The Reviews are in and SOMETHING EPIC/EVERYDAY is a hit!
“This is theater at its choicest, both raw and refined, urgent and hopeful…”
-Holly Johnson, The Oregonian
Read the whole review here: ‘Something Epic/Everyday’ review: Sketches of mime, dance, narrative and music will have your undivided attention…
“The success of this show is itself a testament to the power of collaborating during tough times. Together, the WTC and Action/Adventure have made something fresh, funny, and poignant, something locally grown, something all their own. They are living the (new) Dream.”
-Jessie Drake, The Portland Mercury
Read the whole review here: Chewing on the American Dream: The Fresh, Funny Something Epic/Everyday
And call 503-893-9075 for reservations for our last weekend. The shows are filling up fast!
Action/Adventure is so very proud to be co-producing The Working Theatre Collective’s most recent production:
Some info on the show:
We find ourselves at an interesting crossroads: jobs have disappeared and it doesn’t seem like they’re coming back. Student loans and home foreclosures and the rising number of people on food stamps and unemployment make the news daily. What do you do when hard work just isn’t enough anymore?
How do you create your own happiness and manifest your own destiny, when everything seems so bleak?
How do you keep optimistic in these dark times?
SOMETHING EPIC/EVERYDAY explores the concept of creating your own American Dream – whatever that means.
Researched, created, and performed by Tara Coen, Noah Dunham, Noelle Eaton, and Devon Wade Granmo; with direction by Ashley Hollingshead, SOMETHING EPIC/EVERYDAY is a mash up of found text, song lyrics, and everyday life.