After a long absence Joan Crawford (Kam Sisco) returns in a new holiday show that takes you on a visit to Joan’s house along with her loyal housekeeper, Mamacita (Sarah Dresser) and Carl (James Sharinghousen).
The room is still. Silent. No fidgeting, no coughing, no sniffling . All focus. All watching. No one dares break the silence. Everything that was once important goes out the window.
Two slatted, cedar wood doors, framed by what looks like gigantic wrought stone blocks (perhaps the entrance to an ancient Aztec temple?). A large, ritual circle painting upon the floor, adorned Central American Native Aztec imagery. Or is it a circus ring? In blackness, the sound of a far-off wooden flute from behind, then the [...]
Stumptown Stages begins its 8th Season with its production of Dracula A Musical Nightmare. This Dracula’s got the requisite insect-eating lunatic, beautiful innocents, hapless heroes and thickly-accented vampire experts.
Theatre Vertigo presents Mother Courage and her Children. In this exciting new translation by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tony Kushner, Brecht’s epic drama is given a new life for twenty-first century audiences.
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Based on the beautifully romantic and classic novel by renowned author Richard Matheson (I Am Legend, What Dreams May Come), which was made into the hit film starring Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour.
Lakewood Theatre Company’s 60th season continues with the Tony Award-winning play ‘ART’ by Yasmina Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton.
Portland Opera’s 2012/13 Season — Larger Than Life — gets into full swing with Mozart’s most powerful opera, Don Giovanni.
Preview: Coho Productions Presents Two Staged readings, Gary Cole’s “Black Box” & “International Falls.” 0
You are invited to an event for Gary Cole’s new novel, Black Box, benefiting CoHo Productions.