Thursday, March 5, 2015

PCS "Other Desert Cities" interpreted 3/12/15

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Portland Center Stage presents
an interpreted performance of

 
By Jon Robin Baitz
Directed by Timothy Bond

 
Interpreted Thursday, March 12th at 7:30 pm
Portland Center Stage at The Armory
128 NW Eleventh Ave, Portland, OR
on the Main Stage
Interpreters: Krista Harmon and Cheryl Witters
Tickets: uses promo code SIGN for correct price in the interpreted section


The Story: In this Broadway hit and Pulitzer Prize nominee, Brooke Wyeth returns home after a long absence to visit her well-connected, conservative parents in Palm Springs. In a dramatic shift, Brooke announces that she is about to publish a memoir dredging up a pivotal and tragic event in the family’s history — a wound they don’t want reopened. In effect, she draws a line in the desert sand and dares them all to cross it. “All family reunions should be this satisfying” said The New York Times, praising the play as a ” witty, deeply enjoyable family drama.” A co-production with Syracuse Stage in New York.

Run Time:
Approximately 2 hours and 5 minutes, including one intermission.

Notes:
Other Desert Cities is recommended for ages 16+; contains strong language and mature content. Children under 6 are not permitted at any PCS production. The actors in this production will be using tobacco-free herbal cigarettes. This production features brilliant mid-century architecture and close-to-home family dynamics.
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"Tribes" at Artists Repertory Theatre Closes this Weekend

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 The final interpreted performance of
"Tribes"
at Artists Repertory Theatre
on the Alder Stage
 1515 SW Morrison St, Portland. OR 97205
 
Saturday, March 7th, at 7:30 pm
Tickets: use code TRIBESASL for 20% off ticket price.
 

The production closes on Sunday, March 8th with a 2:00 matinee.
 
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Friday, February 27, 2015

FREE "Three Sisters" Staged Reading at Profile Theatre

Profile Theatre presents a FREE interpreted performance of the staged reading



Three Sisters
by Anton Chekov
Adapted by Sarah Ruhl
In Collaboration with Reed College
Interpreted March 3, 2015
Alder Stage at Artists Rep
1515 SW Morrison, Portland OR
7:30pm
Join us for the In Dialogue Staged Reading of Sarah Ruhl's adaptation of the Chekov masterpiece Three Sisters. Tickets are FREE, but you need to reserve your tickets.
 
 
In Dialogue Staged Readings include new and contemporary plays in conversation with Sarah Ruhl’s body of work, as well as readings of Ruhl plays not included in our Main Stage season.
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Saturday, February 21, 2015

Quick List: Interpreted Performances February & March

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Here is a quick reference list of some of the interpreted performances for the remainder of February and into March 2015.


"Tribes" at Artists Repertory Theatre, Portland OR   Sat 2/21 at 7:30 pm

"The God Game" a Brandon Woolley production at Shaking the Tree, , Portland OR   Thu 2/26 at 7:30 pm

"The Laramie Project" at Albany Civic Center, Albany OR  Thu 2/26 at 7:30 pm

"Tribes" at Artists Repertory Theatre, Portland OR     Sat 2/28 at 2:00 pm

"Three Sisters" adaptation by Sarah Ruhl, Profile Theatre's "In Dialogue" staged reading (free), Portland OR   Tue 3/2 at 7:30 pm

"Tribes" at Artists Repertory Theatre, Portland OR   Sat 3/7 at 7:30 pm

"Other Desert Cities" at Portland Center Stage, Portland OR   Thu 3/12 at 7:30 pm

"Hairspray, The Broadway Musical" at Portland Community College, Portland OR   Sat 3/14 at 7:00 pm

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Sunday, February 8, 2015

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

"Dead Man's Cell Phone" Interpreted Friday 2/26/15

Profile Theatre kicks off its 2015 season with




by Sarah Ruhl

Interpreted performance this Friday, February 6th
7:30p on the Morrison Stage
1515 SW Morrison, Portland, OR
Interpreters: Rich Hall and Dot Hearn

TICKETS:  $32 (see discount ticket options HERE ). 
Contact the Box Office by phone at 503.242.0080  or Email.

"When Jean takes possession of the cell phone of a dead man, she is thrown into a mysterious journey of self-discovery and awakening. Through this small modern device, she finds adventure, purpose and even love – but at what cost? This hilarious and paradoxical treatise on the digital world probes at the thin line between reality and fantasy, privacy and openness, and even life and death."



'Dead Man's Cell Phone' rings with quirky charm at Profile Theatre (review) by Jillian Cohan Martin at OregonLive

"... a quirky journey of discovery into a surreal realm that is darkly funny and quite unpredictable. ..."

Read the full review here.