Fridays & Saturdays, June 1 - 23, 2012
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“When I’m with a pistol I sparkle like a crystal, yes I shine like the morning sun.” –Annie Oakley
An immersive rock musical from Marya Sea Kaminski that takes on love, firearms and Bonnie and Clyde. Commissioned by Richard Hugo House, directed by Braden Abraham and featuring Landlord’s Daughter. Music by Sean Michael Robinson with Marya Sea Kaminski.
"Riddled" is a YesYesNow Production.
To live and die’s the same thing, when it’s history you’re making. "Riddled" is a new immersive rock musical written and performed by Marya Sea Kaminski, featuring the band Landlord’s Daughter. Tonight is the night the past catches up with the lead singer of Bonnie Clyde. Juxtaposing true stories with brutal fiction, "Riddled" lures the audience into an evening of rock and roll, passion and malice as we follow one woman’s escape attempt through an arsenal of memories and a desperate drive for love. Every performance immediately followed by a live set by Landlord’s Daughter. Come for the play, stay for the music.
“I hate to bust the cap on a woman, especially when she was sitting down, however if it wouldn’t have been her, it would have been us.” –Texas Ranger Frank A. Hamer (after slaying Bonnie Parker in an ambush)
Tickets are $20/$15 for students and are available here, by calling (206)322-7030 or at Hugo House during normal business hours. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the bar will be open prior to and following performances. A set from Landlord’s Daughter will follow each performance.
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“All you need to make a movie is a girl and a gun.” –Jean-Luc Godard
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Marya Sea Kaminski is a performer and a writer whose heart vacillates between Seattle and Brooklyn. In 2010 she was honored with a Genius Award in Theater from The Stranger and the Seattle Gregory Award for Outstanding Actress. She has been named an Artist of the Year by Seattle Magazine, as well as Best Local Stage Actor and Best Performing Artist by the readers of the Seattle Weekly. Her acting credits include the title role in “Electra” at Seattle Shakespeare (directed by Sheila Daniels), Hedda Gabler in Washington Ensemble Theatre’s original adaptation entitled “blahblahblahBANG!” at On the Boards; “My Name is Rachel Corrie” (Seattle Times Footlight Award 2007), “The Road to Mecca with Leigh Silverman,” and Tina Landau’s “The Time of Your Life” at the Seattle Repertory Theatre; “Moonlight and Magnolias” at the Intiman Theatre; “Simone Alone” at La Mama ETC in New York City; and “The Cherry Orchard” at Annenberg Center in Philadelphia. Additionally, Marya has played principal roles in the feature films “Dichotomy” by Funkbuddha Productions and “Waxie Moon in the Fallen Jewel” with Wes Hurley and I Ate My Eye Productions. Marya Sea has been creating and performing her original solo work for over a decade at venues across the country including Bumbershoot and On the Boards in Seattle; PS 122 in New York; the Myrna Loy Center in Helena; and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. Additionally, her writing has been published in Rivet Magazine, msn.com/Womanity, KNOCK Magazine, Seattle City Arts Magazine and The New York Theatre Review.
Braden Abraham (Director, Script Development Advisor) recently directed and acted in Tommy Smith's “White Hot” (Marxiano Productions, West of Lenin). Currently associate artistic director at Seattle Rep, Braden's directing credits include: “This” by Melissa James Gibson, “The K of D,” an urban legend by Laura Schellhardt (originally produced by Pistol Cat Productions, with subsequent productions at FringeNYC Encore Series and Illusion Theatre), “Opus” by Michael Hollinger, “Breakin’ Hearts and Takin’ Names” by Kevin Kling and Simone Perrin (premiere), “Betrayal” by Harold Pinter and “My Name is Rachel Corrie” by Alan Rickman and Katherine Viner. Additional directing credits include: “The Ten Thousand Things” by Paul Mullin (premiere, Washington Ensemble Theatre), “Kuwait” by Vincent Delaney (premiere, Theatre Schmeater), “True West and The Underpants” (Spokane Interplayers) and ‘Prometheus Bound’ (The Lincoln Center Director's Lab). Braden has developed plays with Seattle Rep, Portland Center Stage, Washington Ensemble Theatre, New Century Theater Co., Northwest Playwrights Alliance and Freehold. He has been a guest artist at Stanford, Gonzaga, WWU, the University of Idaho and Seattle University where he directed “Reckless” by Craig Lucas and “dark play or stories for boys” by Carlos Murillo. Braden is a member of SDC and the Lincoln Center Directors Lab.
Environment and Projection design by L.B. Morse
Lights by Robert J. Aguilar
Costumes by Harmony Arnold
Sound by Matt Starritt
Co-produced by Daryle Conners
Special appearance by Paul Budraitis
Featuring Landlord's Daughter:
Sean Michael Robinson – guitar, vocals, piano
Alma Garcia – piano, violin, vocals
Chad Lindhorst - bass, vocals
Christy Mooers – violin, vocals
Mitch Ebert – drums, vocals
Production support by Mary Chisholm, Amie Christensen, Michael Feldman, Lexi Hamill, and Lynne Randall