Triceratops Love Song
Somniterum Productions is proud to present Triceratops Love Song, a new play by Hannah Merrill, as the first production of its inaugural full season.
Director - Karl Divoky
Stage Manager - Jaime Shure
Set & Costumes Designer - Grace Creelman
Lighting Designer - Miriam Creelman
Sound Designer - Hannah Preisinger
Friday Nov. 22 @ 7pm
Saturday Nov. 23 @ 7pm
Sunday Nov. 24 @ 2pm
Monday Nov. 25 @ 7 PM (Industry Night, all tickets at industry price)
Theatre Puget Sound's Black Box
1st Floor of Seattle Center Armory, accessible via entrance to Center Theatre
General Admission $25
Industry Rush: $15 in person at the venue once house is open (Friday-Sunday).
Sharp-witted, irreverent, and brokenhearted from her best friend's recent death, Ellie comes home from the funeral to find her estranged younger brother Noah - an aspiring geologist - on her doorstep, unwilling to even say why he's there. Hoping to prove that he should trust her, Ellie begins to recount her relationship with the best friend she just lost - Calvin, an idealistic lawyer who enjoyed playing with plastic dinosaurs. By accepting even the strangest of Ellie's flaws, and thoroughly believing in her potential for goodness, Calvin gave Ellie increasing courage to speak about what haunted her, but now that he's gone she's unsure what to do.
As Ellie tries to deal with her grief and Noah's demons become increasingly difficult to ignore, they grow to realize how much they need each other. But Noah continues refusing to confront their shared trauma, and it's up to Ellie to use her new courage to bridge the gap and prove that a hellish past doesn't have to define the future.
(Content Warning: This play includes discussions of sexual abuse, violence, self-harm, and suicide attempts. For more information, send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org)
Theatre Puget Sound's Black Box (View)
305 Harrison Street
Seattle, WA 98109
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|