Theatre Vertigo is kicking off 2017 in style! Join us on Saturday, January 7 for Wild Woods—where creepy winter wonderland meets glam downtown soiree. To celebrate Theatre Vertigo’s newly commissioned play, Carnivora, we invite you to explore the world of the macabre with a night of eerily wonderful entertainment and deliciously wicked beverages and hors d'oeuvres.
Enjoy performances by local theatre company, The Pulp Stage, tarot readings by Lisa Spiral Ducret, face painting by Portland favorite tattoo artist, Lindsey Chamberlain Strong, and musical entertainment by Hayley Lynn & Friends. Plus, don’t miss the one and only showing of a new, thrilling piece created by Matthew B. Zrebski, playwright and director of this winter’s play, Carnivora.
Tickets are $10 in advance, and $15 at the door. So save a little cash this holiday season, and get your tickets now!
All proceeds benefit Theatre Vertigo’s 2016-2017 season of plays, including a newly commissioned work by a local Portland playwright.
Wild Woods - Saturday, January 7, 7:30-10pm. 101 SW Main St, Portland, OR
Photography & design: Eric Evans
our 2016-2017 season
ASSISTANCE by Leslye Headland: For these young assistants, life is an endless series of humiliations at the hands of their hellacious boss, a powerful uber-magnate. In rare moments of calm when the phone calls stop rolling, Nick and Nora and their traumatized co-workers question whether all their work will lead to success—or just more work. Leslye Headland’s ASSISTANCE is a biting, high-octane satire about our attraction to power and what we’re willing to sacrifice to stay in its orbit.
Carnivora by Matthew B Zrebski: A woman awakes, screaming inside a burlap sack. She crawls out, bloody and battered to find she’s in a clearing in the Ozarks. She believes the world has ended, but remembers little. And so begins a nightmarish journey of discovery. Mythical creatures, ghosts and memories haunt her as time leaps from past to future and back to present as she struggles to piece together the puzzle of her brutal reality. And now, she must make a decision that might affect the entire world. A savage, suspenseful and moving exploration, Carnivora exposes the desperation of the 21st Century as madness and beauty intertwine in this new era of uncharted territory for humanity...
A Maze by Rob Handel: There are two kinds of mazes: the kind where you try to get through and out the other side, and the kind where you try to get to the center. A teenage girl recreates her identity after eight years held captive in a suburban basement; a band remakes itself post-rehab and post-hit-song; a self-taught artist gains a cult following for his 15,000- page comic book. Workshopped at JAW at PCS in 2010, we are proud to bring A Maze back to Portland for a full production.
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in the shoebox
When their elevator car is transported to the farthest reaches of time and space, a collection of strangers must participate in celebrations honoring the death of the sun. What will come to the surface in their last moments before the sun is gone forever? Saying Goodbye to the Sun is a reaction to the events of 2016 in the United States. Inspired by science fiction classics such as Doctor Who, Mofsec uses female focused storytelling to explore grief and the loss of normal, if it ever really existed.
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