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Dinner And Theater With Kary; Tiny Beautiful Things
Wednesday, June 26, 2019, 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM
Dinner: Agave 100 Republic
Theater: Leo Theater 155 Mercer St
155 Mercer St
Seattle, WA 98109
Members pay for their own charges
Join Dave and I for dinner and a show!
When: Wed June 26th
Dinner: 6 pm at Agave Cochina (100 Republic, short walk to the theater)
Show: Tiny Beautiful Things at the Leo K. Theater at Seattle Rep; running time 1 hour 20 mins; no intermission
Tickets: This performance is designated "Pay what you can". You have to call the box office for tickets and there are no handling fees or service charges!
See Tiny Beautiful Things for as little as $1!
We are offering a Pay What You Can performance on June 26 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are now available for $5 each over the phone (206.443.2222) or at the Box Office window for $1 each.
We are in Row F 6 and 7 in the center. The theater is intimate, only 99 people and 25 feet from wall to stage. There are no bad seats.
Please advise if you are joining for dinner or just meeting us in the lobby for the show.
About the show:
A celebration of the simple beauty of being human, Tiny Beautiful Things is based on Cheryl Strayed’s (Wild) journey as the beloved anonymous advice columnist for Dear Sugar. Over the years, thousands of people turned to Sugar for words of wisdom, compassion and hope. At first unsure of herself, Sugar finds a way to weave her own life experiences together with the deep yearning and heartrending questions from her readers. This funny and deeply touching exploration of resilience at the Seattle Repertory Theatre was brilliantly adapted for the stage by Nia Vardalos, the Academy Award-nominated writer of My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Time Out said the play “knocks you down with its avalanche of kindness,” and honestly, who couldn’t use an experience like that in their lives?