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Friday, October 25 • 4:45pm - 5:45pm
These Streets: Telling Women's Stories

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The creators of the Seattle play, "These Streets" discuss their journey to create the most talked about production in Seattle this year.

THESE STREETS is an unconventional theatrical play and history project, inspired by women rock musicians in Seattle during the famed grunge years. Spearheaded by rock guitarist, Gretta Harley (faculty member at Cornish College of the Arts, and guitarist who played in several bands during the era), actor/playright Elizabeth Kenny and Sarah Rudinoff (Actress, Writer and Stranger Genius Award Winner), THESE STREETS is inspired by over 35 interviews conducted with and about the many women rockers who were integral to the Seattle music scene but have been overshadowed by the familiar bands and retrospectives.

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Ma'Chell Duma LaVassar

A 2013 EMP Pop Conference presenter, MDL's musings on music, sex and pop culture have appeared in New York Magazine, multiple Village Voice publications, the Stranger and Seattle Weekly.

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Gretta Harley

Seattle composer, performer, faculty member at Cornish College of the Arts. Co-founder of community org, Home Alive. Co-wrote the play, These Streets about women rockers of the grunge era. Current band: We Are Golden.
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Elizabeth Kenny

Actor, playwright. Her original solo show, “Sick,” received Gregory Award nominations for best performance, new play and production. Frequent speaker on story telling at conferences and universities. Co-wrote “These Streets” about the unsung women of grunge.
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Sarah Rudinoff

Sarah has been making theatrical work in Seattle, NY and LA for 20 years. A Stranger Genius Award winner, she has toured her solo shows all over world. She co-wrote These Streets about the unsung women of grunge and is half of the band, We Are Golden.

Friday October 25, 2013 4:45pm - 5:45pm
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