Seattle | Theatre Off Jackson Tuesday, November 8 at 7:30pm

John Paulsen & Theatre Off Jackson Present

An open rehearsal of doolymoog & The Tangle

With a special screening of silent film short


By Seattle cartoonist Pat Moriarity

Location: Theatre Off Jackson 409 7th Ave (7th & Jackson in Seattle's International District)

Cost: your donation of any amount is greatly appreciated


Reception following the presentations.

Seattle's Northwest Film Forum and Wiggly World Studios organized an event they called COMIC BOOK ARTISTS MAKE MOVIES. They gave 8 cartoonists a super 8 camera, a roll of film, and 2 days to shoot a movie. One of the cartoonists was Pat Moriarity. He scrawled out the storyboard one morning at Beth's 12 Egg Omelet House, enlisted 3 friends to help, and the result is the silent film HEY! YOU'VE GOT MY BILLFOLD! Starring (the thief), (the girl), and Pat Moriarity himself, as the victim.

About Theatre Off Jackson: Theatre Off Jackson is committed to preserving, maintaining and operating the Theatre Off Jackson as a venue for the Seattle performing arts community, the Asian American community and the International District community.

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New York | HERE Arts Center Nov 30 - Dec 17

NOV 30 - DEC 17 $15/$18
Wednesday - Saturday 8:30pm, Sunday 4pm
Previews Nov 25 - 28 $10 Fri, Sat, Mon 8:30pm; Sun 4pm
Talk backs with John Nov 26 - 28
Nov 28 - 2 for 1 Theatre Artist Monday

HERE Arts Center
145 6th Ave. (between Spring & Broome)
For Tickets & Information: 212/868-4444

About HERE:
Since 1993, HERE has been one of New York's most prolific producing organizations, and today, it houses New York's most daring and unique theatre, art, music, and dance in its recently purchased facility. Previous works originally produced by HERE include Trey Lyford & Geoff Sobelle's Drama-Desk nominated all wear bowlers, Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues, Basil Twist's Symphonie Fantastique, the inaugural production of The Dream Music Puppetry Program, Camryn Manheim's Wake Up! I'm Fat, and original musical and dance works created and directed by Kristin Marting. HERE supports the work of artists at all stages in their careers through full productions, artist residency programs, festivals, and subsidized performance and rehearsal space. All work at HERE is curated based on the strength and uniqueness of the artist's vision. This production is being presented through HERE's supported Artist Program, which provides artists with subsidized space, as well as technical and administrative support.

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