ArtsWest offer you a chance to win season tickets; Apprenticeship program presents 'Chess'

Just figure out where the 'Queen' is to win

ArtsWest Theater's Apprenticeship Program's production of CHESS, presented July 17-27 is featuring a unique contest offering. To win two season tickets you must figure out where their "Queen" is, which they say is a person, location or thing, and take a photo of yourself with said Queen, and post it to the Theater's Facebook page. They'll post daily clues and the first right entry wins.

Here's the first clue:

"Somewhere in West Seattle I reside. It's up to you to find where I hide - let the CHESS match begin!


By Benny Andersson, Bjorn Ulvaeus and Tim Rice

Directed by Christopher Zinovitch

Music Direction by Julia Thornton

Choreography by Bo Mellinger

CHESS tells the story of a romantic triangle between two world-class chess players – an American and a Russian – and a woman who manages one and falls in love with the other, all in the context of the Cold War. Featuring the top-forty hits “One Night in Bangkok” and “I Know Him So Well.”

Starring: Moriel Behar, Victoria Felix, Ryan Floresca, Chelsea Gilpin, Sebastian Hulburt, Duncan Weinland with Kaylin Bryant, Natalia Fandel, Alana Gwilym Tso, Lauren Jaech, Cameron Lee, Max Lopuszynski, Addison Turner and Morgan Gwilym Tso, Callum McCaffrey

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