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Feb 4, 2020 |

Northwest Academy Staff @ Fertile Ground

A number of Northwest Academy Faculty and staff will be participating in this year’s Fertile Ground Festival!  Learn more below!

 

Sweet Iago: David Wagstaff
A staged reading of David Wagstaff’s play Sweet Iago will take place in Northwest Academy’s Blue Box stage on Sunday, February 2 at 2 PM.
The play is set in the year 2050. Iago (of Othello fame) is being replaced as Chief Military Strategist at the Pentagon by a female robot named Cassia. She arrives in his office for a debriefing. Cassia will be read by NWA instructor Kailey Rhodes. Senior, Malcolm Terry, will emcee the event.

Fertile Ground Staged Readings ft Rosalind Fell
Rosalind Fell will be appearing in this year’s Fertile Ground Festival of new works. She will be in PDXPlaywright’s 5×3, A Collection of Short Plays to be performed on Sunday, February 9 at 7 pm at Hipbone Studios. 

Tear Down This Wall ft Caitlin Gibb

Caitlin Gibb will be a part of the Tear Down This Wall choir. The creators of Sirens of Coos Bay and Frankenstein: A Cabaret present a new musical set in Soviet-era Berlin, retelling Ovid’s Pyramus and Thisbe, the original star crossed lovers, this time divided by the Berlin Wall.
The musical will be performed on multiple dates starting on January 29 at the Clinton Street Theatre.

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