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Yeah, I've always thought that the play itself was shit. Like it was written by a guy who'd seen too many other plays. That said, I bet this production of it is awesome.
Maybe you didn't laugh out loud because of the stick up your tight bum? I wheezed out loud, thanks.
Didn't Rothko hate Portland and couldn't wait to escape it?
EXCELLENT REVIEW ALISON! You were not rolled over by the magnitude of the subject.
My anticipation that through this play my appreciation and understanding of Rothko would be enriched dissapaited with Daniel Benzali's opening monologue. His booming, growling delivery may be fitting for a King Lear or Iago with a single intensity and cadance that remained as an actor delivering lines. Didactic statement stacted on didactic statement ad nauseum. All base rhythm, no melody. The staging: set, lights, blocking, action are very good and visually rewarding.
In reading the play, I was very conscious of two-hander-itis: characters bantering back and forth between one another before one says something profound enough to end a scene. It struck me as a very undramatic drama.
This is the best, funniest play I have seen in Portland in a very long time and I hope everyone goes to see it!
Jenna, I suggest you try attending the opera again someday. There's a lot of great music, singing, and staging out there and there are reasons why Puccini's, Verdi's, Mozart's et al. works are still being performed after all this time.
Very nice! Did you see Cloud 9 at Vertigo? That show definitely deserved Best Something. It was fantastic.
You can get two-for-one tickets here:
I want to see this sooooo badly - but ticket prices are a bit spendy :( Any give-aways happening that I should be aware of? Thanks!!
The Northwest Dance Project sold out of all their shows!
I agree--especially concerning the tediousness of listening to a play satirizing an audience we're supposed to identify with...and don't.
Is it totally declasse to link to another review? http://thatplayfuckingsucked.blogspot.com/
Thanks for coming to review the show, Alison. Just wanted to let you and your readers know that we've fixed the speaker buzz the next day, so it's no longer a distraction. -Tim, Marketing Director at Miracle
He proved that Canadians can be just as disgusting as Americans. And that means something. I have absolutely no idea what, though.
its not that he sucks, lots of comedy hacks suck.
Its that he doesnt seem to know it.
I always thought this guy sucked. Seeing that he's going bald now makes him even worse.
Andy Dick is far superior by comparison.
It is not true that the parking situation around the Portland Playhouse is the reason that the Playhouse moved its productions downtown - not true whatsoever. While neighbors are in discussion with the Playhouse about a better parking plan for Playhouse patrons, the Playhouse moved its plays out of the building on NE Prescott because they were violating zoning code concerning use of the building. A quick fact-check email to the NA would have verified this and avoided misinforming the public, but alas.
Alan Silver, King Neighborhood Association
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