See "A Highly Sensitive Person Copes with the Apocalyse" in Seattle, Sept. 19-28

I wrote about self-care, rats and the apocalyse for Funhouse V, an experimental comedy play series which will be staged at Seattle’s Annex Theatre, September 19-28. Buy tickets here.

The team behind Funhouse V, the Funhouse Family, produces irreverent original content characterized by a multi-genre format. Each live show is comprised of a series of short plays that serve as a rotating platform for diverse up-and-coming playwrights, directors, actors, designers, and musicians.

Funhouse V will showcase the shifting cultural landscape of the Pacific Northwest through an absurdist lens. My play, “A Highly Sensitive Person Copes with the Apocalypse,” is set in a “Mad Max” version of Portland.

General sale tickets are pay-what-you-can, starting at $10. If you can't make it to the show but still want to support experimental art, donate directly to The Funhouse Family via the "Back It" button on their Indiegogo page.

Featured playwrights include Seayoung Yim, Marcus Gorman, Levi Friedman, Marie Biondolillo, Rachael Carnes, Rachel Atkins, and Jake Foerg.

The performing ensemble includes Gabriel Adams, Laura Engels, Emi Faltinson, Victoria Felix, Sara Geiger, Elex Hill, Keller O'Malley, Kwesi Phillips, Zoe Schwartz, Siddhant Sharma and Keenan Ward. Learn more at funhousefam.com.

Hope to see you there!