January 16, 2015 - February 14, 2015
The secretaries in a lumber yard in Big Bone Oregon live in a world of their own devices. Diet shakes, perfect grooming and a pattern of men falling into buzz saws makes a happy workplace until a new secretary is hired and starts to ask questions. Adult material, may not be suitable for under 17.
January 25, 2015 - January 25, 2015
Poor Eugene! He has been left with the overwhelming task of leading the marriage encounter after his boss is a no-show. Unprepared and ill-equipped for such responsibility, he makes his best effort to counsel three couples, each with their own set of cock-eyed challenges, who just might push him over the edge. Part absurdist, part black humor, and with a whole lot of heart, this show is sure to please anyone in a relationship or ready to get out of one.
February 20, 2015 - February 28, 2015
Do you often find yourself saying, "Oh geez, that is so Seattle"? You're not alone. From ristretto shots to the hundreds of people who bike in sponsored gear but are not professional cyclists, we're going to celebrate the stuff we see everyday in the Emerald City. There will be games, songs, stories, and jokes a-plenty. Put on your fleece with melted parts, bring your friends, invite your bus crush, and come on down to enjoy an evening with local comedian and songstress Bridget Quigg. See you at The Schmee in Belltown!
March 20, 2015 - April 18, 2015
In a backwater Kansas town, the art commission is awarded $20,000 to give to a local artist of its choice. Who to give it to? In addition to the often uneasy mix of art and money, add a touch of Race, a smidgen of Aesthetics, and a spoonful of Townhall Politics. Catherine Trieschmann's comedy aims for the heart of the often confusing, sometimes controversial questions of "Is it art? Who gets to make that decision? And if it is art, how much is it worth?"
April 30, 2015 - May 16, 2015
Darkly funny play takes place in a reality not too different from ours -- except that all meat has been pulled from the grocery shelves by the government for some mysterious reason. Hungry dinner guests wait for a latecomer to arrive before they can eat their meatless meal. As the hour grows later and later, their stomachs growl, their desire to be sated grows desperate, and the traces of civilization begin to decay. A production by our friends at MAP Theater, and directed by Aimee Bruneau.
May 2, 2015 - May 2, 2015
Al Angel brings his unique take on contemporary Jazz to the intimate setting of The Schmee. Engaging, Eclectic and Energizing, Angel's brand of Jazz mixes the traditional with ten minutes from now.
May 29, 2015 - June 27, 2015
In this biting and hysterical satire of Hollywood, Shanley exposes the dark underbelly of making Movies the American Way... through intrigue, blackmail, sexual persuasion and, when all else fails, honesty. Producer, writer and actresses tangle in a high stakes tag team that determines if Johnny dies or lives to anchor the sequel. Join us on opening night of "Four Dogs and a Bone" for a celebration of food and the body as James Beard award winning chef Tiberio Simone, using the human body as his canvas, and natural fresh ingredients as his paint, creates a living work of art on our stage. Photographs from the "La Figa Project," a collaboration of Simone and photographer Matt Freedman, will be on display in our gallery.
June 12, 2015 - June 20, 2015
Interrobang joins forces with Theater Schmeater and The 14/48 Projects to present four editions of "Script Tease." Each night will feature a different playwright, director, and cast of six actors, some from the improvised theater community, some from the scripted community. In November 2013, Domeka Parker created "Script Tease" with the Brody Theater in Portland. In June 2014, she workshopped the format with Interrobang in Seattle. In November 2014, Interrobang brought it to a Seattle stage for the first time. Now, we'll bring four new productions to the stage. Each night, a playwright will have written the first six pages of a full-length play. The actors will be assigned their roles and given their scripts for the first time on stage. Once each has finished silently reading the script, the play will begin. The actors will perform a staged reading of those six pages, then lay the scripts aside and finish the two-act play via improvisation. Tickets are $10 at the door. Produced and curated by Dave Clapper (Interrobang), Catherine Blake Smith (Annex), Julia Griffin (Theater Schmeater), and Megan Ahiers (14/48). Artist roster to be announced as it's finalized.
July 9, 2015 - July 27, 2015
A collection of seven unlikely characters, including a photocopy boy with a peanut allergy, a loveable CEO douchebag, and a failed actress beleaguered by seagulls face their existential crises with whatever they can get their hands onÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂincluding the creative, hilarious and reliably naughty brains of the audience. Come help fill in their blanks as they sing dangerously catchy tunes, fight to be your protagonist, and collide with each other in a world YOU define as they search for the ultimate full happy feeling of Peanutty Goodness
July 11, 2015 - August 15, 2015
A family friendly retelling of The Epic of Gilgamesh. Filled with adventure, romance, fights, magical creatures and much more.... Bring the family and a picnic for a fantastic afternoon in the park!!
The World Premier of The Epic of Gilgamesh was work-shopped and performed in May 2015 by the Advanced Drama students at Hamilton International Middle School in Seattle.
August 7, 2015 - August 15, 2015
We are going "Prime Time" with the August edition of Questionable Content with 8:00 pm starts. Two teams compiled from some of the best improv and standup artists in the city contest in a battle of wit and humor. Hosted by David Rollison, with John Munchak as The Score Keeper.
September 11, 2015 - October 10, 2015
Suddenly last summer Mrs. Venable's son Sebastian left her home when he took his annual Mediterranean romp. Instead he took his poor cousin Catherine, who now is the only person who knows the details of Sebastian's death. Mrs. Venable has employed a young psychotherapist to remove the story from the disturbed young woman's memory. Williams' tale is told through a lens of mid-century denial and poignant sexual code.
November 20, 2015 - December 19, 2015
You've turned the corner...the sign post up ahead...its The Twilight Zone-Live! Three episodes from the classic TV show presented live on our stage. The Midnight Sun (Nov, 1961) follows a young artist sweltering in her apartment as the earth slowly spirals into the sun. Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up? (May 1961). Bus passengers are stranded by a storm at a roadside diner while rumors of UFOs fly on the radio and it seems there are more passengers than there should be. The Night of the Meek (Dec 1960). A drunken dime store Santa discovers the true meaning of Christmas. Do not miss this years classic.