In All Well, audiences will go sightless inside an arctic shipwreck.
Lie back in your hammock and listen.
That’s the invitation of Portland’s oddest fall theater offering, October’s Wild Card collaboration between Third Rail Repertory Theatre and Portland Exper
That Hopey Changey Thing is like reverse dinner
theater: Rather than audience members munching on their meal, it’s the
actors sipping wine and gobbling pie. Some even take second helpings.
In middle school, I acted in a production of The Odyssey.
Bored by a dumbed-down script, our adolescent cast attempted to punch
it up with absurdity: Circe wore a sweater vest yet spoke in slang.
Things fall apart, but not in the way you’d guess.
It’s a setup for farce: In the wake of America’s financial
and emotional collapse of 2007, Hannah (Rebecca Lingafelter), a tightly
wound lawyer, desperately tries to stay in control despite a