CRT’s Staged Play Reading Series Ends May 4

Article by: Janet Paulson


 

OREGON CITY - Clackamas Repertory Theatre's fifth annual staged play-reading series, "Sundays at Three," concludes on May 4 with a production of "Don't Go Gentle," by Stephen Belber.

Facing his own mortality, a successful, retired judge begins to examine his life, questioning his actions and his entire moral philosophy. He realizes his convictions were racially motivated and attempts to help an unfairly prosecuted young black woman and her son. But in welcoming them into his home, he risks further alienation from his own children who have suffered mightily from his unforgiving ideology.

Company member Annie Rimmer directs a talented cast that includes several Portland actors new to Clackamas Rep: Ithica Tell and Chip Sherman, both members of Post5 Theatre Company.

The staged reading is at 3 p.m. in the Osterman Theatre, followed with "talk backs" with the actors and director, and free cookies and coffee.

Tickets are $10 each and are available online at www.clackamasrep.org or at the box office in the Niemeyer Center. For more information call 503-594-3915.

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Editor's note: Photo is from "Tigers be Still", a 2012 CRT staged reading

 

 

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