Woo hoo! This month has some entertaining Theater with a capital T and an “er” at the end. (I’m on a curmudgeonly campaign to stop Americans from spelling it “theatre” in order to sound sophisticated.)
How can you not go to a show with one of your favorite local playwrights and some great actors? Carl Nelson’s fun, funny play involving a poet who becomes a salesperson opens June 16 at the new Youngstown Cultural Arts Center in West Seattle. Master Nashwan is in this play.
Mok Moser’s nutty Rube Goldberg device of a play featuring cowboys in free-fall, marzipan, and Bigfoot on a motorcycle opens June 9 at the Spitfire. There will be lots of familiar faces in this one, too.