In SEAtu: Rain & Coffee & Salmon & Weed

Capitol Cider Capitol Hill
Feb 27–28, Mon March 25, 6 pm, 7:30 pm, Mon April 29, 6 pm, 7:30 pm & May 29–30, 6 pm

free–$25

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A group of "bouffons" (jesters, farceurs, clowns) take on the hard questions raised by specificities of Seattle behavior, such as coffee culture (where do our beans come from?), salmon (what are the impacts of fishing on indigenous people, water rights, and the environment?), and weed (what are the racial and economic implications of legalization?).

Feb 27-28
In SEAtu: Rain
The bouffons address homelessness, housing policy, and the seemingly intractable, growing gap between rich and poor.

March 25
In SEAtu: Coffee
Why do our beloved beans always seem to come from war zones, and what are the implications for national trade, coffee culture and immigration?  

April 29
In SEAtu: Salmon
A look at the history of indigenous peoples, water rights, and the impacts of development in the Pacific Northwest.

May 29
In SEAtu: Weed – Weds, May 29 @ 6pm and Thurs, May 30 @ 6pm
The bouffons take aim at the racial and socioeconomic complexities of legalizing cannabis in Seattle and across the nation.

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Capitol Cider

818 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122
206-397-3564
Hours: Weekdays 11 am-2 am, weekends 10 am-2 am
http://www.capitolcider.com/

Venue Hours
  • Weekdays 11 am-2 am, weekends 10 am-2 am
Event Times
  • Feb 27–28, Mon March 25, 6 pm, 7:30 pm, Mon April 29, 6 pm, 7:30 pm & May 29–30, 6 pm