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One Reel is dedicated to invigorating broad and diverse audiences through imaginative and creative arts events of all disciplines in traditional and non-traditional venues. One Reel produces international, national, and regional arts events in collaboration with a wide spectrum of artists of all traditions and cultures.
One Reelâ€™s philosophy is to be the first to reach new arts audiences, to make an impact on those audiences, and to have fun doing it. Seattle got its first taste of One Reel in 1972 on a fold-down stage mounted to the back of a 1931 Model-A Ford. Skits like "The Nightmare Curse of the Virgin Mutant Slug from the Tomb of Blood" and "Bigfoot Bob's Wild West" performed on that stage constituted the One Reel Vaudeville Show, an enduring mobile institution of wacky summertime productions. After thirteen years of various production experiences, the One Reel Vaudeville Show gradually made a full transition into one of the Northwest's most established non-profit special events companies, now known simply as One Reel.