By Enda Walsh Directed by Maggie L. Rogers

January 13th-30th, 2023

“Riveting fever dream of a play… imagine if Samuel Beckett wrote ‘Black Mirror’: That’s Arlington.”The New York Times

Isla waits for her number to be called. A young woman finally understands her fate. And a young man faces a stark decision. In a cacophony of poetry, art, + dance, Enda Walsh’s Arlington tells an unsuspecting love story amidst a bleak Orwellian dystopia.

Trigger Warning This play deals with bodies, and themes of suicide.    





Promotion shots by Devin Munoz


Kiki Abba


Kiki Abba is an actor, marketer for the arts, teaching artist, and producer around Seattle. Favorite acting credits include Everything You Touch (WET), No More Sad Things (Forward Flux), and Belleville (MAP Theatre). In 2019, she was nominated for Outstanding Performance in a Play at The Gregory Awards for Everything You Touch

Ricky Spaulding

Young Man

Ricky Spaulding is extremely excited to be making his WET debut working on such a challenging, moving, hopeful piece. Ricky is an actor and director based in Seattle. He has performed with Taproot Theatre Company, Cafe Nordo, Showtunes Theatre Company, Vashon Drama Dock, and Unexpected Productions, and he’ll be appearing in Reboot’s 110 in the Shade this spring. Ricky also appeared on-camera in Hulu’s Shrill. His directing work includes The Flick by Annie Baker with Young Americans Theatre Company and an independent production of Sam Shepard’s True West. Ricky majored in English literature at the University of Washington before spending a year in New York training at the Atlantic Acting School. Stay connected with Ricky’s upcoming projects on Instagram: @ricky.spaulding_

Amber Tanaka

Young Woman

Amber Tanaka has been performing new works, old works, and works-in-progress around Seattle for the past 8 years or so. They’ve been honored to work with ACT, Seattle Children’s Theatre, 18th & Union, Intiman, Horse in Motion, Pork Filled Productions, and of course W.E.T. They look to break expectations anywhere they can. When they aren’t performing perhaps they  are creating installation art, or wandering a mountain. Amber completed her BFA at Cornish and R.A.D.A. in 2018. Currently they are  enrolled in Ada Developers Academy learning computer science. Thankful to be here, but mostly thankful you’re here.

Corrine Park-Buffelen

The Supervisor

Corinne Park-Buffelen is a multidisciplinary theatre artist from Rochester, NY. Since moving to Seattle, Corinne has performed in Peerless (ArtsWest), Hotel Nordo (Cafe Nordo), Three Screams (MAP) and Scary Mary and the Nightmares Nine (Annex). She has costume designed many shows including Trevor, Do It for Umma, and A White Haunting. In 2020, she adapted and assistant directed Saint Joan by George Bernard Shaw for ArtsWest. Corinne works full time at ArtsWest as their Relationship Manager and as the Graphic and Web Designer for the 14/48 Projects. She’d like to thank Andy and Oh-Kon Park-Buffelen for being the coolest of dudes. During a live performance, what you witness can never be recreated again, in the same way, in the same company of friends and strangers, with the same tears, laughs, and silences, ever again. Savor the ephemerality. It’s so juicy.

Anthony Leroy Fuller

The Usual Man

Anthony Leroy Fuller is grateful for the opportunity to be a part of this play and to work with everyone at WET. In the past year, he has performed in ACT’s production of SWEAT and Theater Anonymus’ version of Casablanca. He has previously worked at Seattle Rep, Book-It, SCT, and on various film and television projects. He would like to thank you for your support of WET and the Arts! 

Andreya Pro


Andreya Pro (She/They) is a queer, Latine actor, singer, and creative dabbler in the Seattle & South Sound areas. Holding her BFA in theatre performance, she’s worked with Pork Filled Productions, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Sound Theatre, Macha Theatre Works, and Tacoma Arts Live. Andreya is passionate about intersectional feminism, the supernatural, and their loved ones. They are very excited to make their WET stage debut in this darkly enthralling story, and is delighted to be a member of such a magnetic Ensemble.

Van Lang  Pham


Van Lang Pham is so thankful to be a part of ARLINGTON. As an actor: She Devil of the China Seas & Brothers Paranormal (Pork Filled Productions) | Yellow Fever (CenterStage) | Washer/Dryer (Pratidhwani) | 7th and Jackson (Café Nordo) | Night Parade (REBATEnsemble) | The Two Kids That Blow S**t Up ( Midnight Rice Productions) | The World of Extreme Happiness (Seattle Public Theatre). As a musician: Kitsap Forest Theatre, Seattle Musical Theatre, Bainbridge Performing Arts, SIS Productions, and Renton Civic Theatre. An alumni of the University of Puget Sound, Van has sung with various a cappella groups, and has played saxophone for the Seattle Wind Symphony and toured Europe with the Tacoma Concert Band. 


Director & Sound Designer


Assistant Director & Dramaturg

Stage Manager

Scenic Design

Lighting Design

Costume Design

Properties Design

Media Content Direction

Dialect Coach

Run Crew

*Member of Washington Ensemble Theatre