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Production calendar

Evening performances begin at 7:30pm
and matinees at 2:00pm

NEWS AND REVIEWS
Actor Andrés Alcalá interviewed on OPB’s State of Wonder
Eyes for Consuela featured in The Oregonian

Awoken from his dreams, Henry, an American with a quiet past, throws himself into the Mexican jungle chasing after shadows of regret. Entranced by adventure, music, and his own obsession, he finds himself in a game where the rules move to an unknown rhythm and the truth is in the eye of the beholder.

Directed By Mikhael Tara Garver

Featuring: Andrés Alcalá, Gilberto Martin Del Campo, Michael Mendelson*, Crystal Muñoz, Edna F. Vazquez

Production Team: Will Bailey (Board Operations), Jessica Bobillot (Costume Design), Carl Faber (Lighting Design), Chelle Jazuk (Assistant Production Manager), Sara Ludeman (Properties Design, Wardrobe), Bailey Maxwell (Production Apprentice), Sharath Patel (Sound Design), Seth Reiser (Scenic Design), Brent J. Sullivan (Production Manager), D Westerholm* (Stage Manager)

This production runs approximately 85 minutes with no intermission.
There will be no late seating for this production. Please allow plenty of time to arrive at the theatre.
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sign interpreted performance  ASL-interpreted performance: January 23.

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*Member, Actor’s Equity Association

 

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In Dialogue is our series of lectures, pre-show talks, post-show discussions, concerts and other supplemental programming that explore our featured writer’s world.  In Dialogue readings include new and contemporary plays in conversation with Sam Shepard’s body of work, as well as readings of Shepard plays not included in our Main Stage season or Festival of One Acts.

Go deeper into the play and the world of Sam Shepard with unique events before or after almost every performance! All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

Click here to view all In Dialogue events throughout Eyes for Consuela. 

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