If it’s a Boom Arts event, you know it’s going to be something interesting and relevant, often with an international component.
Here we go again.
What’s it like to be a 16 year old girl in Russia today? It depends which side of the tracks you’re on.
Boom Arts presents two explosive contemporary Russian plays in translation.
The Natasha Plays: I Won and Natasha’s Dream
By Yaroslava Pulinovich
English translation by John Freedman
Directed by Karin Magaldi
Featuring Lily Burnett & Anneke Wisner
Thursday-Saturday, November 21, 22, & 23, 2013 at 7:30pm
Lincoln Hall Studio Theatre, Portland State University
1620 SW Park Avenue, Portland, OR 97201
Performance evenings include both short plays and curated talkback conversations.
Free (donation suggested)
“The unleashed, visceral teenage angst of these monologues is the driving force of this work. For a moment, thanks to Pulinovich, we get the unfettered voice of a younger generation.”- John Barry, Radar Redux: Baltimore Arts and Culture