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Looking Forward in a Time of Flux

*update 10/15/2020: Theatres are moving into virtual live-streamed and recorded events, a few in-person events with safety protocols + limit...

Monday, February 24, 2020

March 2020 Interpreted Performances Summary


MARCH 2020 Interpreted Performances - the short list. Click the links for more information!






W 03/04/20   PPH      Pipeline  








Fr 03/13/20   PacU     This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing






Sa 03/14/20   PCC      Our Town  (7:00 pm)








Th 03/19/20  PCS      The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time




Sa 03/21/20  PGMC   Reflections  
(8:00 pm)
Su 03/22/20  PGMC   Reflections
(3:00 pm)









Th 03/26/20  PCS       9 Parts of Desire





Sa 03/28/20  NWCT  Elephant & Piggie’s, We are in a Play – On Tour 
(Portland 11AM)







*Key to Theater Abbreviations*

NWCT   Northwest Childrens Theater and School
PacU     Pacific University
PCC      Portland Community College, Sylvania
PCS      Portland Center Stage at The Armory
PGMC  Portland Gay Men's Chorus
PPH      Portland Playhouse

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Sat 2/22: "James X" interpreted

Corrib Theatre presents
an interpreted performance of



by Gerard Mannix Flynn
Directed by Gemma Whelan 
Performed by Darius Pierce


DATE: Sat 2/22/20 at 7:30 pm
LOCATION: New Expressive Works 810 SE Belmont, Portland OR
TICKETS: code AFA for discount at corribtheatre.org; tickets also available at the door
INTERPRETER: Dot Hearn




Confronting Church and State. 

Plaintiff James X confronts the defendants, Church and State, for injustices they perpetrated throughout his childhood. While awaiting his trial, James examines his confidential state files compiled over the previous 45 years, and takes us on a journey through the schools, courts, health boards, industrial schools, psychiatric hospitals and prisons. It is part of the secret history of Ireland in the last century.







Tuesday, February 18, 2020

BARDO | Delicate Fish - interpreted 2/28/2020

*posted at performers' request; any questions or for additional information, contact the performers at links provided below*
BARDO | Delicate Fish
February 27 - March 7, 2020 at Shaking The Tree Theatre
Friday Feb 28th includes ASL interpretation

Portland, OR - In the stall of winter, two solo pieces, “BARDO”, a dance theater piece by Lyra Butler-Denman, and “Delicate Fish”, a dance piece by Jess Evans, are presented alongside and in communication with one another. 

To die is a process whose edges are feathered in all directions. 
To grieve is to feel love that has nowhere to go. 
To heal is to touch with love that which was previously touched by fear. 

BARDO - A conversation and a conjuring, BARDO embodies the transition states of dying, of grieving, of a relationship moving from the physical plane to existing, maybe (we hope), somewhere else. It reckons with the lack of guideposts, the emptiness and loneliness after a death, and with the active process of filling that space, of making a map where there is none. Trailer here
(BARDO is approximately 80 minutes long and includes an original score by Ahmond
Delicate Fish - An offering of dance to call in an ocean of tenderness. Trailer here
(Delicate Fish is 30 minutes long with music design by D.L. Frazer)

When: February 27, 28 (ASL), 29 & March 5, 6, 7 @ 7:30
Where: Shaking The Tree Theater
823 SE Grant St, Portland