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Tag: Nick Stokes


Nick Stokes does ghosts and homeless people in the eerie Old City Hall

Last night I went to see ghost and homeless people in Old City Hall. No, it’s not what you think – it’s an evening of two new plays by Tacoma playwright Nick Stokes. My review’s here, and I definitely think you should see it before the run ends on Nov. 22.

But what’s really interesting about this show (apart from the plays, of course) is that Stokes got a great venue for cheap. Tacoma’s Old City Hall is far from the glory days of 2006-07, when developer The Stratford were angling for luxury-condo clients like Dale Chihuly for

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Two new plays from Nick Stokes at Old City Hall

The name itself should be enough to rope you in: Playwright Nick Stokes has teamed up with director Phoebe Keleman and actor Evan Tucker to form Probably Forgettable Productions, in order to produce an evening called “The Greatest Plays Ever Written by Nick Stokes!” Plus, the show will be staged in Old City Hall – you know, the one with the bell tower and possibly hauntings. But in case you’re still on the fence about going, here’s the lowdown.

Stokes is an active playwright-around-town, his work appearing at the recent Northwest Festival of Plays at Tacoma Little Theatre and

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