2018 FERTILE GROUND ORIGINAL WORKS:
 

SABLE AND THE FOREST

Directed by Philip Berns

and

VELVET

Directed By Emilie Landmann

JANUARY 22 – 23
 

Theatre Vertigo partners with local female playwrights Autumn Buck and Aubrey Jessen to create two nights of mythical, ensemble driven theatre.

All performances are pay-what-you-will reserved and at the door.

NEWS

VERTIGO 90’s HOUSE PARTY!

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd, 2018
9:00 PM

Feeling stressed? Feeling like your Saturn Return is driving you crazy? Feeling overwhelmed prepping the troops for V-Day?? Then come shake it off with Theatre Vertigo!!  90s house party style y’all. Here’s your chance to let it all go and dance your worries away with the Vertigo Ensemble.

Arrive dressed as your best self and ready for an all 90s all night playlist.
BONUS! Added Neon and glitter gets you a little Vertigo merch surprise.

COVER
$5 at the door

 

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IN THE SHOEBOX

NORTHWEST CLASSICAL THEATRE COLLABORATIVE
PRESENTS
 

THREE SISTERS
 BY ANTON CHEKHOV
 

ADAPTED BY
PATRICK WALSH

JANUARY 12 – 28
 

In its first outing since the critically acclaimed Waiting For Godot, NWCTC returns to the Shoebox Theatre to stage an exciting new adaptation of this classic of modern drama. Adapted and directed by Patrick Walsh, the production boasts a cast of fourteen fresh faces to NWCTC audiences as well as a bold approach to Chekhov’s masterwork. The production will also move to the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility in Wilsonville, Oregon as part of a unique outreach program, built off of the new, collaborative production model.

Three Sisters is also part of Portland’s Fertile Ground Festival of New Works.

FOR INFORMATION
AND TO BUY TICKETS
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SUPPORT THEATRE VERTIGO

Would you like to help Theatre Vertigo continue to bring exciting, insightful, no-holds-barred plays to the Shoebox Theater?  Ticket sales only cover a portion of production costs, so one of the easiest–and best–ways to lend your support is by making a donation!  Theatre Vertigo is a registered 501(c)(3), and donations are tax deductible.

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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