UNDOCUMENTED, written by Seattle immigration lawyer Margaret O’Donnell, looks at the realities faced by one undocumented immigrant family in Seattle, brought into the glare of public attention after an arrest by police thrusts husband and father Fredy into immigration detention, facing deportation. He attempts to navigate not only the criminal justice system, but the tortuously difficult immigration court system – with the life he has built for his family in this country at stake.
In the hush-hush world of the undocumented, a brush with police spins out of control…
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The Conservatory: UNDOCUMENTED kicked off the first performance in the Seattle Playwrights Salon’s Second Fridays at The Conservatory, a coffeehouse, community meeting place, and artists’ workshop in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood. The Salon is the only free, regularly scheduled public space in Seattle where playwrights and actors can bring new plays in development to the public, followed by conservation among audience, playwrights, and actors. To learn more about the Seattle Playwrights Salon, visit www.seattleplaywrightsalon.com.
Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral: Saint Mark’s Drama Ministry hosted a free performance of UNDOCUMENTED on Friday, October 7, followed by a panel discussion lead by Northwest Immigrants Rights Project director Jorge Baron. Click here for more details.
Burien Actors Theatre: UNDOCUMENTED made its debut Friday, August 19 and Sunday, August 21 in the Seattle Playwrights Studio Showcase.