rene is a Seattle-based actor, director, music director, and stage manager. Rachel 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.