Pork Filled Players Make Bacon at Seattle's Off Jackson, May 28

News   Pork Filled Players Make Bacon at Seattle's Off Jackson, May 28
 
SEATTLE-- Add to the ranks of Seattle's late night sketch and/or improv groups a new one known as Pork Filled Players, which opens its first show entitled At Work: Makin' Bacon Fri. May 28.

SEATTLE-- Add to the ranks of Seattle's late night sketch and/or improv groups a new one known as Pork Filled Players, which opens its first show entitled At Work: Makin' Bacon Fri. May 28. This group, an off-shoot of Northwest Asian American Theatre, will offer up a refreshing multi-ethnic take on todays hottest topics.

They will play at 11 PM Thurs., Fri. and Sat. through June 6, following the performances of Gold Watch at Theatre Off Jackson, 409 7th Ave. S. at St. Performances are free. For further information call (206) 340-1049.

-- By David-Edward Hughes
Seattle Correspondent

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