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2-22 Thru 3.10 “These Streets” – Women Rockers In 90’s Seattle – ACT Theatre

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Photo by Charles Peterson. Photo by Charles Peterson.


Lee Callahan has a lively talk with creators Gretta Harley, Sarah Rudinoff and Elizabeth Kenny.

This rock ‘n roll story is inspired by women musicians in Seattle during the famed grunge years.

Remember 66 Saints, 7 Year Bitch, Bell, Capping Day, Danger Gens, Faster Tiger, Flood, The Gits, Hammerbox, Incredible Force of Junior, Kristen Barry, and Maxi Badd?

An original piece of theatre based on over 40 interviews with the people who lived it, These Streets is a gritty, funny, and powerful fictional story where the characters’ past and present lives collide with their past and present music, played and sung by the performers and a live band. Directed by Amy Poisson. Preview February 21. February 22-March 10, 2013 8:00pm Falls Theatre, ACT Get your tickets here

Photo by Charles Peterson Photo by Charles Peterson

Useless KZOK factoid: Capping Day (Winners of the Snickers New Music Search “Best Unsigned Band In America” contest, circa 1988) singer-guitarist Laura Weller married KZOK.com blogger/disc jockey Scott Vanderpool 20 years ago this Wednesday (2/20) at an extremely drunken ceremony in the Chinese room atop Seattle’s Smith Tower that Breakfast With The Beatles host Mike West called “the best wedding I’ve ever been to”.

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