Nov 16 - 19, 2016


$25 • WAIT LIST 8:00PM • Studio Theater

Wed – Sat | Nov 16 – 19 | 8pm
Sun | Nov 20 | 5pm

WAIT LIST: Advance tickets for It's Not Too Late are currently sold out. Each day's waiting list will be started when the box office opens for that evening's performance only. Call (206) 217-9888 or come by in person to be added to that list. Read more about the wait list and how it works.

The merciless humor of comedian and social critic Paul Mooney is channeled in a fast-paced and ruthless new work merging stand-up comedy, theater, and physicality. Billing himself as “Seattle’s first Black talk show host,” choreographer and performer Markeith Wiley unveils a new no-holds-barred persona as an engaging, brutally direct entertainer and loquacious dancer. The episodic format of It’s Not Too Late features live music and a rotating cast of local guests.

Markeith Wiley is a California native now living in Seattle. He is a dance maker, performer, and instructor of many styles in the greater Seattle area. Wiley holds a BFA in Dance from Cornish College of the Arts and has performed with Lingo, Kitten N' Lou, Keith Hennessey, DeLaRue Presents, the Dance Cartel and more. Wiley was the Artistic Director of The New Animals and has plans for a new performance group the NogoodDoers to launch their first work in '17.

It’s Not Too Late is commissioned and supported through the OtB Performance Production Program.