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Portland’s Profile Theatre to Present Sam Shepard Festival

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

 

Festival of One Acts

Festival of One Acts

Portland’s Profile Theatre presents a series of short plays by American playwright Sam Shepard this fall as part of a six-day festival.

Six different directors will take on nine of Shepard’s short plays and memoirs in its Festival of One Acts, which kicks off on Sept. 3. The festival will also feature live music, discussions and beer tastings.

The nine works will be split into two separate performances – Series A and Series B -- with audiences given the option to watch them separately or in weekend marathon packages. Among the works involved are "The War in Heaven," "The Curse of the Raven’s Black Feather," "Cowboys #2," "Evanescence" and "Shakespeare in the Alley."

“Sam Shepard’s short plays and stories give us a look inside the mind of a writer who can’t seem to stop writing,” said Profile Artistic Director Adriana Baer. “These plays, rarely, if ever, performed, make up a cross-section of Shepard’s writing life.”

Each performance will be preceded by live music performances, while postshow discussions, beer tastings and food carts will be part of the marathon weekend performances.


The cast for Festival of One Acts includes Beth Thompson, Nelda Reyes, Ty Hewitt, Andrés Alcalá, Chris Murray and Elizabeth Huffman. Directors are Pat Patton, Olga Sanchez, Matthew B. Zrebski, Jess K Smith, Rebecca Lingafelter and Bruce Hostetler.
 
Festival of One Acts will be performed on the Morrison Stage at Artists Repertory Theatre, 1515 SW Morrison Street in Portland. For more information, check out Profile Theatre’s website.

 

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