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Thursday, August 23, 2018 from 7:30-9pm
7:30-9pm
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Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE PRESENTS TITLE AND DEED by Will Eno "Samuel Beckett for the Jon Stewart Generation" The NY Times Starring Todd Van Voris Directed by Jerry Mouawad Aug 10 to Aug 25, nine shows Thurs/Fri/Sat 7:30; With one matinee on Sat, Aug 25th at 2PM; Fri/Sat Tickets $20; Thurs/Sat Matinee $15 “We are all embarked upon a strange, aimless journey from nowhere to nowhere — or to put it a bit more cheerily, from somewhere to somewhere else — according to the friendly sojourner in Will Eno’s Title and Deed, a haunting and often fiercely funny meditation on life as a state of permanent exile…. The graven imprint of Samuel Beckett is strong in Mr. Eno’s solo works” wrote the The New York Times. A nameless stranger traveled from an unknown land similar to our own yet uncertain in its parallel. He is dour and apologetic for his down quality yet paints a picture of his world as festive “We'd throw a parade for anything.” In Eno’s world the audience, the space, the theatre are all one – which fits director Jerry Mouawad’s world of theatre and his ability to bring out “the moment” with terse and simple language within an indefinable universe. Mouawad teams up with powerhouse actor Todd Van Voris who plays the foreigner. They worked together in Imago’s acclaimed production of Eugene O’Neill’s “Hughie” in 2016 for which Van Voris received a Drammy nomination for best actor.
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24
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Friday, August 24, 2018 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
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Theatre Vertigo
Lou, an employee at a Jewish deli in New York City begins to think he’s the messiah and starts a church with his friend TJ, a lighthouse keeper who is married to a seal. With the help of the Wandering Jew, a washed up Christian rapper, an IRS agent with a terminal illness and God (or someone who sounds like God,) Lou and TJ will attempt to change religion as we know it. Plus: a stolen crocodile, a bumbling member of the mafia, an aspiring marine biologist and archaic references to Robocop 2, the Life of Pi and Sound of Music. Fun for the whole part of the family!! Starring Emmett Rothermich, Della Cosloy, Sawyer Jackson, Petey Vidito, Owen Atlansky, Andrew Rehmann, Sarah Powell, Jess Orkin, Nate Davis and Tucker Hoffman! Directed by Nate Davis and Emmett Rothermich and written by Nate Davis!
Friday, August 24, 2018 from 7:30-9pm
7:30-9pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE PRESENTS TITLE AND DEED by Will Eno "Samuel Beckett for the Jon Stewart Generation" The NY Times Starring Todd Van Voris Directed by Jerry Mouawad Aug 10 to Aug 25, nine shows Thurs/Fri/Sat 7:30; With one matinee on Sat, Aug 25th at 2PM; Fri/Sat Tickets $20; Thurs/Sat Matinee $15 “We are all embarked upon a strange, aimless journey from nowhere to nowhere — or to put it a bit more cheerily, from somewhere to somewhere else — according to the friendly sojourner in Will Eno’s Title and Deed, a haunting and often fiercely funny meditation on life as a state of permanent exile…. The graven imprint of Samuel Beckett is strong in Mr. Eno’s solo works” wrote the The New York Times. A nameless stranger traveled from an unknown land similar to our own yet uncertain in its parallel. He is dour and apologetic for his down quality yet paints a picture of his world as festive “We'd throw a parade for anything.” In Eno’s world the audience, the space, the theatre are all one – which fits director Jerry Mouawad’s world of theatre and his ability to bring out “the moment” with terse and simple language within an indefinable universe. Mouawad teams up with powerhouse actor Todd Van Voris who plays the foreigner. They worked together in Imago’s acclaimed production of Eugene O’Neill’s “Hughie” in 2016 for which Van Voris received a Drammy nomination for best actor.
Saturday
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25
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Saturday, August 25, 2018 from 2-3:30pm
2-3:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE PRESENTS TITLE AND DEED by Will Eno "Samuel Beckett for the Jon Stewart Generation" The NY Times Starring Todd Van Voris Directed by Jerry Mouawad Aug 10 to Aug 25, nine shows Thurs/Fri/Sat 7:30; With one matinee on Sat, Aug 25th at 2PM; Fri/Sat Tickets $20; Thurs/Sat Matinee $15 “We are all embarked upon a strange, aimless journey from nowhere to nowhere — or to put it a bit more cheerily, from somewhere to somewhere else — according to the friendly sojourner in Will Eno’s Title and Deed, a haunting and often fiercely funny meditation on life as a state of permanent exile…. The graven imprint of Samuel Beckett is strong in Mr. Eno’s solo works” wrote the The New York Times. A nameless stranger traveled from an unknown land similar to our own yet uncertain in its parallel. He is dour and apologetic for his down quality yet paints a picture of his world as festive “We'd throw a parade for anything.” In Eno’s world the audience, the space, the theatre are all one – which fits director Jerry Mouawad’s world of theatre and his ability to bring out “the moment” with terse and simple language within an indefinable universe. Mouawad teams up with powerhouse actor Todd Van Voris who plays the foreigner. They worked together in Imago’s acclaimed production of Eugene O’Neill’s “Hughie” in 2016 for which Van Voris received a Drammy nomination for best actor.
Saturday, August 25, 2018 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
Venue:
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Theatre Vertigo
Lou, an employee at a Jewish deli in New York City begins to think he’s the messiah and starts a church with his friend TJ, a lighthouse keeper who is married to a seal. With the help of the Wandering Jew, a washed up Christian rapper, an IRS agent with a terminal illness and God (or someone who sounds like God,) Lou and TJ will attempt to change religion as we know it. Plus: a stolen crocodile, a bumbling member of the mafia, an aspiring marine biologist and archaic references to Robocop 2, the Life of Pi and Sound of Music. Fun for the whole part of the family!! Starring Emmett Rothermich, Della Cosloy, Sawyer Jackson, Petey Vidito, Owen Atlansky, Andrew Rehmann, Sarah Powell, Jess Orkin, Nate Davis and Tucker Hoffman! Directed by Nate Davis and Emmett Rothermich and written by Nate Davis!
Saturday, August 25, 2018 from 7:30-9pm
7:30-9pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE PRESENTS TITLE AND DEED by Will Eno "Samuel Beckett for the Jon Stewart Generation" The NY Times Starring Todd Van Voris Directed by Jerry Mouawad Aug 10 to Aug 25, nine shows Thurs/Fri/Sat 7:30; With one matinee on Sat, Aug 25th at 2PM; Fri/Sat Tickets $20; Thurs/Sat Matinee $15 “We are all embarked upon a strange, aimless journey from nowhere to nowhere — or to put it a bit more cheerily, from somewhere to somewhere else — according to the friendly sojourner in Will Eno’s Title and Deed, a haunting and often fiercely funny meditation on life as a state of permanent exile…. The graven imprint of Samuel Beckett is strong in Mr. Eno’s solo works” wrote the The New York Times. A nameless stranger traveled from an unknown land similar to our own yet uncertain in its parallel. He is dour and apologetic for his down quality yet paints a picture of his world as festive “We'd throw a parade for anything.” In Eno’s world the audience, the space, the theatre are all one – which fits director Jerry Mouawad’s world of theatre and his ability to bring out “the moment” with terse and simple language within an indefinable universe. Mouawad teams up with powerhouse actor Todd Van Voris who plays the foreigner. They worked together in Imago’s acclaimed production of Eugene O’Neill’s “Hughie” in 2016 for which Van Voris received a Drammy nomination for best actor.
Sunday
Aug
26
2018
Sunday, August 26, 2018 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
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Theatre Vertigo
Lou, an employee at a Jewish deli in New York City begins to think he’s the messiah and starts a church with his friend TJ, a lighthouse keeper who is married to a seal. With the help of the Wandering Jew, a washed up Christian rapper, an IRS agent with a terminal illness and God (or someone who sounds like God,) Lou and TJ will attempt to change religion as we know it. Plus: a stolen crocodile, a bumbling member of the mafia, an aspiring marine biologist and archaic references to Robocop 2, the Life of Pi and Sound of Music. Fun for the whole part of the family!! Starring Emmett Rothermich, Della Cosloy, Sawyer Jackson, Petey Vidito, Owen Atlansky, Andrew Rehmann, Sarah Powell, Jess Orkin, Nate Davis and Tucker Hoffman! Directed by Nate Davis and Emmett Rothermich and written by Nate Davis!
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Thursday, August 30, 2018 at noon through Sunday, October 21, 2018 at 3pm
noon through Sunday, October 21 at 3pm
Over the years as Bordowitz has turned his poetics and camera lens inward, he has examined rituals of living with HIV, often in relation to popular images of disaster and cultural spectacle: crashes and pratfalls, in particular. Seeking to reach the largest possible audiences, Bordowitz has deployed the language of television to create internationally celebrated films about the culture and politics of the AIDS epidemic, intended, in Bordowitz’s words, “... to facilitate moves toward the treatment and cure of AIDS, the distribution of HIV-prevention education, and the protection of civil rights.” Bordowitz’ films, writings, and performances share a concern with pedagogies of healing and learning while embracing doubt and vulnerability.
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Saturday, September 1, 2018 from 8-10pm
8-10pm
International Western Music Association Entertainer of the Year and 3-Time Female Performer of the Year Singer-Songwriter Juni Fisher with IWMA Top-5 Male Cowboy Poet Tom Swearingen opening. Performing at Portland, Oregon's premier 'listening room' Cafe Artichoke at Artichoke Music. Beer, wine, coffee, tea, and light snacks available. Seats are limited so advance purchase is recommended at https://090118.brownpapertickets.com/. Doors open at 7:30. Show 8-10.
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