by R.H. Tyrrel
Feb. 26 @ 8:30pm
Feb. 27 @ 5:00pm
Mar. 3 @ 8:30pm
Mar. 5 @ 7:00pm
at The TPS Black Box
(1st Floor of the Armory
through the Center Theatre Lobby)
Copious Love Productions presents the world premiere of Blue Paint by R.H. Tyrrel. Thomas and Maggie feel trapped by each other’s world, both have to lose something in themselves to find each other. Maggie is all heart and Thomas is all brain. Opposites attract. That’s science. Relationships take work. That’s life. We look in on this odd yet appropriately matched couple during two different stages of their relationship as they try to teach each other how to grow. But are they growing apart in the process? Can either compromise without losing themselves? Directed by Joshua Jon, this relatable and charming show will leave you asking, what does love mean to you?
Amy Korver as MAGGIE
This makes show #3 with Copious Love (they seem to tolerate her for some reason) and Amy couldn’t be more thrilled to make her SFF debut! Amy graduated from SPU (along with Reverman and N-Song) and is now singing, playing, acting, and teaching around Seattle with other delightful theater companies such as Book-It Repertory, Gilbert and Sullivan Society, Burien Actors Theatre, and Edmonds Driftwood Players. In her free time she eats all the food and fixes her bike’s flat tires. All the love to her family, both genetic and chosen.
Alex Reverman as THOMAS
Alex Reverman is delighted to be making his debut with Copius Love Productions. He majored in Theatre at Seattle Pacific University where his favorite credits include Georg Balthasar Schott in Bach at Leipzig, Leonato in Much Ado About Nothing and Dutchy in Is He Dead?
Joshua Jon, DIRECTOR
Joshua Jon is the incoming Artistic Director of Arouet, and will be helming a new translation of Albert Camus’ Caligula this May at the Ballard Underground. Other Seattle directing credits include Sidewinders (Fantastic Z) and Don Juan in Chicago (Arouet). Last year, you may have caught one of Joshua’s short plays Lulz (Fantastic Z New Works) or Ballad of Mary Jo (Medicine Ball: Playwrights V. Poets). He continues to be inspired by the love of his friends, pop art, and the American West.
Nicole Song, STAGE MANAGER
Nicole is thrilled to be working with Copious Love for the first time! She’s also stage managed for Washington Ensemble Theatre, Taproot Theatre, West of Lenin, and Seattle Children’s Theatre (Summer Season). In the day, Nicole helps raise money for Pacific Northwest Ballet as their Donor Information Coordinator. Thank you for supporting local theatre!
R.H. Tyrrel, WRITER
R.H.Tyrrel has been writing since she read Harriet the Spy in secrecy under her desk in 4th grade. Tyrrel spent most of her childhood reading, most of her teenage years reading, and is probably reading somewhere right now. She has a B.F.A. in Creative Writing & Theater from the Santa Fe University of Arts and Design, which had a very cozy library. She not so secretly loves Ice-T, dancing to 90’s pop songs, and Static Shock. This is her first one act.
Kyle Wolf, SOUND & LIGHTING DESIGN