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Shooflies and Psilocybin

January 31 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Online, N/A, Portland, OR 97207

Theatre Vertigo presents a new, short play by ensemble member Heath Hyun Houghton*.
Director Asae Dean and choreographer Thien Kim Bui create a sensual and kaleidoscopic multimedia presentation that is part experimental film, part photo essay, part radio play.
A young writer, Tae Hoh (Samson Syharath) has recently lost his partner. Through an unlikely encounter with the ghosts of Anita Pallenberg (Jacquelle Davis), who was deeply connected with The Rolling Stones and Peter Orlovsky (Murren Kennedy), a Beat writer and Allen Ginsburg’s longtime partner, Tae Hoh comes to a turning point in this exploration of grief, inspiration and creativity.
Featuring the music of Laura Nyro

Virtual Performances beginning January 31, 2021

FREE event, donations appreciated

For more information visit www.theatrevertigo.org

Donations: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?donation=verti

This project is presented by Fertile Ground with a GROW AWARD supported by an Arts Equity and Access grant from the Regional Arts and Culture Council

Tae Hoh – Samson Syharath
Anita Pallenberg – Jacquelle Davis*
Peter Orlovsky – Murren Kennedy

Director – Asae Dean
Movement – Thien Kim Bui
Costumes – Kaia Maarja Hillier*
Video – Harper York
Sound – Alex Albrecht

*Denotes Theatre Vertigo Ensemble

Special Thanks to Sleeper Studios, Allison Anderson, and Rio Rios

[See also Theatre Vertigo’s website.]