SEATTLE -- Theatre Babylon is presenting "Nineholes," its popular annual festival of 10-minute plays, starting Feb. 13. On the bill this year are Antietam Redux by Marcy Rodenborn (a couple re-enact their own Civil War), Coiled by R. Nina Ruchirat (friendship, sex and the precarious line between them), Monkey Brains by Bill Ratcliffe (Crazy folks and dead simians' cerebrums), Context by Jonathan Foster (probing the artistic merit of nude scenes), City Song by Heidi Heimarck ( a love story in sepia and silver), Love Theory by Wayne Rawley (love in line for the bus), Meeting in the Ladies Room by Valerie Bush (grafitti as a mode of communication), A Ghost Emerges by Juan Insua (a woman used to breed finds a man without dignity) and Rub A Dub Dub by William Cole (a nursery rhyme for sailors and landlubbers alike).
"Nineholes" is presented by Theatre Babylon at Union Garage, 1418 10th Ave on Capitol Hill , Thu-Sat at 8 PM, Feb. 13-Mar. 10. For tickets ($9) call (206) 720-1942.
-- By David-Edward Hughes