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Gerding Theater at the Armory - Ellyn Bye Studio
Portland Center Stage 128 NW Eleventh Avenue Portland, OR 97209
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Jake's is just one block up and one to two over. Their food is magnificent. I'd highly recommend dining there after the show.
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We ate just down the street at The Parish before the show. Food never misses. This time they had an asparagus served with a buttermilk panacotta and pecan butter sauce. OMG.
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4 reviews
1 stars
attended Mar 08 2011

Blah! Not worth the time or money.

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27 stars
attended Mar 22 2011

VERY good, don't miss this! Quite thought provoking.

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6 reviews
6 stars
attended Mar 26 2011

Interesting throughout. good production values for small theater space. Not quite standing ovation material.

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Quotes & Highlights

“Nothing in future feels thoughtless: from the Multi-touch-like motions with which Larsen manipulates her presentation to the smashed electronics, broken for fear of bugging, that fill the terrorist hideout. With the help of Mimi Lien’s origamilike scenic design and Casi Pacilio’s buzzing soundscape, Fagan achieves the solidity of place that so often evades theatrical sci-fi.”  —_Willamette Week _
“Harrison’s vision of a totalitarian global corporation controlling information is hardly a new conceit, but he uses it effectively to make us think about the way seemingly mundane changes to the way we communicate can affect intellectual freedom, privacy and meaning.”  —The Oregonian
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By Jordan Harrison

Directed by Kip Fagan

Jordan Harrison’s last trip to PCS launched a gender-bending, Drammy Award-winning hit with Act a Lady.

This time he returns with a different axe to grind: the future of the words you are reading right now. And “futura”? Well, it’s a font; it’s a love story; but ultimately it’s one rogue professor’s quest to avenge her missing husband – and the lost art of ink on paper.