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The Stay Up Late Show - powered by Shunpike
presents a Co-Production with Theatre Off Jackson

Bixby Elliot's

March 13- April 5th
A Baldfaced Farce About Impostors and Creative Intent


*THE effervescent, ever-present, Original Wife of George Michael, Rebecca M. Davis!!*

Ya gotta come see this - it’s been banned in seven countries for Undue Sassiness!



When Bixby, a 40-ish white playwright fails to get his work produced, he conjures up a radical new identity for himself: an impostor. His stand in - an African American Lesbian woman in a wheelchair - instantly shoots to fame. Needless to say, sh*t hits the fan!

Told in tandem with the infamous Milli Vanilli scandal, GIRL YOU KNOW IT'S TRUE is a hilarious and bold indictment of the institution of theatre and true intent behind the act of creation.

Seattle fringe veteran Ed Hawkins brings his signature spot-on savvy to the West Coast Premiere of Bixby Elliot's funny, smart, insightful, and lively play.

Featuring a cast of favorites, including Ian Bell as the hapless playwright, Andrew Tasakos as his patient boyfriend, Treavor Boykin & Andrew Lee Creech as "Rob & Fab", Barbi Becket, Daniel Christensen, and Josh List as the powers-that-be, and Rebecca M. Davis as the girl who knows the truth. Scott Shoemaker and Mike Blaylock round out the ensemble. Costumes by Scarlett O'Hairdye; Choreography by Diana Cardiff; Stage Manager Tim Crist.

About The Stay Up Late Show

Hosted by the inimitable Rebecca Mmmmm Davis, Seattle's longest-running LIVE talk show features interviews and performances by the who’s who and what’s what of Seattle’s arts and culture: politicians, actors, rock stars, journalists, chefs, movie makers, dog trainers, stand up comics, and their ilk find their way to the Stay Up Late Show stage. Every show features a sparkling lineup of Seattle celebrities and luminaries for an unpredictable evening filled with big laughs.

Past guests include Sean Nelson, Kingfish's Kenyetta Carter, Waxie Moon, "Awesome", Director Lynn Shelton, David Schmader, Nancy Guppy, the Rat City Roller Girls, Choreographer Pat Graney, Peter Steinbrueck, and many more.