OVER FOUR SATURDAYS THIS SPRING, THE STAGED READING SERIES WILL INTRODUCE YOU TO A WORLD OF DRAMA AND COMEDY: FOUR CONTEMPORARY AND CLASSIC PLAYS.
A STAGED READING IS AN INTIMATE FORM OF THEATRE WHERE, RATHER THAN HAVING A FULL SET AND COSTUMES, THE PERFORMERS STAND OR SIT BEFORE THE AUDIENCE WITH THE SCRIPT IN HAND TO SPEAK THE STORY.
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FEBRUARY 1ST: THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST BY OSCAR WILDE
The Importance of Being Earnest, often coined as “A trivial comedy for serious people,” is a witty farce about a man and the secret identity he creates to avoid the obligations of society.
MARCH 7TH: A DOLL'S HOUSE BY HENRIK IBSEN
When a banker's wife is caught doing something outside the "status quo," it causes a dramatic rift in their relationship. A Doll's House explores how our roles in society can affect our choices and that appearances can be deceiving.
THE MISANTHROPE BY MOLIÈRE TRANSLATED BY ROBERT COHEN
True to the definition of misanthropy, Alceste is avidly against society and despises anyone who is not true to their word. Imagine his surprise when he discovers that the woman he loves is exactly that! Moliere's The Misanthrope is a fast paced comedy that's sure to keep you laughing.
MAY 2ND: THE OZ CHRONICLES BY SHELBY MATCIC (OREGON PREMIER)
*OREGON PREMIERE* The Emerald Age of Oz has ended and an evil witch has stolen the most valuable thing of all - its citizens memories. Join a team of familiar heroes on their epic adventure to return the land of Oz back to the place we all know and love.