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Kent's Theatre Battery presents six plays Dec. 15

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Kent's Theatre Battery will present six short plays on Dec. 15 at Kent Station.
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Theatre Battery is set to bring world premiere plays to Kent Station at 8 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 15.

More than 40 local artists and producers will create six completely original works, and they will perform in full production after only 24 hours of writing and rehearsal combined. The production is called Sleep is for the Weak: A 24-Hour New Play Festival.

Kent Station will host and sponsor Theatre Battery as they transform a vacant storefront into a fully functional new theatre space. The competitively chosen ensemble introduces several emerging and established artists of the Puget Sound region to Kent while also featuring the homegrown company regulars of Theatre Battery.

The performance is set for the vacant storefront next to Coldwater Creek, 417 Ramsay Way.

Tickets are $10 and available at Theatrebattery.com.

The playwrights are Suzanne Bailie, Netanya Bonter, Roland Carette-Meyers, Lindsay Carpenter, Kendall Rosenberg and Stephanie Weis.

The directors are Kandace Audra Arens, David Bailey, Jaron Boggs, L. Nicol Cabe, Allison Dunmore and Kathryn Stewart.

The actors are Austin Bennett, Meredith Binder, Brianna Brooks, Violet Bruno, Jeanne Conley, Anthony DeLeon, Tim Gagne, Charles Hawkins, Autumn Jensen, Greg Laurel, Arries McQuarter, Mike Murdock, Shawna Petty, Bruno Pina, Andrea Peace, Maizy Perdue, Maria Teleten, Heath Thompson and Yasmin Habib.

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