Photo by McKenzie Taplin
Flushed Performances -- May 8-10
"Stokley Towles is a wonderfully curious performer who comes up with the quirkiest and most interesting 1-man shows about Seattle. Part journalist, part anthropologist and a bona fide storyteller, Towles will whisk you away to some underbelly part of Seattle -- a garbage dump, a sewer -- and make you care about it. I love how he thinks and how he delivers his findings and how he packs so much into a tightly written show. In this latest effort, he'll share stories about the nasty world of wastewater treatment and I'll bet money, when his 50 minutes are up, you'll have had a lot of fun." --Florangela Davila, CrossCut.com
Flushed is a 50-minute performance for ages 7 to adult (performance includes one mention of the word shit). Performances will take place at New City Theater, located at 1404 18th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122.
May 8, 9, 10. Friday and Saturday 7:30pm, Sunday noon - tickets $15
Purchase tickets at Brown Paper Tickets.
This project was funded in part by 4Culture in partnership with King County Wastewater Treatment Division as part of the 1% for Art program at Brightwater.
To watch a full performance of my last project, Stormwater: Life in the Gutter click here.