Thursday, September 29, 2005

you don't have to be rich - just smart!

The IKEA Cycle: Tiny Domestic Dramas

This is the show I'm in. It just opened on Monday, and it will be running through November 9th. Follow the link, have a look, and if you live in or near Seattle, come and see it!

I mean:

a. It's FREE.
b. You need something from IKEA, admit it. You need candles. You need a lamp. Two birds with one stone, compadres.
c. It's good! This is a great cast, working with a great script.
d. You can buy the set.

It's 13 scenes that you can collect like baseball cards. Three a night. Mondays and Wednesdays. There's a dance scene on the couches! Come see the unsuspecting shoppers freak out and wonder what the hell is going on.

This is a review from the Seattle Times.

Here concludes my plug.


Anonymous said...

Yay! I am soooo coming to that. This was my first week to get anything else but my show done but I will get there next week. SUCH, a brilliant idea. I am a little scared though. It is really hard for me to walk out of IKEA without spending a pile of money I don't have.
if you or anyone in the cast wants to see SCAB this weekend now that you are up and running, the PWYC codeword is Susan.

Kathryn said...

that sounds so fun, and we need a road trip, so .....

Eve said...

What an excellent and fun play!! I wish I could go!

You must have gotten the "lady cop" role because of all of your personal experiences from which to draw from... no research necessary.

Tina Rowley said...

Meghan - That's great, thank you! If my belly cuts me some slack, I will come and see it. I don't want to miss it.

Kathryn - Allright! Wow. Super bonus points for even considering making the trip in from another country!

Eve - Wish you could come, too! Yes, my experience with lady cops has set me up. However, I play the lady cop that I wish would have arrested me.

Larraine said...

I miss you both so much. I'm going to go and sit in Elma's (would you believe) furniture store in Bundaberg and pretend .............

Tina Rowley said...


Ladies and gentlemen, may I introduce the GREATEST MOTHER-IN-LAW ever to walk to the earth, chiming in from Australia.

Larraine, my blog. My blog, Larraine. Lucky blog!

We miss you, too! I will talk to my people and see if we can get The ELMA Cycle going. I feel sure that this is not farfetched!

izchan said...

ur mother in law reads your blog.

now that has got to go into the guiness records.

Anonymous said...

i told some new york experimental theater friends about the ikea show, and they were all VERY impressed.