2016 Proscenium Live!

Next up on the Portland Shakespeare Project Calendar: 

Proscenium Live 2016

A Four-Day Festival of New Work 

August 18, 19, 20, 21 at Artists Repertory Theatre, Alder Stage

All performances are free

August 18, at 7:30 pm:  Dracula’s Father by C.S. Whitcomb
Join us from 6:30-7:30 pm for an artists reception for the
Geezer Gallery’s Celebrating Portland! Event

August 19, at 7:30 pm:  An Evening of New One-Acts, including
Night Visits, by Simon Fill, My Birthday Party, by Wei He, and selections from Shrew, by Amy Freed

August 20, at 7:30 pm:  Them That Are Perfect by Amy Freed
Directed by Jon Kretzu**
Join us at 6:30-7:30 pm for an artists reception for the
Geezer Gallery’s Celebrating Portland! Event

August 21, at 7:30 pm:  Pericles Wet by Ellen Margolis
Directed by Matthew Zrebski

Actors Involved in the Stage Readings of Plays
Tobias Anderson*
Orion Bradshaw*
Joe Costa*
Robert Hamm*
Gavin Hoffman*
Chris Karczmar*
Michael Mendelson*
Ben Newman*
Ariel Puls*
Amanda Soden*
Ryan Tresser*
Lolly Ward*
Danielle Weathers*
Don Burns
Shannon Mastel
Lucy Paschall
Rebecca Ridenour
Helena Fisher-Welsh
Crystal Munoz

*Member, Actors’ Equity Association
** Member, Stage Directors andPhotos from last year’s Proscenium Live Event

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Photo Credit to David Kinder, kinderpics photography, www.kinderpics.com, (503) 292-4621

This event is being produced by Proscenium Journal, in partnership with Portland Shakespeare Project, and with the support of a generous grant awarded to Steve Rathje by the Donald A. Strauss Foundation in support of a year-long Play Development Initiative in Portland, Oregon. In keeping with Proscenium Journal’s mission to expose playwright and new plays to the largest audience possible, all performances are free!