Pictures From Our January Production
First Look Reading Series
The Ever-Changing World of George Cunningham
by Jaryl Allen Draper
Directed by Jen Moon
If you had a chance to change your past would you? And if you did what kind of consequences would occur? A story about George Cunningham’s epic battle with his time machine and the everyday choices we make in life. What is more important? What you had? Or what you have?
Jaryl Allen Draper is a local actor, playwright, and forced vegetarian. He started writing when he attended Central Washington University in 2006. He has written four full length plays and a several one acts. He loves to write comedies and when challenged by his peers to write a serious play, he wrote a ten minute piece about a mime’s funeral….. In 2009 Draper and his wife produced their own festival of plays to help raise money for their wedding. Jaryl has been performing with Seattle Playwrights Collective for the past couple years. You can catch his play “Anatomy of a Text Message” in the upcoming SPC festival iPlayz: Short Plays about Surviving the Digital Age.
George – Brendan Toner
Harriet – Madison Rengli
Mitch – Justin Ison
Trisha – Erin Ison
Dad – Peter Cook
Stage Directions – Machelle Allman