Science on Stage: Staged readings of “The Sequence” by Seattle playwright Paul Mullin



Northwest Association for Biomedical Research and Seattle Public Theater will present ‘Science on Stage’ – staged readings with the director and cast of Seattle playwright Paul Mullin’s play ‘The Sequence.’

Bathhouse Theater at Green Lake with pre- or post-play discussions

Oct. 5 –   Saturday,   2pm          post-play discussion for NWABR members    – 3:45pm

Oct. 12 – Saturday,   2pm           post-play discussion for the public                   – 3:45pm

Oct. 13 – Sunday,     7pm           pre-play discussion for NWABR donors           – 6:00pm

Tickets:  $20 for NWABR members, $22 for all others, available online or at the door.

Play Synopsis:  Sequencing of the human genome was a public race – and a personal war!  Strong personalities, emerging technology and differing views on public vs. private DNA ownership fueled the race to obtain the first human DNA sequence.  Covering the story was a young journalist worried about her own destiny with breast cancer and the information that her genome sequence would uncover.

More information and online ticket information are available at or contact Reitha Weeks at for information about group sales.

Proceeds support NWABR programs.