PWNW is happy to host 2 staged readings as part of Fertile Ground: A City-Wide Festival of New Works.
An engrossing full-length drama about the African-American experience in 1940s Oregon and the rapid rise – and even more rapid fall – of the city of Vanport. Co-winner, 2012 Fratti-Newman Political Play Contest (Castillo Theatre, New York); Finalist, 2012 JAW Festival (Portland Center Stage).
Join us for a talk-back following the January 24th performance.
By Naga Nataka
Directed by Naga Nataka
Jan 30, 31, Feb 1 @ 2pm
Purchase tickets online at fertilegroundpdx.org
What happens when we break the rules around love and sex? Tony & Christine are a 30-something Portland couple who meet Sarah and Brian in a coffeeshop one day. They begin a friendship that quickly develops into romance on all sides. As both couples are drawn deeper into this strange new arrangement, it seems they’ve found a way to rewrite the rules of modern relationships – until it’s revealed that one couple is not what they seem, and everyone must decide what they’ll do next. Kaleidoscope is by Naga Nataka, co-founder of the Missoula-based theatre group The Open Field Artists.