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Aug 7–31, Wednesdays–Saturdays, 8–9:30 pm, Aug 10–25, Saturdays, 2–3:30 pm & Aug 18–25, Sundays, 2–3:30 pm, ended Aug 31, 2019
12th Avenue Arts Capitol Hill (Seattle)
$20 - $40
Listening to a manic PhD student and a human man-bun argue about whether they should bring a child into this hell world might not sound like a good way to spend part of your evening, but after watching Really Really Theatre Group's production of Duncan Macmillan's 2011 chamber play Lungs, I can comfortably say I recommend it. On a bright, bare set designed by Lex Marcos—tiled with huge pieces of extremely well-sanded plywood, so it almost looks like the white room in The Matrix—the man, played with warmth and a deceptively lulling calmness by Arjun Pande, announces his desire to help produce a child. This statement unleashes a torrent of hopes, joys, fears, and misgivings from within his partner (Erika Vetter, who plays her role with incredible skill and dynamism). What follows is nearly 100 minutes of smart, charming, rapid-fire dialogue about a deal-breaker issue for many: Should we have a baby? Macmillan's language sparks with enough wit and intelligence to hold your interest. by Rich Smith

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1620 12th Ave Seattle, WA 98122 Venue website



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