BASH Theatre and Radial Theater Project present Beating Up Bachman, a new play by Seattle-based playwright Wayne Rawley. The world premiere of Beating Up Bachman will be presented January 25 – February 16, 2013 at West of Lenin in Fremont.

When the three sisters of a small town dysfunctional family are set upon by emotional disaster and financial ruin, the men decide the best course of action is to find the person responsible. The oldest sister desperately tries to hold everything together when all she really wants is just for everyone to get out of her kitchen.

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Beating Up Bachman is Radial Theater Project’s third collaboration between Seattle-based performers and playwrights. The characters and relationships in Beating Up Bachman were developed in
improvisational workshops conducted by the director, the playwright and the acting company beginning in late 2011. Playwright Wayne Rawley then wrote the script over the summer of 2012.

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Beating Up Bachman opens on Friday, January 25, and runs through Saturday, February 16. Performances are at 7:30pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, plus a special Monday performance on February 4. The performance on Monday, February 4 is pay-what-you-can at the door for any remaining tickets.

Tickets are $15-$20 in advance and $17-$22 at the door. Advance ticket sales are available online at or by phone at 800.838.3006.

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Performances are at West of Lenin in Fremont, located at:
203 N. 36th Street
Seattle, WA 98103