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

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

Synopsis:
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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