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LUNA at the Filament Theatre
Sep
21
to Nov 2

LUNA at the Filament Theatre

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Filament Theatre brings to the stage Ramón Esquivel’s LUNA directed by Filament Resident Artist Alejandro Tey. This story about the daughter of migrant farm workers was developed in collaboration with elementary children in Mattawa, WA, a town predominantly populated by migrant farmers. Tickets are currently available at www.filamenttheatre.org/luna.

Luna tells the hopeful story of Soledad, a young girl who dances with the stars and sings with the moon. Her family follows the crops and with every move comes a new school and the struggle to make new friends. The imaginative Soledad finds solace in her constant companion, Luna — the moon. On her search for human friendship Soledad must challenge the world she knows and discover that “Taking risks is hard to do, but taking risks builds courage too.”

In an artistic statement, playwright Ramón Esquivel wrote, “My stories are about the search for belonging. They are about vulnerability. Most of all, my stories are about conflict between people who love each other. I hope my stories inspire empathy, connection, and wisdom—and that they make audiences laugh along the way.”

Luna will feature Filament Resident Artist Aissa Guerra with Jean Claudio, Gaby FeBland, Mateo Hernandez, Deanalís Resto, and Raquel Torre. Understudies include Elizabeth Nungaray and Isaura Flores.

For more information visit www.filamenttheatre.org/luna

Dates:

Previews: Saturday, Sept 21 @ 2:30; Sunday, Sept 22 @ 1pm; Saturday, Sept 28 @ 11am

Press performances: Saturday, Sept 28 @ 2:30pm; Sunday, Sept 29 @ 1pm

Regular run: Sept 28 - November 3

Curtain Times: Saturday @ 11am & 2:30pm; Sunday @ 1pm.

Ticket Prices: Previews: $16. Regular run $16 for children, $19.50 for adults, $18 for seniors. All ticket fees included in price. Tickets are available at www.filamenttheatre.org/luna. For questions call the Filament office at (773) 270-1660.

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Vannin' Documentary Screening
Nov
8
7:00 PM19:00

Vannin' Documentary Screening

Tone Deaf Records will be screening “Vannin’”, a documentary film about custom vans and the vanning lifestyle by Nick Nummerdor & Andrew Morgan. There will be custom vans parked in front of the shop for viewers to check out while they enjoy a nice, cold beer.

There will be a sneak preview of the second chapter of the movie, “Sleaze Lake”, which will be coming out next year.

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Best of Six Corners Awards
Nov
15
6:00 PM18:00

Best of Six Corners Awards

Six Corners is not just an intersection. It's the 1,938 seat theater, built in 1920, where many Northwest-siders watched their first film. It's the furniture store where you bought your first couch, the corner newsstand where your father picked up the morning paper. It's the 5-floor department store where you went back to school shopping all through your childhood years. Today, it's craft beer, cocktails, handmade soap, and scones.

Six Corners is home.

It is time for you to roll down your sleeves, step away from the counter, and celebrate all the hard work that the you, as a business owner of this wonderful community, have done.

Join us at the National Veterans Art Museum on November 15, 2019 from 6pm to 10pm for drinks, food, art, laughter, and a range of immersive artistic entertainment.

Get tickets here.

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