Happy Opening Day, everyone!
If you’re not going to make it to an M’s game for a while, you might want to check out the new production now on at Seattle Public Theater at the Bathhouse at Green Lake – a play called “Back Back Back,” running through April 22nd.
Here’s the synopsis of the play from Seattle Public Theater’s website:
Back, Back, Back is sure to score a home run right in time for Opening Day. This New American Plays Award Winner by Itamar Moses, explores whether greatness always come with a price. Follow the turbulent careers of three very different professional baseball players, one of whose steroid secrets bring them under federal scrutiny. Go inside the locker room to witness the how these teammates do battle for their careers, their honor, and the future of America’s favorite pastime.
Due to the content of the play (partial nudity and language), it is recommended for teenagers and adults only.
To wrap up production on April 22nd, the theater invites everyone to a tailgate party and potluck behind the bathhouse. The tailgate party begins at 1pm, and attendees can meet and take photos with the cast, as well as enjoy some great food from the community. Children are welcome and can play ball outside. The final showing of “Back Back Back” begins at 2 p.m. and youth are $5 with accompanying adults.
You can purchase tickets to “Back Back Back” here.