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Keefee’s House of Cards

Keefee’s Back! Keefee’s House of Cards returns with an all new improvisational, interactive, blackjack theater experience.

Keefee's House of Cards, Printers Devil Theater, Seattle theatre, Seattle theater, Improv,Comedy, Downtown

Improv,Comedy

Printers Devil Theater

Venue: Rendezvous Jewelbox Theater
2322 2nd Ave
Downtown, Seattle
1-800-838-3006
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Opening Night: Friday, April 30, 2010
Closes: Friday, May 28, 2010

Import this date into Outlook or another calendar program Friday, May 7, 2010 from 8:00 pm to 9:30 pm   –   (PAY WHAT YOU CAN NIGHT!!!!!!!)

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Keefee’s House of Cards is an improvisational, interactive, blackjack theater experience. Walking into the Rendezvous Jewelbox Theater you enter Shenanigans, a casino located off-off-off the Las Vegas Strip. Four game audience members will have the opportunity to come onstage and play blackjack* live with Keefee, their sassy, unpredictable — and often intoxicated — dealer. Audience members who are “interaction-averse” can sip a cocktail and enjoy the show from the safe confines of a comfy booth. Keefee’s always happy to lend an ear and you can bet good money that he’s got some salacious stories of his own to tell.

The creation of local theater artist Stephen Hando, Keefee’s House of Cards had its premiere in 2009 at Theatre off Jackson as a full-length play with a cast of characters. This installment is all new and this time Hando is going solo. Director Jennifer Jasper returns to craft an evening that is both structured and wildly unpredictable.

*Please note: no real gambling will take place in this show. No money will change hands. No prizes of any kind will be awarded. Heck, we’re not even gonna use a professional blackjack table because doing so would be against regulations, and we’re law abiding citizens as well as artists.

Tickets are $13 in advance, $15 at the door.

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