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Ken Yoshikawa Artist
An actor-poet-playwright from Portland, Ken's notable credits include 1984 (Artists Rep); Renaissance: Technically and Mojada, A Medea in Los Angeles (Portland Center Stage); The Journal of Ben Uchida (Oregon Children’s ...
Renaissance: Technically invites audiences to climb inside the window of technology as we spin our way into digital storytelling. This project is the first step in an ongoing experiment that strives to blur the edges between the digital world and real life, and investigate the very process of creating and experiencing art. Nine dynamic artists — including poets, musicians, dancers, actors, and visual artists — have come together to devise this virtual theater event. Join us for a multifaceted journey in progress, with a choose-your-own-adventure twist.
A love letter, an elegy, the building of a play, the striking of a set, the putting on and taking off of roles and hats and moments. Drawing on Štĕpán Šimek’s translation of Chekhov’s The Seagull and the writing of company member Chris Gonzalez, PETE will render a new play that asks: what are we all really doing here?
When an unexpected tragedy befalls the crew aboard space cruiser Elegua IV, they are thrust into a thrilling mystery which threatens their mission to preserve humanity. Conceived by Portland artist Phil Johnson, this science fiction audio experience explores how the systems we trust may not always be on our side.
Josie Seid on the Creative Team:
“We have visual artists, we have musicians, we have poets, we have people who dance, we have actors, we have singers — so anything can happen. When you get that kind of juice in the room, and all those different kinds of lenses, you have this glorious kaleidoscope of work that’s going to happen.”
The cast from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival production comes to Portland!
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