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Founded by Seattle actor Richard Nguyen Sloniker, Azeotrope's mission is to create a space where audiences confront the marginalized and obscured, bringing visibility to the invisible. We hope to broaden Seattle's cultural and artistic environment with vital, urgent, and exciting projects that would otherwise be underrepresented.
On Jesus Hopped the A Train:
"We are interested in Jesus Hopped the A Train because it, like many plays we are drawn to, expresses a unique story deeply rooted in the human psyche," says Artistic Director Richard Nguyen Sloniker. "One of Azeotrope's key intents is to do work that goes outside what we ﬁnd comfortable, to have the courage to go beyond and into realms in which we feel inept or even implausible to contend with. Wherever there is dissimilarity, there is tension. There is discomfort. Or violence. Our work will move toward that which we fear. The private. The perverse. The dangerous."
"As an urban story featuring marginalized and ethnic characters, Jesus Hopped the A Train provides representation for certain types of people that few Seattle residents have seen on stage," says Director Desdemona Chiang. "We are also particularly excited to present the work of Stephen Adly Guirgis, a nationally renowned writer whose voice is incredibly raw, muscular, and relentless."
Jesus Hopped the A Train features performances by Richard Nguyen Sloniker (Red Light Winter, The Cider House Rules), Ray Tagavilla (A Lie of the Mind, The Mistakes Madeline Made), Angela DiMarco (Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, A Language of Their Own), Patrick Allcorn (The Bells, Border Songs) and newcomer Dumi, in the role of Lucius Jenkins. The creative team includes scenic design by Deanna Zibello, and costume design by Kimberley Newton.