Time: 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm Doors at 7:00pm, Show at 7:30pm Cost: $0–12
$12 General, $9 Sylvia Center Member, $6 Student Location:
Sylvia Center for the Arts 205 Prospect St Bellingham, WA Contact:
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SPONSORED BY LANTZ SIMPSON & VICTORIA McCALLUM
A comical spin on the events of Homer’s ‘Odyssey’, written by 2019 ‘Serial Killers’ finalist Rosalind Reynolds and directed by long-time iDiOM actor Christopher Coombs.
The first entry in iDiOM Theater’s 2019–20 New Works Series, playing September 20–28 at Sylvia Center for the Arts.
The Greek heroes are finally home from Troy, but their re-entry to domestic life has not been easy. Between murder, revenge, betrayal, disappointment, and lingering mistrust, these royal families put the ‘δίς’ in dysfunctional. Can counseling help them patch up their rocky relationships before it’s too late? An unconventional therapist is determined to try—although she may have an agenda of her own.
A modern twist on ancient legends, GODLIKE is about salvaging relationships, rekindling sparks, and learning to let go. Because in the end, not all relationships can be salvaged, even when the gods are helping. *Especially* when the gods are helping…
PERFORMANCES (all shows doors at 7:00pm, curtain at 7:30pm):
* Friday, September 20
* Saturday, September 21
* Thursday, September 26
* Friday, September 27
* Saturday, September 28
* Free for iDiOM Theater Season Passholders
* $9 for Sylvia Center members (learn more)
* $12 for General/non-members
* $6 for students (with valid student I.D.)