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KLCC Theater Reviews
  • Predictor, now playing at Oregon Contemporary Theatre, is based on the true story of Meg Crane, a graphic designer who goes to work for a large drug company in the sixties.
  • Born with Teeth, Liz Duffy Adams witty two-person comedy briskly directed by Rob Melrose, pits Will and Kit, the nickname for Christopher, against each other as extremely competitive playwrights vying for patronage. Don’t take this play as history. The facts aren’t well known, and Adams uses her imagination, just as Shakespeare did with his history plays.
  • To offset the costs of large productions like Macbeth, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival has scheduled several one-person shows written by actors. These engaging writer/performers are all dedicated to interpreting Shakespeare’s characters.
  • A riveting production of Macbeth, shrewdly directed by Evren Odcikin, gives festival fans a reason to rejoice. The quality is first-rate in every way. Kevin Kenerly, during 28 seasons at the festival, has played many of Shakespeare’s main characters, including Macduff, but this is his first Macbeth.