The Syringa Tree Revisits Roots at Seattle's ACT Theatre, Oct. 31-Nov. 23

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The Obie Award-winning The Syringa Tree by Pamela Gien returns to its roots as the solo work, concluding Seattle's ACT Theatre 2003 season, Oct. 31-Nov. 23.

The play was developed in the Bullitt Cabaret space at Seattle's A Contemporary Theatre in 1999 before going on to successful runs in New York and London. Gin Hammond and Eva Kaminsky will alternate in the one-woman drama which spans four generations of South Africa from apartheid to freedom through the stories of two families.

Larry Moss, who directed the original ACT run and Off-Broadway staging of the play, returns to helm the new Seattle run at ACT's Falls Theatre.

The design team for The Syringa Tree features Kenneth Foy (set), Steven B. Mannshardt (lighting) and Tony Suraci (sound).

Tickets to The Syringa Tree at ACT at ACT, 7th Avenue and Union Street in Seattle, WA, are available by calling (206) 292-7676 or online at www.acttheatre.org.

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