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Green Whales & Still Life | Sep. 16 - Oct. 3

Join us for Forward Flux Productions first full productions in Seattle after relocating from NYC last year! Two new plays showing in the same space. You can see one, both on different nights, or you can watch two on the same evening at a discounted price! The plays will show at a cool, funky space in Kaladi Brothers Coffee Shop / Gay City on Capitol Hill. VIP ticket packages are available that include complimentary valet parking from LUXE. Space is limited - buy in advance to secure your spot today.

- Both plays are under 90mins (as it should be)
- No intermission
- All seats are less than 6 feet from the stage
- Edgy, provocative new works written by women
- See both plays in one night at a discounted price

About Green Whales

This dark comedy about falling in love is "an edgy, daring play that's not easily forgotten." Karen is a middle-aged woman with a chromosomal disorder that makes her appear to be in her early teens. As a result, she has trouble meeting men - until her alcoholic sister sets her up with a suspected pedophile. The real trouble is, she likes him.
Written by: Lia Romeo
Starring: Rachel Anne Godbe, Clayton Michael, Craig Peterson, Leslie Wisdom

About Still Life

This world premiere play offers a touching and humorous look at life and loss in the terrorist age. A series of subway bombings have shut down the city, and Lydia is stuck with her annoying son-in-law awaiting news from her daughter who was last seen getting on the train. To make matters worse, a celebrated photographer won't leave Lydia alone. Honorary mention on the Kilroy List 2015.
Written by: Barbara Blumenthal-Ehrlich
Starring: Gretchen Douma, Pilar O'Connell, Brandon J Simmons

Productions

2015 Season

Secret Arts Gathering
Seattle | Ongoing
Exhibition & pARTy
SEA 5.6 | NYC 5.17
Roving Silent Disco
Seattle | July 31
Dark Comedy
Seattle | Sep 16 – Oct 3
World Premiere Play
Seattle | Sep 16 – Oct 3



Select Past Productions

World Premiere Play
NYC | July 2013
World Premiere Play
NYC | August 2012
Educational Workshop
NYC | February 2014
Started 2014
6 Salons in 2014
Started 2013
4 cycles complete

About

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Forward Flux Productions is an arts production company based in Seattle.

Our mission is to present innovative projects that connect people with art in unexpected ways. We challenge the boundaries of tradition by reimagining the audience experience. We are committed to presenting work about the right now, and striking a meaningful dialogue that stirs a lasting impression. Founded in NYC in late 2010 by Wesley Frugé, Karesia Batan, and Rafael Landeiro. The company relocated to Seattle in early 2015. We are thrilled to join and contribute to the artistic landscape of the Emerald City!

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Forward Flux Productions is powered by Shunpike. Shunpike is the 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that provides independent arts groups in Washington State with the services, resources, and opportunities they need to forge their own paths to sustainable success.



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Creative Team

Click on a team member below for bio and more information.
Wesley

Wesley Frugé

Founder + Artistic Director
Benjamin

Benjamin Benne

Literary Manager
Pilar

Pilar O'Connell

Marketing Coordinator
Nate

Nate Omdal

Creative Producer


Anthony

Anthony Phillips

Production Assistant
J Reese

J Reese

Marketing Director
Emma

Emma Watt

Associate Producer
karesia

Karesia Batan

Co-Founder + Advisor


Rafael

Rafael Landeiro

Co-Founder + Advisor

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Forward Flux in the Press

Forward Flux shows what the future of theatre looks like.

-Portland Theatre Scene, July 2015


Forward Flux featured in Portland Theatre Scene. July 2015.

Forward Flux featured in Portland Theatre Scene.


Write up about our silent disco, What the Float.

Write up about our silent disco, What the Float.

Artistic Director Wesley Fruge appears on New Day Northwest to discuss collaborate:create.

Artistic Director Wesley Fruge appears on New Day Northwest to discuss collaborate:create.


Write up about The Flux Salon and an interview with Wesley.

Write up about The Flux Salon and an interview with Wesley.

Rave review for Forward Flux's world premiere production of "FriendAndy.com" at FringeNYC.

Rave review for Forward Flux's world premiere production of "FriendAndy.com" at FringeNYC.


Review of "You May Not Belong" exhibition. collaborate:create Cycle 4 in NYC.

Review of "You May Not Belong" exhibition. collaborate:create Cycle 4 in NYC.

Review of The Flux Salon VII by Duane Kelly.

Review of The Flux Salon VII by Duane Kelly.

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