Teensploitation

Over the past few years, Sgt Rigsby has brought you sweeping historical epics, tender and tearful romances, puzzling philosophical questions, hard hitting political/social drama; but never before has he tackled such an important theme: adolescence in America. With a nod to Judy Blume and R. Crumb, Teensploitation is a show … Continue reading

Small Town Rumors and Chicken Tales

Three-piece Seattle alt-bluegrass band and tall-tale artisans The Half Brothers take the stage at Theatre Off Jackson for two nights in March to ply their storytelling trade, accompanied by some of the city’s finest writers and musicians. SMALL TOWN RUMORS AND CHICKEN TALES shines a spotlight on Seattle’s renowned Half … Continue reading

A Terrible Price For Whimsy

“Roscoe is a boy inventor straight out of an Encyclopedia Brown book. His dog Scampers can talk. The two of them upset history by drunkenly driving a Timecycle through the past, accidentally killing Abe Lincoln, and causing a randy zebra to bugger the baby Jesus to death. It’s horrible; it’s … Continue reading

1,001 Nights of Cruisin’

The creators of Why? Why? Why? and the cult hit Stephen’s Late Nite Porn Show bring their talents together for tales of sex and debauchery. Scot Augustson’s Sgt. Rigsby & His Amazing Silhouettes place some of the more salacious tales of 1,001 Arabian Nights in a modern-day apartment complex where … Continue reading