Meanwhile, back at the ranch

It may be all TBA, all the time right now.

But that won’t last.

Come Monday morning, the normal theatre season resumes.

And then it’s back to your day job as a Portland theatre-goer.

Where, as always, your mission (should you choose to accept it) is to ponder that age old question:

Out of all the possible shows in the fall calendar you COULD see – which ones WILL you see?

And why?

How will you decide where and when to spend your precious money and (even more precious) time?

It’s never easy.

But here’s a few hints.

* = could be a season highlight

9.20 – 10.13 Northwest Classical Theatre Company – RICHARD III by Bill Shakes
9.24 – 10.20 Artists Repertory Theatre – MISTAKES WERE MADE by Craig Wright
9.27 – 10.20 Third Rail Repertory Theatre – SWEET AND SAD by Richard Nelson
9.27 Back Fence PDX – REDUX: AFTER DARK
9.28 Back Fence PDX – LOSING MY RELIGION
* 10.2 – 11.3 Portland Playhouse – DETROIT by Lisa D’Amour
10.5-27 NT Live at Third Rail Rep – OTHELLO by Bill Shakes
* 10.11 – 11.9 Shaking The Tree – WILDE TALES
10.24 – 11.24 Action/Adventure Theatre – FALL OF THE BAND
10.26 – 11.3 NT Live at Third Rail Rep – MACBETH by Bill Shakes
* 10.29 – 12.1 Artists Repertory Theatre – FOXFINDER by Dawn King
* 11.7-24 Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble – SONG OF THE DODO
11.13 – 12.8 Portland Playhouse – THE OTHER PLACE by Sharr White
* 11.14 – 12.1 Liminal Performance Group – OUR TOWN by Thornton Wilder
* 12.6 – 1.5 Third Rail Repertory Theatre – NOISES OFF by Michael Frayn

As always, should you or any of your IM force be caught or killed, the Secretary will disavow any knowledge of your actions. This tape will self-destruct in five seconds. Good luck, Portland theatre-goer.
As always, should you or any of your IM force be caught or killed, the Secretary will disavow any knowledge of your actions. This tape will self-destruct in five seconds. Good luck, Portland theatre-goer.