Double (XX) Fest 2.0 Profile: The Best Things In Life are Money


Photo by Armen Stein

The Best Things In Life are Money by Megan Cohen, directed by Kaitie Huffman

Magic realism and brash comedy combine in this urban fairytale which examines the meaning of money, and seeks a new definition of “value.”  During their ten minute exchange, the piece’s two characters negotiate a surprising bargain, and the audience watches the story unfold through a linguistic mash-up of modern slang and florid heightened poetry.

About the Director:

Kaitie Huffman recently graduated from Stephens College, an all-women’s college in Missouri, where she learned the power of strong women in theatre. At Stephens, she directed many small projects, as well as a production of Love, Loss, and What I Wore. She is thrilled to be making her Seattle directorial debut!

Don’t miss this! Playing in Week 2, April 26-29


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