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The Kidney’s Alright: An Evening to Benefit José Amador
June 29, 2018 @ 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm PDT
(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.