Rheanna Atendido |  Photo by Brett Love

Rheanna Atendido | Photo by Brett Love



Breakup Bench is an actor-musician pop-operetta about a girl who takes guys to the same park bench to break-up with them. One day, her bench disappears and she finds herself stuck in a long-term relationship, unable to break things off without it. Things get even more complicated when an ex returns and a whole new set of problems arise. While navigating the maze that is modern dating, the three learn to cope with their relationships in love – real, fake, and lack-there-of.


Rheanna Atendido is a Filipino-American playwright, composer, and performer. Performance credits include The 5th Avenue Theatre (Mamma Mia!, AMT Northwest Bookshelf), Seattle Repertory (The Odyssey), Village Theatre (ZM), and Taproot (Bright Star). She has composed for companies such as Book-It Repertory, ArtsWest Playhouse and Gallery, and The Horse in Motion. Original works include Breakup Bench and Cultural Essay. Her debut album Letters to Whomever can be streamed on all major music platforms. Find her on social media! @rheannaatendido


Hattie Claire Andres (she/her) is stoked for her first collaboration with The Scratch. Hattie is the Artistic Associate at Seattle Rep, Festival Producer for One Coast Collaboration: a new play festival, and a teaching artist with Seattle Children’s Theatre. Recent directing and AD credits include: Mamma Mia! (SMT), Rising Star Project, Annie, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Kiss Me, Kate, Romy & Michele, Secret Garden, Pajama Game, Little Mermaid, Man of La Mancha (5th Ave); Public Works: The Odyssey, Lizard Boy, Dear Elizabeth (Seattle Rep); Alice in Wonderland, Madagascar, Shrek (SCT). BA: St. Olaf College. Proud co-founder of the Young Americans' Theatre Company.

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