Season TWO of Toy Boat Theatre Continues!

After a two-and-a-half year hiatus following a six-month Spaceworks residency on MLK Way, Toy Boat Theatre woke up from "sleep mode" with a production of Jean Genet's infamous and sexy "The Maids" at King's Books, in July of 2014. 

We have now joined forces with University of Washington, Tacoma, and the Tacoma Arts Commission, for our next production:

by Naomi Iizuka, based on Homer's epic "The Odyssey"

Directed by Marilyn Bennett

~~ A Beautiful, Gritty, & Contemporary Journey~~

Based upon Homer's epic The Odyssey, "Anon" is a beautiful, gritty, very contemporary re-telling of the "hero's journey", exploring themes of immigration, interculturalism, poverty, violence, family, and the meaning of home. 
Performed by a company of eleven actors, including UWT students and community artists, the production promises a rich and moving portrait of the contemporary American myth of an immigrant 
fleeing war and seeking home in this foreign country filled with immigrants.

It is a moving reflection of the diversity of UWT, our city, and our region, and is written to be accessible to broad audiences in age, ethnicity, and experience.


The Performing Company of Anon(ymous) 
(All featuring photography by Peter Serko.) 

Preview, Thursday, May 7th
Friday, May 8th
Saturday, May 9th
Thursday, May 14th*
(*Pay-What-You-Can / First come first serve)
Friday, May 15th
Saturday, May 16th

(click the logo below for ticket purchase, on sale from 4/20 onward.)

We urge advance purchase, as seating in our black box is limited. 

Students $5
(Free to UWT Students, reservation required)
General $10

UWT Broadcast Theatre
007 Cherry Parks
1918 Pacific Ave.
Tacoma, WA 

(The theatre is located behind Indochine Restaurant; 
enter between restaurant and bar off of Pacific Ave.)

All Performances will begin at 7:30 pm
Media and Press please contact Marilyn Bennett for additional information and comp tickets.


Funding for this project is shared among Toy Boat Theatre, UWT, and a generous award from the Tacoma Arts Commission.