Author: Katherine Grant-Suttie

Dinner Theatre to Sacrifice Virgins to

“Congratulations- you are confirmed as┬ávirgin actor…”   After 5 years of on & off beating around Seattle’s theatre scene, I have been invited to join the 14/48 Projects in a new riff on their “world’s quickest theatre festival”. Originally, the 14/48 Festival was just that: 14 plays written, cast, directed, rehearsed, scored, designed, premiered in 48 hours. Like any other…

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Dumpsite Extension

The sweetness of acting in this dark cerebral psycho thriller has been furthered by the addition of 6 more performances! Dumpsite continues July 17, 18, 19 & 24, 25, 26 at Seattle Immersive Theatre‘s secret warehouse. Tickets are still available– though note the audience is capped at 20 for an intimate & unique experience. All tallied, I will have performed…

On set with Hostile Work Environment: like LARP but with better dialogue

Hello! This past weekend I shot the pilot of Norm Owensen: Medieval Mercenary. It was produced by Hostile Work Environment, the pet production company of Peter Adkison, founder of Wizards of the Coast (a company of major geek cred). Since being cast back in April and working variations of the script both in LA & Seattle, it feels a little…

PCS’s Venus in Fur

Back from Portland having indulged in a weekend of champagne cocktails, Powell’s bookstore, bathing suit shopping, and shows. We saw Jeeves in Bloom @ Taproot Theatre before the rendezvous south and The Lost Boy on Saturday, which was deemed lackluster and its second act abandoned for other nightly revels. But the chief destination of our pilgrimage was to witness Portland…

Unanchored

But is the ship sailing yet? January is when everyone says they are going to change their life. End of August/September is the time when it actually happens. Within the course of two weeks, I finished stunt school, moved to Seattle, broke up with my boyfriend of 4+ years, and have been job hunting ever since. It was one of…