Lonely Planet
Preview Night for Odyssey Youth Movement 

Thursday February 13th

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Lonely Planet

Directed by Thomas Heppler

You're invited to the final dress rehearsal of 'Lonely Planet' at the Stage Left Theater in Downtown Spokane. A night in support of Odyssey Youth Movement!

This is a chance to preview amazing local theater while also raising funds to support Spokane's LGBTQ+ youth. Tickets are available for this fundraising event at the 'Register' button to the left, with every dollar of your donation going back to support LGBTQ+ youth right here in the Inland Northwest.


Thursday February 13th
6:30pm Lobby Opens 7:30pm Curtain
Stage Left Theater - 108 W 3rd Ave Spokane, WA


Questions?

Contact OYM at Odyssey@OdysseyYouth.org or call 509.325.3637

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lonely Planet, written by Steven Dietz, is a two-character drama that weaves together a powerful and compassionate story about friendship, mourning, and the fear of being forgotten. This story follows Jody and Carl, two gay men living in Chicago in the early nineteen nineties during the AIDS Epidemic. The play begins with Jody explaining how he found a chair placed in his store one day, without notice, by Carl. Pretty soon, the store is filled with chairs, and after some argument between the two, it is revealed that every chair was owned by someone they knew in their community, who had died from the epidemic. Carl struggles with the weight of grief from the death he is witnessing around him while Jody chooses to shut out the world and remain in his map store. Things change one day when Carl’s chair appears in the shop and Jody is faced with choice of finally confronting the death around him. Lonely Planet sparks conversation of what happens when society abandons the dead and refuses to see them. 

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