David Foubert is honored to join the cast of ACT – A Contemporary Theatre’s production of the venerable Dickens classic “A Christmas Carol”, now in its 39th year of production in the Seattle area. David will be taking on the role of Jacob Marley, in addition to other characters in the production.
More information to come closer to the holidays, but as this is a Seattle tradition tickets are already on sale at http://www.acttheatre.org/Tickets/OnStage/AChristmasCarol. The production opens Nov 28th (the day after Thanksgiving) and runs through December 28th.
David is excited to be making his debut with Seattle institution ACT – A Contemporary Theater this summer. He will be appearing in two of the three one acts featured in their annual “Evening of One Acts”, which runs from July 18 – August 17.
David Foubert (far R) with the cast of ACT’s Evening of One Acts 2014.
From ACT’s press release:
Three celebrated writers and their trio of short plays stretch the imagination with magic, surprise, wonder, and a dose of science fiction fantasy to the summer. Famous for their successes on the big screen and the stage, we take a look at what Martin, Allen, and Shepard bring to their respective short stories.
David will be appearing in two of the three works:
Patter for the Floating Lady by Steve Martin [featuring David Foubert as the Magician]: The bittersweet conclusion of a romance between a lovesick magician and his aloof assistant.
The Unseen Hand by Sam Shepard [featuring David Foubert as Cisco]: Loners, outlaws, and aliens come together in a wild affirmation of free will and pioneering human spirit.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit: http://www.acttheatre.org/Tickets/OnStage/AnEveningofOneActs