2019 Nights at the Neptune RSVP

STG's Nights at the Neptune: A People's Theatre Joint series is an annual multicultural and cross-disciplinary celebration of local artists.

Please select the show(s) you would like to attend below:

July 25, 2019

Experimental sound artist and producer Kole Galbraith presents this concert bringing together musicians from various backgrounds and ages who will challenge the notion of race, sound and performance.  The headliner is Cornish and Mills graduate Zachary James Watkins, who creates site specific sound installations. The indigenous experimental collective PANNA will present the second installment of their sonic narrative piece.

Also on this night, there will be a pre-show performance organized by the STG Young Ambassadors.
August 1, 2019

To be Black is rich.  Sabayet  is an interactive night at the theatre. Sacred and creative meet through live storytelling, working toward a healing experience beyond the fourth wall. Audience participation is requested. This installment, Origins, explores generative paths that shape Black identity. Featuring experimental film, audio meditation, & other interactive modes. Produced and Directed by Adam Jabari. Made by POC.
August 8, 2019

La Espiritista’s “Butterfly: Una Transformación” is a book release show for their first published work of poetic prayer and features original pieces from the book. Both the book and show are invested in the healing arts and committed to creating messages of radical self-love and faith, especially for those in Trans, Queer and POC communities.
August 15, 2019

An important part of Seattle’s history told in a story of hope and determination. This documentary examines the Central District where legendary artists such as Ernestine Anderson, Patrinell Wright, Jimi Hendrix, Quincy Jones, Sir Mix-A-Lot and Ishmael Butler were from. The film also examines the equally historic gentrification taking place today and looks to the future of Seattle’s African-American community. Film followed by discussion and sounds by Itstr3nt. 

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One of the meta goals of A People's Theatre Joint is building a more multicultural and connected community in the arts. To that end we partner with Artist Trust and local artists to make that vision reality.

This year we have also partnered with Crosscut, a Northwest non-profit news organization. We believe they do a vital service in their coverage of not only the arts but the social, economic, and environmental issues that truly concern the people. 

Because of your interest in and support of our Nights at the Neptune series, we would like to continue the conversation with you around arts and culture in the area. Please indicate your contact preference below.

The following questions are optional and are not required as part of your RSVP.

However, by providing this information you are helping us to accurately represent our programs to granting and other support organizations - ensuring that we can continue to offer these opportunities to the community. Your response is greatly appreciated. 

Any information you provide us will be anonymous and will not be connected to your application. 
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