Written by Catherine Hinrichsen, Project Manager, Seattle University Project on Family Homelessness

Photo by Chris Bannion.

Nine-year-old Jacques saw a play with his mom the other night. He thought it was funny and had some good action.  He liked the snacks in the lobby before the show. Then he got home and started thinking about it.  And it changed the way he looks at his world. “He just never thought that a kid could be without a home,” his mom, Jennifer, said.

That’s the reaction of audiences around the world when they see “Danny, King of the Basement.” “Danny,” directed by Rita Giomi, is now playing at Seattle Children’s Theatre. To read the full post visit Firesteel