Venue Details

2 Star Starred
Portland Actors Conservatory
1436 SW Montgomery St. Portland, OR 97201
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Buy a $3 parking pass at the box office.
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3 stars
Seating is horribly uncomfortable. I sat on my sweater :)
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11 reviews
7 stars
attended Sep 18 2014

POWERFUL. Go see this play- Especially if you're the mother of a college to 20 something daughter. There is some foul language and, to some, what may be offensive sexual interactions, so would not recommend bringing children to the play, but...continued

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attended Oct 04 2014

I thought the actors did a fantastic job with an emotionally draining script. The playbill was helpful in providing extra information on references made in the play. The material itself was, wow, just seriously depressing, but powerful.

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attended Sep 11 2014

Amazing performances by all three actresses. I was moved to tears more than once. Bring some tissues and let it all out.

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More Information



This show is appropriate for ages 16 and older due to brief nudity and adult situations.

Running time is 2 hours, 20 minutes, including a 15 minute intermission.

Street parking is available, but you’ll need to purchase a parking pass from the theater due to permit parking. Parking is $3.

About the Ticket Supplier: Badass Theatre Company

Badass Theatre Company was founded on May 2, 2011 by a group of Portland’s most talented and diverse theatre artists who wanted to inspire and diversify the landscape of Portland theatre. Through shared passion, vision, and values the founders defined who we are as a company. Badass Theatre Company is an artist driven, diverse (race, ethnicity, cultural, age, sexual orientation) and collaborative theatre company whose artists are dedicated to fierce, honest, fearless and authentic theatre making that explores, and celebrates stories of otherness.

Their mission is to engage diverse artists and audiences in new and inclusive stories in order to expand the boundaries of mainstream theatre to accurately reflect the many voices of their community.