The classic tale of Bonnie and Clyde is retold with language that is part blues lyrics, part gangster slang, and part scripture, creating earthy and poetic dialogue. Portrayed as a modern day Romeo and Juliet, the story follows these star-crossed lovers in a struggle for survival. They run from the police in the hope of spending just a few more days together.
The Conservatory is a Seattle art space and coffeehouse, community meeting place, and artists’ workshop in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood, a growing and glowing arts haven in Seattle near I-5, just north of Boeing Field. The Salon produces new play readings and full productions on the second Friday of every month at The Conservatory to give local playwrights a public place to present new work in development to a live audience. Wine, cider, beer, and coffee are available for purchase.
Contact Salon curators Kate Danley, , or Margaret O’Donnell, , for more information.