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The Great Inconvenience


Annex Theatre Capitol Hill
July 27–Aug 18, Thursdays–Saturdays, 7:30 pm


Recommended by Rich Smith

Playwright Holly Arsenault won a lot of praise and acclaim for her last premiere at Annex, Undo, which was about a conscious uncoupling. My former colleague Brendan Kiley called it "such a beautifully written play." She's hoping to reproduce that success with her latest effort, The Great Inconvenience. Arsenault sets the play in the not-too-distant future, during a time when the American government has abandoned any pretense of helping the poor and underserved. In this hellscape, a group of friends keeps fed by whitewashing "some of the worst atrocities in American history for audiences of wealthy schoolchildren." Then a stranger comes to town and forces them to finally reckon with the history they've been avoiding.

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Annex Theatre

1100 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122

Event Times
This event is in the past.
  • July 27–Aug 18, Thursdays–Saturdays, 7:30 pm