Mar 23 - 26, 2016
$25 week of show • BUY TICKETS Studio Theater
PLEASE NOTE: WAITLIST ONLY | Thu - Sun, Mar 23 - 27
Call the Box Office (206.217.9888) 3pm-6pm day-of show
NowNowNow is a two week engagement
Wed – Sat | Mar 23 – 26 | 8pm
Sun | Mar 27 | 5pm
& Wed – Sat | Mar 30 – Apr 2 | 8pm
Sun | Apr 3 | 5pm
Social media. Performance. Authenticity vs. scripted reality. Veteran Seattle performer Sarah Rudinoff works with director David Bennett to find a personal truth in a world of created personas. How and why do we present ourselves online? How do we change our voices and personas to fit the mediums of our time?
Rudinoff tests the solidity of her own curated realities and wonders why she created them in the first place. She uses shifting narratives, intimate confessions, and her spot-on comedic timing to unravel the schizophrenia of modern living.
Local triple-threat performer Sarah Rudinoff has been singing and performing in Seattle for the past 20 years. She was last seen at OtB in 2014 in Dayna Hanson’s The Clay Duke and in the NW New Works Festival, and in 2004 with her show The Last State. Director David Bennett recently directed the award-winning play Torso by Keri Healey. He is known for directing large-scale musicals, many at the 5th Avenue Theatre.
NowNowNow is supported by the OtB Performance Production Program.
Sarah Rudinoff painting by Jodi Brown