My favorite parts of Seattle’s annual comedy/varieté showcase, Moisture Festival, are those that are the most unpredictable and verge on the indescribable. Few, if any, of the guests who attended the show as part of the TEA Western North America Division’s event knew what to expect and later left the theater feeling all the more enthralled because of it.
From a rousing rendition of “Bohemian Rhapsody” played on the one-of-a-kind “Rimbatubes” to pickles flung from a cheeseburger spinning atop a parasol, Moisture Festival’s April 4th performances were nothing short of marvelous. We are so grateful to have been able to bring Seattle locals and visitors alike to the Moisture Festival for the first time and as Pacific Northwest Chair of the TEA Western North America Division Board, I’ll make sure it will not be our last.
More details on the event and some of the many entertaining acts can be found in my report for the TEA blog here.