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Welcome to the Sandbox One-Act Play Festival blog! As you may have noticed, we are currently on hiatus. Please take a moment to peruse our site and enjoy the many talents of our cast and creative team, as so beautifully captured by John Ulman and others. And to everyone who has ever supported, attended, or participated in SOAP Fest, we sincerely thank you for being a part of something new.

Fresh from the Sandbox

A special thanks to John Ulman for beautifully capturing another successful lineup of three new world premieres. We look forward to bringing you more “fresh theatrical brevity”* of the greatest artistic integrity in 2017!

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James Lapan and David Anthony Lewis in Chosen Less, by Phillip Lienau, directed by Kelly Kitchens. For more production photos, please click here.

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See SOAP Fest before it’s gone!

Las Cruces_1000Terry Edward Moore and Haley Alaji in Las Cruces, by Vincent Delaney. Photo by John Ulman.

Making the rounds at KOMO with playwright Vincent Delaney

Vince stopped by KOMO TV to talk with host Molly Shen on the 4pm show, and then over to News Radio to visit with Jane Shannon and Tom Glasgow. And we got the inside scoop on what prompted him to write Las Cruces. To listen to the radio interview, please click here. IMG_0905

SOAP Fest is a City Arts Recommended Event!

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Keeping Divine Company in Seattle Met

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A Seattle magazine Editor’s Pick!

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Art Zone with Nancy Guppy on May 22nd!

We’re still pinching ourselves. Rock star Nancy Guppy interviews SOAP Fest coordinator Amy Love, airing at 8pm on the Seattle Channel, Friday May 22nd. http://www.seattlechannel.org/artZone/?videoid=x55052
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On their feet

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Haley Alaji and Terry Edward Moore rehearsing Las Cruces, by Vincent Delaney. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Table work

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Playwright Carl Sander and director Tim Hyland recently met with their cast for a first read through of the script. Carl brought donuts. Needless to say, they’re off to a great start.