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October 12, 2017

‘63 Trillion’ Brings Scathing Comedy To West of Lenin

Kirby Lindsay Laney
With an amazing cast, '63 Trillion' promises a very funny, very thought-provoking show!

With an amazing cast, ’63 Trillion’ promises a very funny, very thought-provoking show!

Sandbox Radio and Mud Bay Partners are partnered to bring a scathing comedy, and reflection of our times, to West of Lenin.  This new play by John Bunzel brings together a cast of outstanding, accomplished actors for ‘63 Trillion’, and promises audiences a clever, well-polished play, directed by Richard Ziman.

’63 Trillion’ is about a small group of financial advisors desperate to survive the worst financial crisis.  Who will win?  Who will lose?  Who will do the right thing?  How long will they wait to do it?

In rehearsals (l. to r.) David Pichette, director Richard Ziman, Charles Leggett, Terry Edward Moore, and David Gehrman.  Photo provided by Sandbox Radio

In rehearsals (l. to r.) David Pichette, director Richard Ziman, Charles Leggett, Terry Edward Moore, and David Gehrman. Photo provided by Sandbox Radio

Starring some of Seattle’s most accomplished comedy theater actors:  Amontaine Aurore, David Gehrman, Peter Jacobs, Jason Marr, Charles Leggett, Terry Edward Moore, and David Pichette.

Opening on October 20th, ‘63 Trillion’ will run through November 19th, at West of Lenin – a small theater with limited seating.  So, purchase tickets early, through the ’63 Trillion’ official website, and get in as soon as you can to see this amazing production.  Do the right thing – and don’t wait too long to do it!

 


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