Kyle Henick, left, plays Wednesday and Heidi Rider plays Lou Perkins in “Bicycle Noir: A Love Story on Wheels.” Downtown Olympia is the heart — and setting — of the production.
Kyle Henick, left, plays Wednesday and Heidi Rider plays Lou Perkins in “Bicycle Noir: A Love Story on Wheels.” Downtown Olympia is the heart — and setting — of the production. Adriana Chavez Courtesy
Kyle Henick, left, plays Wednesday and Heidi Rider plays Lou Perkins in “Bicycle Noir: A Love Story on Wheels.” Downtown Olympia is the heart — and setting — of the production. Adriana Chavez Courtesy

Play unfolds as audience, actors bike Olympia’s streets

August 19, 2015 08:00 PM

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