Photo by McKenzie Taplin
My latest study, "Flushed: into the world of wastewater treatment," asks the question: After we flush where does it all go? Hear about the creatures that keep Ron, a treatment plant manager, up at night. Learn about the sewage swim team and Leroy’s plan to sponsor a chili feed in order to generate more human waste.
"For more than a decade, solo performer Stokley Towles has been studying us. He examines the mundane aspects of life in Seattle like an anthropologist from another planet--our libraries, our trash system, our police force, the history of a single city block--and delivers his findings in rich, understated monologues full of bizarre, colorful trivia and bittersweet observations about how people navigate the world and each other." -- Brendan Kiley, The Stranger Weekly
To watch a full performance of my last project, Stormwater: Life in the Gutter click here.