Co-Produced by Dacha Theatre
A dark comedy about love, desperation, and visibility.
Fri, Feb 21 at 7:30pm
The Moors by Jen Silverman
The wind-swept moors are a bleak and vicious landscape, and their inhabitants are no less wild. Two sisters, an erratic maid, and a rather large mastiff strategize, scrub, and sigh in a labyrinthine Victorian mansion. The entrance of a governess and crash-landing of a moor-hen set all four on a strange trajectory, one step closer to the thrill and danger of being truly seen.
Dacha Theatre, in association with Theatre Off Jackson, is proud to present the Pacific Northwest premiere of Jen Silverman’s dark comedy. This touching, violent, and relentlessly funny love letter to the life and work of the Brontë sisters will delight anyone who has curled up with a British novel, toured a haunted house, or giggled at an unlikely animal friendship.
“The Moors” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. www.concordtheatricals.com
Directed by: Mike Lion
Assistant Director: Donovan Olsen
Agatha — Jen Faulkner
Huldey — Anubhuti Sood
Emilie — Rachael Uyeno
Marjory — Lara Dohner
The Mastiff — Casey Bowen
The Moor-Hen — Emily Huntingford
TICKETS: Sliding scale and pay-what-you-can tickets are available to every performance. There is no difference in experience between the ticket costs.
The show runs for approximately 105 minutes. There will be a short intermission.