Share
 
 



BOX OFFICE: 503.922.0532
pubinfo@publichousetheatre.org

 

  PO Box 19972
Portland, OR 97280
     
     
 

More Than Meets The Eye

 
 

There is almost always more than we notice at first glance. Sometimes, there is more than we will ever see. This season, come explore what lies beneath the surface as we take an intriguing look into the relationships we forge, the actions we take, and the life we live as Public House Theatre Company discovers that there is indeed More Than Meets The Eye.


Stones in His Pockets
Directed By Michael Mendelson

September 10 - October 2, 2010
Thurs - Sat at 7:30 PM
Sun at 2:00 PM

     


Shape of Things
Directed By Dustin Milberg

January 14 - February 5, 2011
Thurs - Sat at 7:30 PM
Sun at 2:00 PM

     


Same Time, Next Year
Directed by Rusty Tennant

April 8 - 30, 2011
Thurs - Sat at 7:30 PM
Sun at 2:00 PM

When a Hollywood film crew invades a rural Irish town, the irony of their efforts to create the proper "Irish feel" takes a hilarious look at class, sex, and myths. Stones in His Pockets, a multi-award winner which ran for four years in London's West End, is told by Charlie and Jake, who, like much of the town, are employed as extras for the film. Taking on all 15 roles they tell a fast paced, delirious fantasy of film that becomes a tribute to the imaginative power of live performance.

This comedy contains some adult language and themes.

     

Quiet and unassuming Adam is changing in a major way, thanks to his new art student girlfriend. As their relationship develops, Evelyn encourages Adam to change in ways that surprise his friends, and becomes darker as her influence increases. Neil LaBute explores "How far would you go for love?" in this modern day retelling of the fall of man. The final, shocking exhibition challenges our most deeply entrenched ideas about art and love as Evelyn reveals her true intentions.

This production contains adult language and situations.

     

One of the most popular romantic comedies of the century, Same Time, Next Year tells the story of Doris and George who after meeting by chance at a romantic inn in Northern California have an affair and agree to meet the same time next year. Their once a year tryst develops into a surprising intimacy that takes a humorous, yet tender look at 24-years of changing manners, morals and attitudes.

This comedy contains some adult language and themes.

 


 

 
 

Questions? Please visit our Policy Information Page or call 503.922.0532

This website and all technologies contained herein are the sole property of Public House Theatre Company. No part of this site may be used without the express written consent of Public House Theatre Company and Greblim Enterprises.

To contact the developer, please send email to webmaster@publichousetheatre.org.