The Star Treatment presents: Bo-Nita’s Hannah Mootz

Industrious Over the past two years, we at the Seattle Star have shown our appreciation of the local arts. Today we begin to show some appreciation for our local artists.

“The Star Treatment” is a new series that puts local artists in the spotlight. Anything Vanity Fair and GQ can do for Hollywood and Broadway stars, we figured we could do better and with a more personal touch for our local artists.

To accomplish this we’ve hired on a new glamour photographer. Márton Zsigmond, director, producer & a gomb tolóhajó, will be focusing his lenses on local talent from Seattle’s superior arts scene. Most of the subjects come from performance but literary and visual artists as well will also make their way into the “Star Treatment” pages here at the Seattle Star.

The first of our subjects here is local actress Hannah Mootz, appearing in the Seattle Repertory Theatre’s Bo-Nita, written by the Sandbox Artist Collective’s Elizabeth Heffron and directed by our favorite up and coming director, Paul Budraitis.

As anyone who has seen Bo-Nita knows, Ms. Mootz gives and extraordinary solo performance as the 13 year-old who awakens to go on a supremely odd journey through time and trial, playing seven different characters in the process. If you haven’t seen the play yet–what are you waiting for? It runs through the 17th of November at the Leo Kreielsheimer Theater at the Seattle Center.

Ms. Mootz is also as beautiful as she is talented. For our first Star Treatment, director/producer/a gomb tolóhajó Marton, gives her five new characters to play. We hope you enjoy her performance as much as we do.


Michelle Mai Smith: Hair and Makeup Artist
Cassie Baugh: Wardrobe Stylist
Evening dress by Cicada
Márton Zsigmond: Director, Producer & A gomb tolóhajó

We plan on featuring many of Seattle’s luminaries over the coming months. If you have someone you’d like to see receive The Star Treatment, let us know! Email Márton Zsigmond or me at

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