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4twenty: Stories Examining, Celebrating, Demysitifying, and Normalizing Cannabis Culture
Fri, Apr 14 - Sat, Apr 22, 2017
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$12 - $15
Seattle Center House, 305 Harrison St., 4th Floor
Seattle, WA, 98109
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Tags: Short Plays, Short Flim, Short Musical, Cannabis, Culture, Advocacy, Progressive, Theatre, Theater, Performance, Cannabis Alliance, WARP, Educational

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WARP’s Spring 2017 Showcase is entitled: “4twenty”

This showcase features stories that examine, celebrate, demysitify, and normailze cannabis culture.


WARP Theatre produces short-plays, short-films, and short-musicals. Multi-disciplinary Opportunties are available to all auditioners.

WARP Theatre is an educational organiation offering opportunities to anyone who wishes to learn the craft of theatre. No previous experience required!

Joe Derr, Roger Neale, Jim Fox, Amy Youngblood, G. Mike West, Karen DeMasters, Evan Cristopher, John Paul Sharp

Allison Lloyd, Maggie Carrido Adams, Travis Michael Moore, Joe Derr

Amy Youngblood, Danielle Alexis Nichole Mitchell, Eric Singletary, Elizabeth Hagert, James Merritt, G. Mike West, Greg Beach, Karen DeMasters, Michael Lacker, Molly Blades, & Navia Panelo


“Bromancing the Stone”; Written by Joe Derr, Directed by Maggie Carrido Adams
Bromancing the Stone is a short play celebrating the diverse relationships recreational cannabis can create. Group of friends are dazed and confused.

“Do Canaries Get High”; Written by Roger Neale, Directed by Maggie Carrido Adams
Do Canaries Get High is a short-play which features a thought-provoking look into the mind of Harry Anslinger; by purposing an intimate connection between Anslinger and Billie Holiday during the days of early prohibition.

“Grass”; Script Written by Jim Fox, Music by John Paul Sharp, Directed by Allison Lloyd
The Grass is Greening is a short-musical, in three acts, where a young programmer falls in love and finds freedom through marijuana.

“Joint Disagreement”; Written by Amy Youngblood & G. Mike West, Directed by Travis Michael Moore
Joint Disagreement is a short-play demystifying the Cultural Revolution we are experiencing with the gradual lift of marijuana prohibition. Two young men are taught stoner edict by “seasoned” burners.

“Starbudz”; Written by Evan Christopher, Directed by Allison Lloyd
Starbudz is a short-play celebrating a not so everyday recreational purchase. Set in a recreational shop, complete with a variety of potency and tolerance levels.

“Who is the Criminal”; Written by Karen DeMasters, Directed by Travis Michael Moore
Who is the Criminal is a short-play examining the connection between profiteering and the “common criminal”

“Waiting for Weed”; Written by John Paul Sharp, Directed by Joe Derr
Waiting for Weed is a short-film examining the cultural and societal ramifications of Corporate Cannabis and the neglected communities they affect. Set in the queue of a well-established, but unnamed, marijuana retail chain.