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Welcome to Braggsville
Wed, Jun 07 - Sun, Jul 02, 2017
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$15-50
   Location:
Center Theatre at The Armory
305 Harrison Street
Seattle, WA, 98109
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Features: TPS Discount, Student Discount

Tags: Welcome to Braggsville, theatre, poetry, Teen Tix, discounts, #WelcomeToBraggsville

Content Warnings:
Show contains strong language, racial slurs, and some violence.

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Pay-What-You-Will: Wed, June 7
Previews: Thursday, June 8 and Friday, June 9

TPS/AEA: Theatre Puget Sound (TPS) and Actors’ Equity Association (AEA) tickets are available to members for $20, and may be purchased on the day of the show as available at the Box Office window. You must show a valid TPS or AEA card to receive the discounted rate. Subject to availability. $15 tickets available to students. Must show valid ID at door. Best available seats one half-hour before curtain for $10 (cash only, please.)




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Book-It presents a darkly funny, world-premiere adaptation of Welcome to Braggsville, a novel by T. Geronimo Johnson. When good ol’ boy D’aron Davenport lets it slip that his hometown in Georgia hosts an annual Civil War reenactment, his new friends at UC Berkeley plan to stage a protest in the form of a “performative intervention.” Armed with youthful exuberance and misguided ideas of the South, the intervention has devastating consequences.

CAST
Naa Akua as Poet/Ensemble
Sylvie Davidson* as Candice
Rebecca Davis as Mrs. Brooks/Ensemble
Brace Evans as Otis/Ensemble
Doug Graham as Quint/Ensemble
Justin Huertas* as Louis
Andrew McGinn* as Sheriff/Ensemble
Olivia Martin as LeeAnn/Ensemble
Chris Mayse as Mr. Davenport/Ensemble
Mia Morris as Mrs. Davenport/Ensemble
Drew Starmer as Jo-Jo/Ensemble
Zack Summers as D’aron
Jazmyne Waters as Student/Ensemble
and Dimitri Woods* as Charlie

The design team is led by Scenic Designer Pete Rush with lighting design by Andrew D. Smith, costume design by Candace Frank, and sound design by Matt Starritt.