Announcing - Due to an emergency situation, the premiere of WHITE HOT by Tommy Smith will be postponed by one week, and will officially open on Friday January 27th.
Realizing that this is a very late notification, the production team would like to thank you for your patience. If you have any further question, please direct any questions and inquiries to producer Mark Siano email@example.com 206-898-3644.
January 27 - February 11th
Thursday - Saturday 8pm - $18
Industry night: Monday, February 6th
West of Lenin
Fremont - 203 North 36th St.
Seattle, WA 98103
Brown Paper Tickets 1-800-838-3006
Note: WHITE HOT contains graphic situations. Not recommended for viewers 18 and under.
After the 2010 smash hit success of Tommy Smith's SEXTET, Marxiano Productions has brought together Seattle's top talent to make this production of WHITE HOT a must see. At the helm is director Braden Abraham of the Seattle Rep (Betrayal, My Name is Rachel Corrie) and featuring award winning actors Ray Tagavilla and Hannah Franklin who are joined by up-and-comer Kimberley Sustad who will be debuting in J.J. Abrams Alcatraz this January. Add to that a top notch design team with Jen Zeyl (Stranger Genius Award), Jessica Trundy, and Andrea Bush, WHITE HOT will plunge Seattle's most proven young talent to new depths.
"[Tommy Smith] is writing in the shadow of our most daring and politically incendiary of martyred playwright saints, Sarah Kane and Edward Bond ... WHITE HOT is bleak terrain, a buried cesspool of self-loathing and unseemly, sadistic yearnings in love. The play can be read as a critique of the deadening fallout of our reactionary, materialistic, exploitative and soulless era. It can be read as a bad dream or a soap opera about the banality of evil. However you read it, it doesn't go down easy." - Craig Lucas, New York Theatre Review
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