Human Noise: Staged Stories by Raymond Carver
See what happens when a legendary wordsmith meets a genre-defying master of movement in HUMAN NOISE at Imago Theatre.
HUMAN NOISE includes four of Raymond Carver’s earliest works: Gazebo, A Serious Talk, Neighbors, and the poem Torture, which explore the intimate and sometimes unusual struggles and passions of male female relationships. Directed and choreographed by Imago’s Artistic Co-Director Jerry Mouawad, HUMAN NOISE promises to be a total theatre experience, combining realism and lyrical gesture.
CAST: Carol Triffle, Michael Streeter, Danielle Vermette, Nathan Wonder, Emily Welch, Bryan Smith, Sara Fay Goldman. PRODUCTION: Text by Raymond Carver; Direction and Choreography by Jerry Mouawad; Light Design Jon Farley; Stage Management Matt Gray
TICKETS for September 21-29 performances are pay-what-you-will $10 to $20, and may be purchased online, or by calling Imago at 503.231.9581, or TicketsWest at 503.224.8499, at TicketsWest.com, or at the door. See separate calendar listing for details about the special closing night show on September 30.
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