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On the rocky islands north of Scotland, it is told 'round the peat fires that the selkies transform into beautiful lasses on Midsummer's Eve and dance on the beach, celebrating the dual nature of the seal people - land and sea. SELKIE, directed by senior Theatre major Amelia Hensley, chronicles the story of 13-year old Ellen Jean as she discovers a hidden pelt that unlocks a mystery foretold and is set on a path to find "the knowin" she desparately seeks. Produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois.
Appropriate for patrons 12 years old and up (children under the age of 5 years old will not be permitted in the theatre).
All performances will be voice interpreted. This production runs approximately 60 minutes - there is NO intermission.
All ticket sales are final - there are no refunds and no exchanges - due to the limited number of seats (85 seats) available for each performance.
Patrons need to be in their seats no later than 10 minutes before the show starts. There will be no late seating once the show starts.
Performances are March 7-9, 2013 in the Gilbert C. Eastman Studio Theatre on the Gallaudet University campus at 800 Florida Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20002-3695. Free on-campus parking is available. Metro - RED Line - New York Avenue.
This on-line credit card system (TicketLeap) stops processing credit card transactions three (3) hours before the start of the event. Once credit card transactions stop, ticket purchases must be made at the Box Office Window with cash or by local check. The Box Office Window is open two (2) hours before each performance.