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Uncle Vanya City Response Panel

Event Description

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.

  • When
  • February 16, 2019
    7:30 pm
  • Where
  • ACT Theatre, Falls Theater
    700 Union St Seattle, WA 98101 United States
  • More Info
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  • Julie Briskman
  • 206-890-2399
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