‘Namaste Man’ at Intiman Theatre — May 30 – June 22 —

21 May

“Namaste” is a Hindi expression used as a conventional greeting on meeting or parting—a word that means both hello and goodbye. Namaste Man, the autobiographical play by actor Andrew Weems, draws on a childhood that was anything but conventional. Growing up in Africa and Asia, Weems spent his adolescence in houses furnished by the State Department, living a life of constant hellos and goodbyes. He experienced a world redolent with adventures, outsized personalities—and mysteries that he would begin to unravel only as an adult. (information provided by: Seattle Convention and Visitor’s Center)

Tickets: On-Line, Box Office (206) 269-1900, Ticketmaster.

Credits: Written and Performed by Andrew Weems. Directed by Bartlett Sher.

201 Mercer Street, Seattle
(206) 269-1900


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