Have you ever wanted to jump down the rabbit hole and escape the normalcy of everyday life? Join Copious Love as we do just that, starting this Friday night! Alice’s Anthem is a highly interactive psychedelic experience and much different from other adaptations inspired by Lewis Carroll’s classic tale.
Dark, independent, and ferociously adolescent our Alice is a troubled and somewhat psychotic teenage arsonist. When we meet her she is off her medication and desperately trying to escape her home, her boring life and her mother. While running, Alice meets the town eccentric and follows him to a Tea Party unlike any other. As she begins to hallucinate and trip the people around her start to change into some familiar characters and her journey toward enlightenment and self-discovery rapidly takes a detour.
This is a new original work put on by a fun, energetic crew, plus there is a chance for audience engagement! Upgrade to the VIP Adventure Pack when buying your tickets or get them at the door when you arrive.This option is “high”ly recommended and enables you to play along with the characters in the show. It includes a tote bag full of adventurous items that will allow you to experience Alice’s Anthem in FULL EFFECT. This is not your average theatrical night out. This is Electro-Cabaret! Come play with us!
Written by Chelsea Madsen | Music by Tony Gavilanes | Directed by Brendan Mack
$15 General Admission
$12 Student/TPS/Senior (w/ ID)
PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN Thursdays! (Cash/Credit at Door)
ADMISSION + ADVENTURE PACK! $25
LIMITED SEATING (85 capacity) It is highly advised to buy advance tickets.
Friday September 26th, 7:30pm
Saturday September 27th, 2:00pm & 7:30pm
Thursday October 2nd, 7:30pm
Friday October 3rd, 7:30pm
Saturday October 4th, 2:00pm & 7:30pm
Thursday October 9th, 7:30pm
Friday October 10th, 7:30pm
Saturday October 11th, 2:00pm & 7:30pm
RICHARD HUGO HOUSE map | website
The Richard Hugo House is on Capitol Hill, in Seattle on 11th Avenue in between Pine and Olive. It’s the big greenish building across from the soccer fields at Cal Anderson Park, with a brand spankin’ new sign out front.
PARKING CAN BE TRICKY. Be sure to allow extra time to find a spot! There is a parking lot behind the venue but spots are LIMITED. You can park in any of the spots that say “For Richard Hugo House patrons.” Just don’t park in the reserved ones. If there are no available spots in the parking lot, there are paid diagonal spots across the street that you can purchase for four hours max. We highly recommend carpooling, busing or taking your bike up to the venue as Capitol Hill can be a very busy part of town on the weekends.
CAPITOL HILL is one of Seattle’s best neighborhoods. This community hosts some of the best restaurants, bars, and clubs that our city has to offer. Vibrant and continuously bustling, this is a great spot to make your theatre date complete!
Oddfellows Cafe for lunch, dinner and some delicious drinks, great for larger parties!
Lost Lake Cafe a premiere 24-hr diner, all you need to know is: chicken and waffles.
Quinns for impeccable atmosphere, libations, as well as the city’s best burger.
If you want to know more about this incendiary project, take a leap and read all of our posts about Alice’s Anthem!
We’ll see you on the other side of the Looking Glass!