The Undiscovered Country By Dc Copeland

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Defunkt Theatre proudly presents the world premiere of The Undiscovered Country by DC Copeland
directed by Paul Angelo
May 8-June 20, 2015
Thursdays - Sundays at 7:30 pm (no show Sunday May 10)
At The Back Door Theater • 4321 SE Hawthorne Blvd. Portland, OR (enter through the Common Grounds Coffee Shop)
Pay-what-you-can Thursdays & Sundays, Sliding Scale $15-$25 Fridays and Saturdays

Reservations are encouraged as space is limited
For tickets:
call 503 481 2960

The Undiscovered Country (World Premiere) May 8-June 20, 2015
by DC Copeland directed by Paul Angelo

A trio of interwoven tales of addiction combine to make a scintillating evening of theater exploring one of the major health epidemics of our time. The Undiscovered Country explores different facets of addiction in our community and how the power of love can both push people further into its grip or offer the hope of redemption. Collaborating with Paul Angelo after last season’s hit Let A Hundred Flowers Bloom, and DC Copeland a rising young American playwright, who has chosen to make Portland her home, Defunkt creates a world class evening of theater that is entirely Made In Oregon.

Spencer Conway
Matthew Kern*
Lauren Modica
Lynn Sher

directed by Paul Angelo

Special Post Show Talkback Events May 16 and June 6 with playwright DC Copeland

Note: The Undiscovered Country contains profanity and adult themes and is recommended for mature high school students and older.

Production Manager: Andrew Klaus-Vineyard*
Stage Manager:/Dramaturg: Sarah Armitage*
Scenic Design: Max Ward
Lighting Design: Peter West
Sound Design: Andrew Klaus-Vineyard*
Costumes: Annie Ganousis
PR/Outreach: Matthew Kern*

*Defunkt Theatre core group

Defunkt's 15th Anniversary Season: Out of the Wild is made possible in part through the support of Ronni Lacroute/Willakenzie Estate, The Portland Civic Guild, Bucks For Buildings, Ellyn Bye, The James F and Marion L Miller Foundation, The Oregon Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts
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