SalesmanI’m delighted to announce that I’ll be joining ReAct’s cast of Death of A Salesman by Arthur Miller for a fully-staged reading presentation this Sunday at the Elliot Bay Book Company. If you’d like to make a seat reservation ahead of time, please visit Brown Paper Tickets.

This cast includes some incredible Seattle talent, and I’m enormously pleased to be learning from and enjoying their skills. See the sidebar to the right for details!

Photo courtesy of Casey Stryer

Hopefully you and many other Seattle residents have and will.

You may have already spotted us in Jefferson Park two weeks ago, but I’m be appearing in a series of site-specific works with Lucia Neare’s Theatrical Wonders through December. Here’s a snippet from the project’s website:

There’s No Place Like Home

“There’s No Place Like Home,” a spirited citywide folly celebrating home and stewardship, takes to Seattle streets starting October 21, 2012. A blue Victorian house rolls through city neighborhoods on a series of adventures, accompanied by a family of singing bears and merriment of gnomes. Over the following six weeks, you might see the blue house in your neighborhood, and if you do, be sure to say hello. The happy revelry culminates at twilight on December 8, 2012, at Green Lake Park, just in time for winter hibernation season.

Blue!