I’m a Markheim. A sort of angel. But not the sort with wings and a harp and a halo.
Markheims are the black ops. We do things other angels can’t... or won’t. Upstairs pulled me outta retirement for a mission down in this soggy town. But when it was done I didn’t go back. I had questions. And the answers weren’t up above.
Now I’m walking neutral, half-fallen, in what we angels call the Show. But I gotta watch my back. ‘Cuz things can always get uglier.
Make your reservations here.
Can you believe Sandbox Radio Live! has been broadcasting for a year now?
Neither can we. That’s why we’re calling our upcoming fifth(!) episode “An Unexpected Twist”. The Sandbox Artists Collective will be recording our latest offering before a live audience on Monday, July 23 at 7:30 at Fremont’s newest theatre, West of Lenin.
Entirely new, fresh and locally grown, Sandbox Radio Live! is written, produced and performed by some of Seattle’s hottest stage talent. This latest episode, An Unexpected Twist will include new short plays by Scot Augustson, Emily Conbere, and Elizabeth Heffron, plus Episode 5 of Paul Mullin's noir-angel serial Markheim, plus an original poem by Reggie Jackson, and special musical guests John Engerman and Heather Curtis Mullin.
Members of the Sandbox Artist Collective currently scheduled to appear include: Megan Ahiers, Eric Ray Anderson, Gin Hammond, Tracy Hyland, Kelly Kitchens, Charles Leggett, Peter O'Connor, Larry Paulsen, Annette Toutonghi, Kathryn Van Meter, Cynthia Whalen and guest Jim Gall.
Original music will be provided by Jose Gonzales and The Sandbox Radio Orchestra: Charles Leggett, Dave Pascal, Dan Tierney and Rob Witmer.
You won’t want to miss this, and you won’t want to wait until the podcast gets posted.
Plus! Before the show and during intermission enjoy our newly added bonus feature from last episode, The Sandbox Bar! Featuring beer, wine, mixed drinks and other refreshments.
Come see it LIVE! on Monday, July 23.
Who: The Sandbox Artists Collective
What: SANDBOX RADIO LIVE!: An Unexpected Twist
Where: West of Lenin (Located at 203 N. 36th Street, a few blocks west of the Statue of Lenin in the center of the universe,Seattle's Fremont neighborhood.)
When: Monday, July 23, Sandbox Bar opens at 7:00, house opens at 7:30 with a live music set, show starts at 8:00pm
How much: Donations gratefully accepted at the door. Reservations recommended and Available through brownpapertickets.com by clicking here starting Monday, July 2.
Sandbox Radio is conceived, produced and directed by Leslie Law.
Subscribe to the podcast of Sandbox Radio and listen to past episodes at the iTunes store: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sandbox-radio-live/id452830642