Sarah Rudinoff’s NowNowNow at On the Boards, through April 3

Posted on March 28, 2016, 3:06 pm
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Seattle favorite Sarah Rudinoff is entering into the second and final weekend of her one-woman show, NowNowNow, at On the Boards. The solo work, directed by David Bennett and playing through Sunday, April 3, investigates personas and authenticity in a world saturated with selfies, Facebook and the ever-present FOMO. Rudinoff’s show has been highly praised for its comedic timing and undeniable wit, and her careful crafting of both the script and the theatrical experience is sure to leave you wanting to hit “like”–or even “love”–on NowNowNow the moment you exit the theater.

About Sarah Rudinoff:

Local triple-threat performer Sarah Rudinoff has been singing and performing in Seattle for the past 20 years. Her commanding stage presence, spot-on comedic timing, and gorgeous singing voice keep her in demand all over town. She recently completed a successful run in How to Succeed in Business at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre. She was last seen at OtB in Dayna Hanson’s The Clay Duke and in the NW 2014 New Works Festival, and in 2004 with her show The Last State.

Tickets are $25 general admission.

Sarah Rudinoff’s NowNowNow

When: Wednesday March 30-Sunday April 3. Showtimes vary, see website for details.

Where: On the Boards (100 W Roy St)

Claire Biringer is a Seattle-based music lover, educator and writer. She holds an MA in Music History from University of Washington, where her primary research involved contemporary opera and its social implications. She enjoys using music and writing to build communities and broaden minds.