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Sequim grad plays lead in CWU production

Tyson Dailey, a Central Washington University senior pursuing a fine arts degree, plays Cliff in the school's production of "The Woolgatherer."

A 2005 graduate of Sequim High School, he has appeared in the CTE productions of "Much Ado About Nothng," "Peter Pan," and "The Two Gentlemen of Verona."

Dailey received the David L. Boushey Scholarship for Movement in 2007 and is a founding member of the Central Swordplayers, a stage combat troupe that specializes in community outreach with high schools.

He is the son of Steven and Wendy Dailey of Sequim.

"The Woolgatherer, a quirky love story, will be presented Feb. 6, 7 and 8 in CWU's Hertz Auditorium.

Set in a small apartment in South Philadelphia in 1979, the story follows the unlikely romance of Rose, a nervous and flighty woman who works the candy counter at the local five-and-dime, and Cliff, a foul-mouthed truck driver looking for a one night stand while his broken rig is being repaired. Both characters find much more than expected when they begin to open up and share the fears that have left them unable to find the human connection they so desperately seek.

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