Going On - A One Woman Show by Liz Richardson
Seattle Shambhala is excited to present an evening of entertainment by Liz Richardson, an actress from the stages of London and Canada. Her show tells her personal journey weaving together the themes of breaking into the acting scene as an understudy with Peter O’Toole - waiting for the call that she would be ‘going on’ - along with the experience dealing with her ailing mother during her 3-year retreat at Gampo Abbey.
As Plank Magazine describes, “She stands on a stage with a single chair and takes on over a dozen characters in the telling of her personal story of discovery, realization and simply going on. No props or costume changes are needed for Richardson to inhabit each of the characters she portrays. Her voice of Peter O’Toole is spot on.”
“Richardson is telling a story about her life that she is very keen to tell. She draws from her early acting experiences and from recent heart wrenching personal and family dramas that are all too real.” - Vancouver Fringe Festival Review from "Culture, Travel, Food, Music - Vancouver and Beyond"
A Going On show ticket is included in the fee for the Maitri Five Wisdoms program, so no need to purchase a ticket separately. See the Maitri Five Wisdoms program page for more detail.
Tickets to this event can be purchased by registering below and paying the advanced ticket price of $25 or the patron price of $45 online. If you choose to pay at the door the price will be $45.
Liz Richardson is generously donating her time to this fundraiser. We will be dedicating all proceeds to kick off our center fundraising for Shambhala Day. We thank you for your generosity in supporting this event as well.
Elizabeth Richardson is an accomplished Canadian actress with over 30 years experience. A graduate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) she has performed in major theatre, film and television productions in England and Canada. Elizabeth has worked with acclaimed international actors and directors including Peter O’Toole, Brian Cox, John Madden, Adrian Noble and Roger Michel, and played leading parts in London’s West End, the Bristol Old Vic, the Neptune Theatre in Halifax, the Shaw Festival in Ontario and Canadian Stage in Toronto.
Location: Great Hall at Epiphany Parish, 1805 38th Ave, Seattle. Use entrance closest to the corner of E Howell St & 37th Ave. There's limited parking in the small parking lot on the corner of E Howell St & 37th Ave, otherwise there's ample street parking.
Our Generosity Policy: We have a generosity policy to make our offerings available to all who wish to participate. If the program price is an obstacle for you, please consider what works for you, and offer as much of the program fee as you can. For those who can offer more than the program price, we have a "patron price". Your generosity in offering the patron price helps cover the costs for others who are not able to pay the full price.
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