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    4/20 Next Stage Showcase

    2018 Next Stage Showcase:

    “The Stories We Tell”

    LIVE MUSIC | POETRY | PAINTING | DANCE | FILM

    A multi-genre moving collaboration through Fremont Abbey’s downstairs gallery space. “The Stories We Tell” will explore the role of the individual in the larger narrative of life and ask audience members to “find your place in the story.”

    Featuring: Suzi SpoonerJake Haber “Habes”Allison MortonLuke MartinLynn LeNatalya ZrazhevskayaLindsey MooreTyler Dobies, & Tommy Ferguson.

    100% of proceeds from ticket sales go to Next Stage Youth Cohort. Support local youth artists!

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    April 20th @Fremont Abbey7:30p show, 7p doors
    All ages, seating available

     

    The views and opinions expressed at Abbey Arts events are those of the artists and performers and do not necessarily reflect Abbey Arts. Open dialogue with Abbey Staff and the Next Stage young artists is welcomed and encouraged. Audience members can expect a pg-13 rating for this show. Please visit our About Page for more info, & a link to our Respect Policy.

    2018 Next Stage Cohort Features (left to right): Suzi Spooner (Visual Art), Jake Haber “Habes” (Music), Tyler Dobies (Poetry), Lynn Le (Visual Arts), Allison Morton (Visual Art, Poetry), Luke Martin (Music), Natalya Zrazhevskaya (Dance, Music), Tommy Ferguson (Film), Lindsey Moore (Visual Arts)

    ABOUT NEXT STAGE:

    A professional development program for young artists 18-24. The ongoing program involves professional training designed to help emerging Seattle area musicians, performance poets, and visual artists grow towards a sustainable career in the arts.

    For More info about the Next Stage Program visit: www.fremontabbey.org/next