Seattle Center - Center House Theatre - Sunday May 28th, 2017 - 6:00 PM to 7:45 PM
Hosted by Redmond United Methodist Church, this will be an interfaith event, with people of all faiths invited and encouraged to come. The performance will happen in the church's Sanctuary.
Blanket of Fear will be performing January 22, 3pm at Blaine Memorial UMC. There is no admission cost for the show, however donations will graciously be accepted.
Blanket of Fear
Charged with conspiracy and aiding and abetting a foreign terrorist organization - an incarcerated elementary school teacher, her cynical public defender and her immigrant mother-in-law must all find answers in their past before it's too late to save their future.
Performing at The Neptune Theatre - June 30th, doors at 6:30pm, curtain at 7:30pm
Come see The Tribes Project's perform a guerrilla-style version of ORESTEIA UBUNTU. Tell your friends to tell their brothers and sisters. This might be your last chance to see it! And it's a free show!
GAS WORKS PARK
This is an encore performance of ORESTEIA UBUNTU, a collaboration between The Tribes Project (Seattle) and Africa Tree Productions (Johannesburg, South Africa).
Thursday, August 28, 7pm
Crown Hill Center (9250 14th Ave NW)
Admission: $10 at the door
Come a little early to grab a seat at the front!
For more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/781883575167986
Though, in the Greek tradition, the Gods often came down from the heavens to change the direction of man, in this adaptation of The Oresteia, African Tree Productions and Tribes Project will confront human trappings of revenge & forgiveness, essentially asking “how can we move past traditional paradigms like an ‘eye-for-an-eye’?” when a constant spiral of vengeance killings keeps slamming us like an endless hurricane.
JUNE 6, 2014
Nectar & The PBJ Present:
ELDRIDGE GRAVY & THE COURT SUPREME
Benefit Concert for the Tribes Project
w/ DJ Element, Noddy & JumpManNewz
and special performance tba
$20adv / $25dos
412 N 36th St