Proscenium Live + Kurios
Dmae presents new works at Proscenium Live with collaborating partners Michael Mendelson, founder/artistic director ofÂ Portland Shakespeare ProjectÂ andÂ Steve Rathje ofÂ Proscenium Journal.Â Â The staged readings are Aug. 4-6 atÂ Artists Repertory Theatre,. And then in the second part of the show, we’ll hear from Jeff Lovari with Cirque du Soleil to hear about their newest showÂ KURIOS ~ Cabinet of Curiosities.
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The 2017 festival will offer new plays each night featuring five outstanding playwrights. Full-length plays will be presented on Friday, August 4 and Saturday August, 5; three short playsÂ commissioned by Portland Shakes and Proscenium Journal will be offered on Sunday, August 6. The three-night festival features new plays written by award-winning playwrights Steve Rathje , C.S. Whitcomb, Aleks Merilo, Susan Mach and Patrick Wohlmut and are performed in a staged reading format featuring more than a dozen of Portlandâ€™s most talented actors on Artists Repâ€™s Alder Stage.
Proscenium Live Festival of New Work 2017
VENUE: Artists Repertory Theatre, Alder Stage, 1516 SW Alder St., Portland
DATES: August 4-6, 2017
PERFORMANCES: Friday â€“ Sunday @ 7:30pm
August 4 @ 7:30pm Signs by Steve Rathje. Directed by Michael Mendelson.
August 5 @ 7:30pm Santos by C.S. Whitcomb. Directed by Michael Mendelson.
August 6 @ 7:30pm A Maiden of Venice by Aleks Merilo. Directed by Josh Rippy.
Coyote Play by Susan Mach. Directed by Josh Rippy.
Patchwork Dreams by Patrick Wohlmut. Directed by Brenda Hubbard.
TICKETS: FREE â€“ General admission seating, no reservations
ABOUT PORTLAND SHAKESPEARE PROJECT
Tickets available at www.cirquedusoleil.com/kurios.
KURIOS ~ Cabinet of Curiosities is Cirque du Soleilâ€™s 35th production since 1984 is about Â the ancestors of museums. Â Also known as â€œcabinet of wondersâ€ in Renaissance Europe, Aristocrats, members of the merchant class and early practitioners of science formed collections of historical relics, works of art, or mysterious travel souvenirs and artifacts. In an alternate yet familiar past, the Seeker unlocks a world of wonders that in turn, unlocks the imagination. In this parallel reality, it is the steam engine and not the internal combustion engine that reigns supreme. The set evokes the start of the industrialization era, but as if science and technology had evolved differently and progress had taken on a more human dimension.