Dmae features Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night about to open at Post 5 Theatre in their new space. Dmae talked with artistic director Ty Boice and director Cassandra Boice about the play and about being working parents with a newborn at rehearsals.
We’ll also hear a review of Portland Center Stage’s Cyrano by reviewer Caren Calderon. Edmound Rostand’s classic play Cyrano opened last weekend with a new translation by Michael Hollinger and Oregon native Aaron Posner.
And tune in for a special remembrance of acclaimed author Ivan Doig who passed away on April 9, 2015 at the age of 75 in his home in Seattle. Ivan Doig was a prolific and esteemed writer. His memoirs and novels mixed beautiful imagery and beloved characters to paint a poetic landscape of the American West.
Featured music is by Clark Salisbury. Hear more at Brothers of the Baladi.
(Airs 11am 4/14 on KBOO 90.7FM or stagentudio.com.)
More about Post5 Theater’s Twelfth Night:
Twelfth Night, the first of three Shakespearean comedies Post5 tackles this season, combines Post5’s youthful energy with timeless nostalgia as new life is breathed into Shakespeare’s classic parable of mistaken identities, blind love, and drunken pranks.
Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare
Directed by Cassandra Boice
Friday – Sunday, Apr. 17th – May 16th
Thursday, May 14th
PREVIEWS: Tuesday, Apr. 14th & Thursday, Apr. 16th
All shows at 7:30pm at their new space at 1666 SE Lambert Street, Portland, Oregon 97202
About Portland Center Stage’s Cyrano:
Set in 17th century France, the classic romantic comedy Cyrano tells the story of a great swordsman with a beautiful soul, who is handicapped by a huge nose that makes him believe he is incapable of being loved by the beautiful Roxane. When he learns that Roxane and a handsome young soldier named Christian are infatuated with each other, he writes beautiful love letters for her suitor that lead to a tragic love triangle. Filled with swordplay and wordplay, Cyrano is beloved for its affirmation of love, friendship and the power of a welldeveloped sense of humor.
Cyrano runs through May 3, 2015 on the U.S. Bank Main Stage in PCS’s Gerding Theater at the Armory. Regular tickets start at $36. Preview tickets start at $29. Rush tickets are $20. Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays (excluding April 19, 28 and May 3); 2 p.m. matinees on select Saturdays and Sundays; matinees at noon on select Thursdays and Wednesday, April 29. Tickets can be purchased at pcs.org or 503.445.3700.
View the full schedule at http://www.pcs.org/cyrano.
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