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Nothing But the Truth

REBECCA JACOBSON
7:30 pm Wednesday-Saturday, 2 pm Sunday, Feb. 13-17., Thursday February 14 | $16-$18.
Theater! Theatre!
3430 SE Belmont St.
 
In devoting a full season to a single playwright—this year, South African Athol Fugard—Profile Theatre is unique in Portland’s performance scene. But the new “In Dialogue” series aims to stretch that mold: Profile will present staged readings of contemporary plays that deepen conversation about the season’s featured playwright. First up is Nothing But the Truth by John Kani, about a South African man preparing to bury his brother who died in exile in England.



Where: Theater! Theatre!
Phone: 242-0080
Address: 3430 SE Belmont St.
Website: profiletheatre.org

 
 

Theater! Theatre!

3430 SE Belmont St.
Portland, OR
 
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