New theatre production offers hope and healing from tragedy in Orlando

A creative new fundraiser aims to remember the 49 men and women who died in the Pulse nightclub attack in Orlando, Florida, while raising money for victims' families and survivors. After Orlando brings together playwrights from Orlando and other parts of

A creative new fundraiser aims to remember the 49 men and women who died in the Pulse nightclub attack in Orlando, Florida, while raising money for victims' families and survivors. After Orlando brings together playwrights from Orlando and other parts of the US, UK, Canada, Africa and Australia; each contributing a play or essay that will be performed on stages in a number of major cities, including Seattle.

Andy Buffelen, Managing Director of Forward Flux Productions, and Matt Aguayo, who's creating a new performance piece for After Orlando, shared more about the production.

The Seattle presentation of After Orlando takes place on Monday, November twenty-first, at seven-thirty at Raisbeck Performance Hall at Cornish College of the Arts. CLICK HERE for more information.

Proceeds from performances of After Orlando benefit Pulse of Orlando, a nonprofit organization working to help Pulse nightclub attack survivors and victims' families. CLICK HERE to learn more about their work.

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