Pony World Theatre presents:
Language Rooms by Yussef El Guindi
Directed by Brendan Healy
April 12 - May 4
at the Slate Theatre
Ahmed is the quintessential American worker, trying to do his job right while navigating the workplace politics of water cooler gossip and Super Bowl parties. Only this office is a secret military compound where Ahmed translates interrogations of terrorism suspects. Brilliantly shifting between comedy and suspense, Yussef El Guindi's award-winning Language Rooms takes Ahmed through a strange and unsettling journey. As his work and even his loyalties are called into question, Ahmed realizes that more than his job is at risk.
Featuring: Lowell Deo, Hisam Goueli, Abhijeet Rane, and George Sayah
Performed at the Slate Theatre 815 Seattle Blvd S, First Floor, Seattle, WA
April 12 - May 4
Thursdays - Saturdays
plus Monday, April 22
All shows at 7:30pm
Thursday, April 18 is $1 ticket night. A limited amount of regular priced tickets will be available online. All tickets sold at the door cost only $1.
Monday, April 22 is Pay-What-You-Can. Tickets available online.
Featuring the design talents of Dana Amromin, Dan Garlington, Sann Hall, Michael Notestine, and Amber Parker; with Annie & Justin Duffiance.
Language is presented by special arrangement with the Robert A. Freedman Dramatic Agency, Inc.
Pony World Theatre is fiscally sponsored by Shunpike.
The Slate Theatre (View)
815 Seattle Blvd S #140
Seattle, WA 98134
|Minimum Age: 15|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|
||The event says sold out, but we have one more friend trying to join us! Will any tickets be sold at the door? |
||We make all of our tickets for each show available through online sales. If a show is sold out, that means a ticket for every available seat is sold and no additional tickets are available. That said - sometimes people don't claim their tickets, and that sometimes allows us to sell those tickets at the box office the night of the show. In short: we can't guarantee any tickets will be available at the box office for a sold-out show, but there might be.|