2018-19 Season List

2018-19 Short List of Interpreted Dates

A quick list of interpreted performances and cultural events for the 2018-19 season. Also check for updates and more information at  PAIA on...

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Storytelling: Back Fence PDX, Mon. 12/9




A BIG 5.5 YEAR ANNIVERSARY SHOW!
 will be interpreted


Monday DECEMBER 9, 2013 / DOORS & DRINKS at 6:00PM / SHOW 8:00PM 21+


Back Fence PDX: GREAT EXPECTATIONS stories & 
Back Fence PDX: RUSSIAN ROULETTE


To celebrate 5.5 years this show will be one half main stage show with GREAT EXPECTATIONS stories and one half RUSSIAN ROULETTE!

FEATURING Great Expectations stories from: JEFFERSON SMITH (PDX), JESSICA LEE WILLIAMSON (LA), TIM GANEY (PDX), with one more to be announced soon.

FEATURING Russian Roulette stories from: SHELLEY McLENDON (PDX), NICHOLAS KESSLER (PDX), JESSICA LEE WILLIAMSON (LA), and the winner of our NOVEMBER 23 Russian Roulette show!

Get Tickets on NOVEMBER 19th!
LOCATION: PORTLAND CENTER STAGE, THE GERDING THEATER AT THE ARMORY 128 NW 11th Ave, Portland, OR

Interpreters: Steve Nail and Dot Hearn
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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

reminder: "Proof" interpreted performance, Saturday November 16

*reminder : this week *

 Portland Community College presents
an interpreted performance of

"Proof"
by David Auburn

Date: Saturday, 11/16/13
Time: 7:30 pm
Location:  Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus in the Performing Arts Center (PAC), 12000 SW 49th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
Tickets: purchase at the door $10 (groups of 12 pay $5 each)


The Story: "Proof" focuses on Catherine, a young woman who has spent years caring for her father, Robert, a brilliant mathematician in his youth who was later unable to function without her help. His death has brought into her midst both her sister, Claire, who wants to take Catherine back to New York with her, and Hal, a former student of Catherine's father who hopes to find some hint of Robert's genius among his incoherent scribblings. The passion that Hal feels for math both moves and angers Catherine, who, in her exhaustion, is torn between missing her father and resenting the great sacrifices she made for him. For Catherine has inherited at least a part of her father's brilliance -- and perhaps some of his instability as well. As she and Hal become attracted to each other, they push at the edges of each other's knowledge, considering not only the unpredictability of genius but also the human instinct toward love and trust.
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Friday, November 1, 2013

update: Theatrical Interpreting Preparation Series CEUs

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Up to 3.6 CEUs have been approved by RID for the Theatrical Interpreting Preparation Series ( TIPS) workshop, part I.

We will meet for two Saturdays per month, plus one interpreted performance per month, for a period of four months. The workshop will begin on December 7, 2013; the dates and times, with additional information, are on the workshop flyer (click the link).

Description: This workshop will provide participants training in and exposure to the process of performance interpreting, using theater as a vehicle. This initial training is intended for new interpreters, but all levels are welcome. We will meet twice a month on Saturdays for four months, beginning December 2013. Participants will learn different approaches to theatrical interpreting and explore topics such as script analysis, incorporating characterization, translation, altering signing style for the venue and the production, linguistic considerations, and more.  Through a series of meetings, combined with exposure to specific interpreted performances, participants will gain the basic skills necessary for a variety of performing arts situations. Completion of this training is a requirement for the advanced mentored training, which goes through the entire process from receiving the script, translation, preparation, to interpreting a performance of the project show. 

Click to read and download the  TIPS I flyer, which includes the registration page.
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