Celebrate Seahurst with S‘mores and More!—This Friday!

All are invited to celebrate the opening of Seahurst Beach! We may not have a traditional bonfire…
but the campfires will be ready for s’more making and we will have lots of fun activities!

Friday, October 3rd from 6:30-8:00PM.
Seahurst Park, 1600 SW Seahurst Dr SW, Burien

Bring your flashlights and camp chairs and enjoy the beautiful new beach at Seahurst Park!

· Join a sing-a-long around a campfire with members of The Jangles

· Listen to Native American storytelling with Che ok’ ten

· Enjoy activities hosted by the Environmental Science Center

o Plankton Adventures on the beach

o Shoreline Restoration Tour

o Make a Salmon Lifecycle Bracelet

· Make a s’more

· Free coffee and cocoa provided by Burien Press

Parking is available in the upper lot with shuttle service.
For more information please contact Burien Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services at 206-988-3700 or at parksinfo@burienwa.gov

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Auditions for comedy “Bob’s Holiday Office Party” at Burien Actors Theatre

Burien Actors Theatre announces auditions for the Northwest premiere of the comedy “Bob’s Holiday Office Party,” written by Joe Keyes and Rob Elk. Actors of all ethnicities invited to audition.

Synopsis: In this irreverent satire in which no cows are sacred, insurance agent Bob Finhead’s whacked-out friends and clients stop by his small-town Iowa office for their chaotic annual holiday bash. The town mayor, the sheriff, the twin farmers, the stoner, the town floozy and the pastor’s wife have already RSVPed for this year’s raucous event. Will Bob fulfill his dreams of a bigger life and escape their narrow-minded thinking, or is there a purpose for him in Iowa? Will any of it matter once the party starts, the bickering begins and the drinks hit the floor? “Devastatingly funny!”—L.A. Times. The show has been a smash hit in L.A. for 18 years.

Performances are at Burien Actors Theatre in Burien from Nov. 28 through Dec. 21, 2014. Rehearsals begin on Oct. 20.

The stage director is Isaiah Crowson.
$100 stipend provided.

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Photos by Mike Wilson
From left to right: Dotty (Stephanie Spohrer) makes excuses to her husband, Hamel (Adam Hegg) in the comedy "Out of Sterno." The show runs from Sept. 26 through Oct. 19 at Burien Actors Theatre.

Out of Sterno - Burien Actor's Theatre

Dotty lives what most of us would consider a “sheltered life.”

She hasn’t left her apartment in seven years. She suspects absolutely nothing when a nude photo of another woman appears in the jacket pocket of her less-than-affectionate husband Hamel. She still follows her mother’s advice that would make even a 1950s housewife cringe. Dotty’s style of dress also seems stuck in that period.

She lives an existence that seems straight out of Samuel Beckett-style absurdism. But what happens next would be more fitting in a Lewis Carroll novel than anything else.

Burien Actor’s Theatre opens its 35th season with “Out of Sterno” by Deborah Zoe Laufer, a surrealist black comedy that explores a naïve young woman’s awakening to modern feminism with quirky twists and turns that keep you guessing up until the very end.

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