We’ve enlisted some of Seattle’s most creative and compelling theatre artists to contribute a recorded performance with only two rules: the final product must be 60 seconds or fewer, and it must be filmed on a webcam. Any other elements (sound, costume, set, post-production, etc.) are completely up to the artists.
This month we’re focusing on the playwrights of the Seattle Rep Writers Group, who will be showcasing their work over the next two weekends. This selection is an excerpt from Karen Hartman’s play Roz and Ray, performed by Amy Thone. It’s a love story about the single father of two hemophiliac boys and the doctor who’s treating them. It will be read at the Rep June 14.