Zane Jones Preview Performances: Tuesday April 25 & Thursday April 27, PM Opening Night: Friday, April 28, PM To request press comps, please contact Holly Arsenault at [email protected] 206.221.6797 Regular Performance Dates: Saturday, April 29, PM Sunday, April 30, PM pre-show lobby talk with Prof.Stefka Mihaylova, Ph D @ PM Wednesday, May 3, PM Thursday, May 4, PM Friday, May 5, PM Saturday, May 6, PM Sunday, May 7, PM Glenn Hughes Penthouse Theatre NE 45th St & 17th Ave NE, University of Washington Seattle campus Link to map and directions: https://drama.washington.edu/facilities/glenn-hughes-penthouse-theatre Tickets: General Admission: in advance, at the door Student/Senior/UW: in advance, at the door Teen Tix: at the door (sign up at teentix.org) Ticket link: https://drama.washington.edu/events/2017-04-25/orlando Cast (School of Drama BA Students) Orlando Annie Willis Sasha Gabi Boettner Ensemble Daphne Sage Gomez, Wyatt Hazel, Katrin Hosseini, Alyssa Karounos, Hannah Probst, Logan Wahl, NIna Williams-Termachi, Weijing Zhou Creative Team Scenic Designer Matthew Webb, MFA Lighting Design Costume Designer Meleta Buckstaff, MFA Costume Design Lighting Designer Kenrick Fischer, MFA Lighting Design MORE ABOUT L. Zane Jones serves as Artistic Director for CIVIC REP, a creative collective committed to working with classic texts and new work for the stage.Orlando features vibrant music, moments of improvisation, physical exploration and performances, and an ensemble of undergraduate actors.Director Jones says, "I am looking to present this play with inspiration found in the styles that each of the two writers present. The story evokes a playful and profound feeling that comes from the representation of these two writer's distinct voices." Orlando Adapted by Sarah Ruhl from the novel by Virginia Woolf Directed by L.The girl sent at least one nude photograph at the request of a person on the mobile chat app called “Kik,” James City County Police spokeswoman Stephanie Williams said.The exact number of photos she sent is not known at this time.
She's starred in Jonathan Creek, the ITV2 sitcom 'FM' and in Channel 4's Stand Up to Cancer. Areas of expertise include kinship theory, postcolonial studies, feminist anthropology, queer anthropology, educational studies, and oral history. Ethnographic studies in East Africa, the United Kingdom, and the United States.Orlando is a handsome, young English nobleman favored by queens and princesses.The poem he's trying to write isn't going well; otherwise, he's having a very nice life.