‘The Language Archive’ is selling out in Langley — don’t miss it

Posted in Member News, Theater and Dance

March 12, 2014

The word is out!

Don’t miss OutCast Productions’ “The Language Archive” at the Black Box Theater at the Whidbey Island Fairgrounds in Langley.

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David Mayer, Sean Brennan and Gail Fleming try to communicate in “The Language Archive” at OutCast through March 15. /  Photos by Jim Carroll

It’s your last chance to see this quirky, funny, contemplative show with a great cast; only three performances are left at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday March 13, 14 and 15.

Come and enjoy this poignant and funny play about what we as humans say (and what we don’t say) in our efforts to communicate. Ned Farley directs a play by Julia Cho full of whimsy, comedy and strife—one that follows its heart and manages to communicate everything in the end.

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Katie Woodzick is riled by what remains unsaid in Julia Cho’s “The Language Archive.”

The cast includes David Mayer, Hollie Swanson, Katie Woodzick, Gail Fleming, Sean Brennan and Jennifer Bondelid. Set design is by Farley and K. Sandy O’Brien, and was constructed by Lars Larson and Jim Carroll. The lighting is by Alex Wren.

Tickets are $18 for adults; $14 for students/seniors (62+).

Get tickets at Brown Paper Tickets or tickets can be reserved for will call and paid for at the door by cash or check by emailing ocp@whidbey.com.

Visit www.outcastproductions.net for more information.

The Whidbey Island Fairgrounds are at 819 Camano Ave. in Langley.

(Pictured at top, Sean Brennan plays a variety of gents, all struggling to say something,  in “The Language Archive.”)

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