Brett Love- Freman Live @ Paragon Seattle


singer-songwriter armed with banjo, mandolin, piano, violin, live looping, and more

Honestly, I was blown away by her music and overall performance... She is truly a unique and gifted human.
— Fremont Abbey
She’s incredible.
— Patrick Galactic, PNW Singer-songwriter
One of the most talented musicians you’ll ever meet.
— Cessa Betancourt, She Is Fierce

Song of Solomon, Original Song

The Rendezvous, 2018

Sarah and Kelly DSB Two Tie Media

the devil and sarah blackwater

a new musical by Anthea Carns

music and lyrics by Lauren Freman

Any time Freman is on stage is absolutely electric. She’s a stunning performer.
— Seanan McGuire, New York Times bestselling author
Remarkably clever and nuanced lyrics.
— Seanan McGuire, New York Times bestselling author

Breathe Slow, from The Devil and Sarah Blackwater

Solo Bar’s Season (Bottle) Opener, 2018.

The songs are wonderful...Anytime Sarah is singing in her concert capacity or singing about her relationships, it was great.
— Jay Irwin, Broadway World


richie dagger’s crime

electronic-infused psychedelic R&B

I have fallen in love with this new band. This music is beautiful and worthy.
—, '41 Seattle Bands We're Watching in 2016'
[Sea of Dysfunction is] one of this year’s strongest Seattle releases.
— City Arts Magazine
Richie Dagger’s Crime makes music that will have you SLIDING off your SEAT. It’s that good.
— Sean De Tore, The Mixtape

Living In A Magazine

Tractor Tavern, 2019




multidisciplinary theater ensemble fostering a culture of empathy, authenticity, and innovation from the inside out

Somehow the ensemble made the material seem so fresh and new...somehow they managed to find the beating heart of the emotions of the words in such a beautiful energetic new way.
— Maggie Lee, playwright

The Nina Variations

Pocket Theatre, 2016

Dir. Linnea Ingalls

They are in that 10% that are pushing boundaries and exploring new ideas.
— Brett Love, Dark Set Films
Their work is flawless. The list of people I say this about is very short, and I don’t say it unless I mean it.
— Kairu Yao