February 22-March 10, 2013 
Created by Gretta Harley and Sarah Rudinoff in collaboration with Elizabeth Kenny
Directed by Amy Poisson
Falls Theatre

This rock ‘n roll story is inspired by women musicians in Seattle during the famed grunge years. An original piece of theatre based on over 40 interviews with the people who lived it, These Streets is a gritty, funny, and powerful fictional story where the characters' past and present lives collide with their past and present music, played and sung by the performers and a live band.

Created by Stranger Genius Award winner, theatre maker and actress Sarah Rudinoff; rock musician, teacher and composer Gretta Harley; and playwright and performer Elizabeth Kenny (Sick). Directed by Amy Poisson (Annex Theatre, Seattle Children's Theatre, Seattle Public). With music by: 66 Saints, 7 Year Bitch, Bell, Capping Day, Danger Gens, Faster Tiger, Flood, The Gits, Hammerbox, Incredible Force of Junior, Kristen Barry, Maxi Badd, and more.

Stop by The Project Room every Thursday from 6:00pm-7:00pm, Feb 21 - Mar 7, for a special pre-show event featuring the musicians who inspired These Streets. Read more here.  

Banner Photo Credits (L to R): © Lucy Hanna; Lucy Hanna; David Leonard.

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These Streets, a new theatrical play inspired by the women rock musicians of Seattle's grunge years, will make its world premiere at ACT - A Contemporary Theatre in February 2013. While the performance is at the core of the project, it is also a deeper, ongoing project that seeks to create an addendum to history. Elements of the ongoing project will be featured during a month-long installation at The Project Room (TPR) on Seattle's Capitol Hill. Learn more here

These Streets at The Project Room Press Release