Victoria C. Woodhull: Spiritualist, Suffragist, Free Lover—and in her time, the most famous woman in the United States. In 1872, she ran for President. By the time of her death, she’d been nearly erased from history. On the last night of her very long life, Victoria reckons with spirits and voices from her past as she […]

Penny Tahlequah & the Ms Olsen Incident

July 2nd, 2021 - Posted in

Listen as Take a Stand Theatre presents a radio murder mystery like no other. Artistic Director Chris Boscia directs a cast of hooligans in Amy Drayer’s new radio drama, Penny Tahlequah and the Ms Olsen Incident. Born and raised on Makah Island and born with a nose for news and trouble, Penny Tahlequah finds both […]

Home – A Radio Play

October 24th, 2020 - Posted in

We have all spent plenty of time at home lately. Join us and listen for what home is like from seven diverse perspectives. Recorded live at Vashon Center for the Arts on October 8th, 2020. Monica Speaking by Jean Rebbeck Monica’s love for people clashes with her sales quota at the Home Base Insurance Company…and […]

Monica Speaking

October 24th, 2020 - Posted in

Monica Speaking by Jean Rebbeck Monica’s love for people clashes with her sales quota at the Home Base Insurance Company…and with her demanding supervisor Breanna. It’s all about numbers verses nurture. Directed by Charlotte Tiencken Cast: Monica- Tami Brockway Joyce Breanna- Cate O’Kane Mom- Jeanne Dougherty Janyce- Sarah Overman Jared- Rowin Breaux Nico- Yuto Yawata

The Reincarnation of Aunt Ratana

October 24th, 2020 - Posted in

  The Reincarnation of Aunt Ratana by Germaine Shames Kate and Mali, a married gay couple, live happily in a San Diego bungalow with their rescue cat, Mung Bean — until Mali becomes convinced that the feline is the reincarnation of her Aunt Ratana, a family pariah believed to have been a witch. Directed by […]

The Wind Chimes 

October 24th, 2020 - Posted in

The Wind Chimes by Trista Baldwin The edges of Sara and Tom’s on-paper-perfect life fray under pressure of the pandemic, its restrictions, isolation and way too much togetherness. Directed by Charlotte Tiencken Cast: Sara- Kate Dowling Tom- Michael Shook Sound Effects by Michael Golen-Johnson, Amy Broomhall, Gabriel Dawson Stage Manager- Susan McCabe Special thanks to […]

Glory, Glory, Vanish

October 24th, 2020 - Posted in

Glory, Glory, Vanish by Eva Suter The questions of Where are We Going? And Where are We Now? Become moot as three sailors drift upon the sea, upon their musings and the buoy of macho buffoonery. Directed by Bryan Willis Cast: Eric- Brian Tyrrell Lief- Mik Kuhlman Red- Rowin Breaux Sound Effects by students from […]

Birds Are Feeding Me

October 24th, 2020 - Posted in

The Birds are Feeding Me by Rex McGregor One person’s pleasure is another’s annoyance and at least one other’s spiritual salvation as three characters express their individual perspectives on the joy – or not — of friendly sparrows. Directed by Darragh Kennan Cast: Doug- Michael Shook Kim- Amy Broomhall Marion- Kat Eggleston Sound Effects by […]

Boy

October 22nd, 2020 - Posted in

Boy by Chris Eli Blak An African-American father and son discover the safety of deep love as they work through a surprising revelation together. Directed by Chris Boscia Cast: Dad- Ronnie Hill Son- Rowin Breaux Sound Effects by Michael Golen-Johnson, Amy Broomhall, Gabriel Dawson Stage Manager- Susan McCabe Special thanks to Vashon Center for the […]

Meals On Wheels

October 22nd, 2020 - Posted in

Meals on Wheels by Bill Wood Nonagenarians, Sylvia and Roger, traverse the road through dementia, its funny and melancholy road bumps, over a single meal that ends with cold bread pudding. Directed by Charlotte Tiencken Cast: Sylvia- Jeanne Dougherty Roger- Paul Shapiro Nancy- Susan McCabe Sound Effects by Michael Golen-Johnson, Amy Broomhall, Gabriel Dawson Stage […]