Condo Millennium

May 13 - May 15, 2010

Join us for a performance exposition written and directed by Marya Sea Kaminski. Inspired by the transformation of Seattle’s Pike-Pine corridor and developed from live interviews with Seattle politicians, activists, developers, children, comedians and residents at large, this event brings performance, video, song, dance and absurd fantasy together to sketch a picture of our evolving urban landscape and the places we call home. The history of our city is explored among dreams of modern urban living, notices of proposed land use, shouts of “location, location, location,” condominiums and the crashing economy. Enjoy the stories that collect in the corners.

Join us after the opening night performance (Thursday, May 13) for a special wine reception.  Toast the performers and help us close out the first season of Live at the Film Forum.

About Marya Sea Kaminski
Named an “Artist of the Year” by Seattle Magazine Seattle Weekly and honored thrice on the Theatre Short List for The Stranger’s Genius Awards, Marya Sea Kaminski is a performer, director, and writer based in Seattle. Most recently she has performed as Electra at Seattle Sheakspeare, as Hedda Gabler in Washington Ensemble Theatre’s new adaptation of Ibsen’s classic, blahblahblahBANG!, at On the Boards,  and in the title role of My Name is Rachel Corrie at the Seattle Repertory Theatre. Marya Sea has created over twenty solo shows and has performed her original work at On the Boards, PS 122 in New York, and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. Marya Sea was a Founding Co-Artistic Director of the Washington Ensemble Theatre in Seattle from 2004-2008 and currently teaches at Cornish College of the Arts.

Funded in part by the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs and 4Culture


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