Streaming from the Cornish Playhouse to the Comfort of Your Living Room
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11TH AT 7PM
WITH ASL INTERPRETATION
Directed by Julia Griffin & Charlotte Peters with assistance from José Amador, Darien Torbert, and Shawn Belyea
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Last Year, in Bedford Falls…
In the spirit of 2020, we updated our annual tradition to a fully virtual format to bring the magic of Theater Anonymous safely to our artists and audiences worldwide!
In 2021, we are doubling down on our commitment to safety while reaching our loved ones across the globe. It's a Wonderful Livestream returns to the stage and screen with an in-person actor performance with ASL interpretation at The Cornish Playhouse; filmed and released online to a strictly virtual audience on Saturday, December 11th!
Here's How It Works...
The premise of Theater Anonymous is simple. Nobody knows the cast, not even the cast.
Approximately 30 actors have been selected through an invitation process and each are rehearsing one-on-one with co-directors Julia Griffin and Charlotte Peters, never meeting their fellow actors.
Actors must take an oath of secrecy and are allowed to tell only one other person on earth that they are participating.
Actors will enter the theater, be guided to the theater space, deliver their first line offstage before joining the rest of the cast on-screen.
It's an exciting, fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants evening of theater that celebrates Seattle's amazing theater community.
Who will be the next George Bailey? Who will play Mary? Potter? Clarence?
Nobody knows, and that's the fun of it.