January 9 – 25

The Man Who Could See Through Time(download poster)

A scientifically romantic comedy about a stalwart, astorphysicist, well-versed in the ways of science and the universe, suddenly confronted with the most curious of discoveries: love.  A clever ride through the mind in a gloves-off battle of hearts to determine, once and for all, which is more important: science or art.

NOTE:  This production will be staged at an alternate venue:  Backdoor Theater, 4319 SE Hawthorn Blvd., Portland. (map)

January 9 – 25, 2015
Fridays / Saturdays  7:30pm
Sundays 2:00pm
$15



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Our 2015 Season

September 12 – 27
The Man Who Could See Through Time
A comedy-drama pitting the depths of scientific theory against the fundamental passions of art.  Love is at stake with the Nobel prize hanging in the balance.
November 7 – 23
The Diary of Anne Frank
The true story of a young Jewish girl’s account of her family’s survival in the attic of a small Danish household during the holocaust.
December 12 – 14
A Very Boring Christmas
A fund-raiser, filled with games, prizes, and holiday fun to fill the heart.
January 9-25
The Man Who Could See Through Time
(Alternate venue: Back Door Theater 4319 SE Hawthorne Blvd., Portland)
A comedy-drama pitting the depths of scientific theory against the fundamental passions of art.  Love is at stake with the Nobel prize hanging in the balance.
March 6 – 22
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
Tom Stoppard’s fantastical back-story of Hamlet told from the point of view of the Danish Prince’s two foolhardy friends destined for death and other nonsense.
May 15 – 24
Sleeping Beauty in Space
Children’s theater. The classic fairy-tale of love, woe, wishes, evil queens, and intergalactic spaceships.

 



Photos from recent shows

The Diary of Anne Frank

(November, 2014)