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The Kidney’s Alright: An Evening to Benefit José Amador
June 29 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
(photo by Bruce Clayton Tom)
Join us for an evening of music, spoken word, and sketch comedy to celebrate and benefit one of the pillars of the Seattle creative community: José Amador (aka The Beige One), as he recovers from a recent kidney transplant.
It will be a talent-packed night with sketches by Aaron Allshouse, Brent Johnson, Cory Nealy, Erin Stewart, John McKenna Josh Knisely, Kirk Anderson, Megan Ahiers, SkotKurruk, Spencer Joplin-Wack, and performances by Omar Willey, Lola E. Peters, Christine White, and other special guests.This is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate José and support each other as a creative community. 100% of the ticket proceeds and donations go to José as he recovers.
Friday, June 29
Program begins at 7:30p / Doors at 7:00p
At The Grocery Studios
3001 21st Ave S, Seattle WA 98144
10 minute walk from Beacon Hill light rail station
José Amador is a local playwright/director/actor who has been actively involved in the Seattle Theater scene for the last two decades. As a playwright, he has written two solo plays, A Walk in the Dark and El Hijo Prodigo, along with numerous full-length, short-plays and sketches featured at or by 14/48, Disgruntled Bit Players, Death/Sex, Greetings from Styx, among others. As a director, his most recent productions include 14/48, Duels at Northwest New Works, Black Like Us at Annex Theatre and Katrina: I Too Am Worthy at the Langston Hughes Arts Center.