ToJ and a plethora of solo performers bring you the ninth installment of the annual Solo Performance Festival!
For nearly a decade, ToJ has partnered with solo performers to present you with the best in local and national one-person shows. This year, we’ve handpicked four uniquely different productions and also curated two evenings of short solo performances.
Human rights are inalienable, unassailable, unquestionable. But sometimes, we sacrifice our rights for a greater good.
It is the year of the Water Dragon and the eve of Grandma Maria’s 60th birthday. By the light of the karaoke machine, fueled by pork dumplings and diet Pepsi, she shares a dark secret from her Filipino gangster past with one lucky grandchild.
Comedian Dana Goldberg returns to Theatre Off Jackson in Seattle, WA for one night only! Raised by a wild pack of Jews, otherwise known as her mother and two siblings, veteran comedian Dana Goldberg is a force of nature on stage.
The Biscuiteater is a one-man show written and performed by Jim Loucks, based loosely on his childhood, told in his Southern storytelling style with songs and humor.
Sylvia O’Stayformore, and Honey Bucket, are bringing Miss Bacon Strip, the un-pageant back for another year! This is the show that showcases all type of drag performance and celebrates the fun and creative. Each year this ends up being one of the most popular shows.
Two allegorical tales of open carry gun culture in America. Openly We Carry is written by Stranger Genius Award winner Paul Mullin and Carry We Openly is written by Tacoma-based playwright Nick Stokes.
Please join us at the Sunday Night Shuga Shaq for an evening of dazzeling dancing, tantric teasing, and all around prismatic sexy magic with some of the hottest Burlesque Performers this side of the Mississippi. This show is unlike any other you will see in Seattle.
This show is an unrelenting look at a ten-day period in Copeland’s life during the mandatory ten-day waiting period before he could lay his hands on the newly purchased gun with which he planned to take his own life.
Seattle Experimental Theater is proud to present the return of its hit improvised play, The Doctor, an improvised parody of Doctor Who.
The Doctor is a completely unscripted time traveling comedy.
Wicked stepmothers, children lost in the woods, and wolves that eat grandmothers. Seattle Experimental Theater is proud to present The Wolf and The Witch, an original improvised fairy tale inspired by stories from the audience.