Theatre Battery Presents
Kiki's Delivery Service (PREVIEW PERFORMANCE)
By Eiko Kadono, Adapted by Jessica Siân
Thu, Aug 8 at 8pm
60 Tickets for each performance will be available for Radical Hospitality Reservation online. Additionally, 30 seats for each performance will be held at the door exclusively for walk-up audiences. If you make a reservation and need to cancel, please contact us at email@example.com so that your seats can be released. Thank you!
Theatre Battery Presents
Kiki's Delivery Service by Eiko Kadono, Adapted by Jessica Sian
Directed by Kathryn Stewart
Opening August 10th, 2019 @ Theatre Battery, Hosted by Kent Station (NEW SPACE is next to Gental Dentle and near to Panera Bread)
Kiki is a 13-year old witch who flies away from home on her broomstick to start her own small business. On the path to success in a strange new place, Kiki must learn to trust her magical powers and find the determination to change a community for the better. Based on a series of books by Eiko Kadono and later adapted into a hit anime film by Hayao Miazaki, this will be the first American production of Jessica Sian's live theatre adaption.
Appropriate for audiences of All Ages.
All performances of Kiki's Delivery Service will be served to audiences with RADICAL HOSPITALITY: No-Cost Admission for All.
Featuring: Jessica Askew, Michael Cercado, Aimee Chou, Laura Dux, Shauntal Pyper, Malex Reed, & Fune Tautala
Scenic Designer: Lex Marcos, Costume Designer: Janelle Kimbrough, Lighting Designer: Amber Parker, Sound Designer: Erin Bednarz, Stage Manager: Kait Mahoney, Choreographer: Jenny Vaughn, Technical Directors: Tiana Ross & KyeAnne Wilde, Producer: Logan Ellis, Director: Kathryn Stewart.
Promotional Photo Credit: Brett Love
Hosted by Kent Station
444 Ramsay Way, Suite 107
Kent, WA 98032
[Next to Gentle Dental]
Radical Hospitality: No Cost Admission for All
THEATRE BATTERY produces experimental plays for the suburban community of Kent, Washington. We aim to nurture our audience's understanding of the connection between theatre and relevant social issues through the presentation of contemporary works in nontraditional settings. As Kent's only source of theatre operating outside of an educational institution, Theatre Battery tasks local artists to create socially testing and unapologetic work that ignites the community.
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