NEWS

DR. JEKYLL & MR. HYDE

Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher

Directed by Clara-Liis Hillier

 

FEBRUARY 19 - 21

Photo Credit: Gary Norman Photography

Performed in Season 16, and the first TV production in the Shoebox. A fresh and shocking version of Robert Louise Stevenson's classic tale of depravity, lust, horror and love.

CAST
Mario Calcagno*
Heath Koerschgen*
Tom Mounsey*
R. David Wyllie*
Kaia Maarja Hillier+
Jacquelle Cherise Davis+
Zoe Stuckless+

*Vertigo Alumni and original cast member
+Current Vertigo Company Member

February 19th is Pay-what-you-will.
$10 general, $5 student, At the door or online.

The February 20th performance has been canceled due to weather.
Please join us tomorrow evening for the closing performance!

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ALOHA, SAY THE PRETTY GIRLS

Written by Noami Iizuki

Directed by Tom Mounsey*

FEBRUARY 26 - 28

Photo Credit: Gary Norman Photography

Performed in Season 15. A collage of babies, wild dogs, komodo dragons and hula dancers, this story explores what it means to find your tribe in an unpredictable world.

CAST
Nate Crosby^
Ahna Dunn Wilder*^
Emilie Landmann+
McKenna Twedt +
Jacob Camp*^
Clara-Liis Hillier+
Samson Syharath+
R. David Wyllie*
Gary Strong+

*Original Cast Member, Vertigo Alumni
+Current Vertigo Company
^Vertigo Alumni
*^Current Associate Artist

February 26th is Pay-what-you-will.
$10 general, $5 student, At the door or online.

IN THE SHOEBOX

 
PORTLAND ACTORS CONSERVATORY
PRESENTS
 

ALL MY SONS
 BY ARTHUR MILLER
 

DIRECTED BY
SHELLY LIPKIN

FEBRUARY 16 - MARCH 4
 

The struggles with a capitalistic society in 1947 are explored through the lens of family relationships. This play feels just as relevant today as it did when it debuted 70 years ago. If your sense of right and wrong has been shattered by any number of disturbing recent events, you can find genuine emotional healing in Arthur Miller’s chilling story.

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SUPPORT
THEATRE VERTIGO

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We thank you for supporting not only Vertigo, but the entire Portland arts community!

THEATRE VERTIGO'S MISSION IS TO ENGAGE AUDIENCES THROUGH COMPELLING, ENSEMBLE-DRIVEN THEATRE WITH A FOCUS ON PRODUCING AND DEVELOPING NEW AND RARELY SEEN WORKS

 

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LACROUTE

 

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