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'Eve' heads to Seattle

Lynann Politte - Courtesy Photo
Lynann Politte
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Islander Lynann Politte is taking her one-woman show about misogyny — a multi-faceted work that is both humorous and provocative — across the pond this weekend. “Eve Was Framed: A Comedy about Misogyny” will be staged at the Ethnic Cultural Center at the University of Washington campus at 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, April 29-30. The show uses monologue, projected images, shadow dance and poetry slam to explore what Politte calls “the persistence of misogyny in contemporary culture.” Tickets, from $10 to $17, are available online at or at

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