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Living Voices Theatre

February 12, 7:30 p.m.

 

 

Witness the dynamically changing Northwest at the turn of the century. The expansion of the railroad, labor struggles, World War and a Pandemic  – these are the challenges  experienced by a young Swedish immigrant and her community.

 

Combining captivating historic film with solo performance, Northwest Passages brings to life the diversity of  Washington State over 100 hundred years ago.

 

Performer bio  -Rachael McClinton

As Artistic Director and performer with Living Voices, Rachael McClinton is honored  to share Northwest Passages.  After training  with the  distinguished  Acting Conservatory at SUNY Purchase, Rachael has performed nationally in productions ranging  from musicals to Shakespeare.

 

 

 

This performance is not recommended for children under 12.

 

The Civil Rights Movement is witnessed through the eyes of a student  coming of age in Mississippi during the 1960’s. Through  live theater and archival footage, this powerful multimedia performance illuminates the issues of civil rights, leading audiences to understand how the fight against prejudice has shaped our history.

 

Performer Bio  -Mark Peterson

Based in Washington State, Mark graduated from the University of Idaho  with a Masters in theatre performance. Member of the acting company at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival from 2005 to 2007. Worked as an assistant director and stage combat instructor/choreographer for Tacoma Youth Theatre and the Broadway Center in Tacoma. Notable roles include: Othello, Aaron in Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus, both with Theatre Artists Olympia. Hamm in Samuel Beckett’s Endgame, Shannon in Tennessee William’s Night of the Iguana and Ken Gorman in Neil Simons Rumors

 

Living Voices is an educational theatre company that offers a personal approach towards understanding important periods in history and applying their significance for today’s audiences.

Living Voices presents diverse performances uniquely combined with archival film that turn history into a moving journey.

 

Tickets are $23 for adults, $13 for youth (3-17) and $13 for seniors (62+) and military.

 

All ticket sales are final.

 

 

Tickets are now on sale

TICKETS

Northshore Performing Arts Center

18125 92nd Avenue NE
Bothell, WA 98011

NPAF Ticket Office

(425) 298-3449

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