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MASS MURDER

Created by Jeff Meyers

Written by: 
Lisa Buscani, Mike Grutchfield, Brian Hamilton, Jennifer Markowitz, Jeff Meyers, L. Ninos Smith, Tracy Smith

 

Directed by Gary Strong

 

APRIL 23 - 25

Performed in Season 1. You, the jury, are invited to spend an intimate evening with the most notorious serial killers of the twentieth century where you decide between fiction or fact.

A note: Because this play details the acts of serial killers, it contains extremely strong themes and language. Theatre Vertigo recognizes that this content can be extremely triggering. For a complete list of specific content warnings please consult the event page, or send an email to the Theatre Vertigo company at tv@theatrevertigo.org

April 23rd is Pay-what-you-will.
$10 general, $5 student, At the door or online.

CAST:
Ted Bundy: Samson Syharath
Genene Jones: McKenna Twedt
Aileen Wuornos: Jacquelle Davis
Adrei Chikatilo: Clara-Liis Hillier
Charles Manson: Robert Durante
Carolyn Nepoleatano: Kaia Maarja Hillier
Richard Ramirez: James Dixon 

This reading is directed by & starring all current Theatre Vertigo company members.

 

IN THE SHOEBOX

 

GOOD KIDS

Written by Naomi Iizuka

Directed by Beth Harper

 

APRIL 13 - 29

A high school party goes horribly awry in this exploration of multiple perspectives in the aftermath of a sex crime and its cover-up. The questions of consent, intent, rumor and gossip take center stage as anywhere, America grapples with the consequences of their actions and inaction.

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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