June 16, 2013, 2:00pm and 7:00pm
This performance has been moved to the Eulalie Scandiuzzi Space 
Running time: 1 hour, 30 minutes (including one intermission)  

Over 25 personal letters written to or from such luminaries as John F. Kennedy, Jackson Pollock, Dave Brubeck, John Steinbeck, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ronald Reagan, Oscar Wilde and a kid named Carlie. Hear some of Seattle's finest actors give voice to these intimate letters that will surprise, inspire and give new insight into the complicated relationship between fathers and their kids. Curated by New Century Theatre Company co-founder Paul Morgan Stetler and featuring the talents of Darragh Kennan, Tim Hyland, Bradford Farwell, and Jennifer Lee Taylor.  

Paul Morgan Stetler is a co-founder of New Century Theatre Company and served as its co-artistic director from 2008-2010.  He portrayed Mr. Zero in their celebrated inaugural production, The Adding Machine in 2008 and directed their 2nd stage production of Holy Days by Sally Nemeth in 2012.  Paul has been an actor in Seattle for nearly 20 years and has appeared in numerous productions at ACT Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Intiman, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Village Theatre, as well as numerous regional theatres across the country.  Paul has recently returned to NCTC as a company member after a two-year leave of absence.  He is married to playwright Stephanie Timm and proud father of Hayes and Sylvie and dedicates Dear Dad to his late father, Charles.