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The Gloomiest Girl in the World

April 23-26, 2020
Times: between naps
Location: On the Boards | Seattle, WA

Christine plays the title character in this commissioned musical adventure for young audiences!

 

More information here. Stay tuned for the rescheduled debut of Widdle Woo!

New stories from

The Moonshine Revival Tent

May 22, 2020
Location: NW Folklife Festival 2020

Check the schedule for our stage location for Friday afternoon!

Hold your plans for May 28-31, as well! More local performances to be announced.

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A Captive Song

Witness the development of new work!

A Captive Song (working title)

May 31, 2020
Location: North Seattle

Watch and hear the progress of Christine’s latest full-length script.

Audience feedback welcome in a facilitated Q & A session immediately following.

 

 

Stay tuned for performance dates and locations of

THE TWO-STEP

on national and international stages!

⭑⭑⭑⭑⭑ “National treasures…Don’t miss the opportunity to see this show,

or any other show featuring Ms. Longé.” — AXS.COM

 

⭑⭑⭑⭑ “Impossible to dislike.” — CBC MANITOBA

 

Edith is an enchanting woman who dares to dream big. From sleepy suburbia to sweltering Saudi Arabia, and everywhere in between, she struggles to integrate her fierce independence with her love for community. Two-time “Best of Fest” award-winning THE TWO-STEP explores how culture, memory and leaps of faith influence a life boldly lived.

 

“Drawing audiences in with her warmth and humanity…

Longé makes THE TWO-STEP a trip worth taking.” — WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

 

Written & Performed by Christine Longé
Directed by Paul Budraitis
Original Song Composed by Tom Freeman

 

Run time 60 minutes (no intermission)

Content is G-rated; recommended for ages 8+

Clown Lab

How do we authentically connect with one another? What makes each of us funny, vivacious and compelling? Where’s a welcoming, liberated playtime that allows for brave exploration of our individuality and creative instincts?

 

Investigate these questions and more at the monthly Clown Lab workshops in Seattle. No theatrical experience necessary. No red noses (contrary to the featured image). Bring your open hearts and minds to laugh together and explore the mysterious ingredients that tickle our funny bones. Bring movement clothes plus a snack and water bottle, too.

 

This is a PWYC workshop. Please consider pitching in $10-25 to cover the space rental + facilitator’s time for curriculum prep and teaching! Thank you!