On February 16th, after the performance of Uncle Vanya, The Seagull Project invites members from our Seattle community to discuss the production, and it’s reflection on our changing city. A panel of humanities scholars draw out issues of displacement, housing, the insularity of Seattle as a “Sanctuary City,” and problems of inclusivity and access to resources in Seattle. The production of Uncle Vanya, and it’s themes of “work,” idealism, survival, and the principal of hope; create a vibrant bridge of discussion between our city today, and the world feared for 123 years ago.
Jose Alaniz – Associate Professor, University of Washington
Kerry Couglin – Director of Communications, Seattle Housing Authority
Alex Gallo-Brown – Fair Work Center
Mario Orallo – Education Associate, The Seagull Project
Response Panel is free to attend after the show.
- February 16, 2019
ACT Theatre, Falls Theater
700 Union St Seattle, WA 98101 United States
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- Julie Briskman
About Partner Events
This event is one of dozens supported by Humanities Washington throughout Washington State each year. It is developed and put on by the host organization.