Your last chance to see Portland Actors Ensemble’s free 2014 Twilight Tragedie, Antony and Cleopatra, is this weekend–don’t miss it!
All good things must come to an end, and Portland Actors Ensemble’s beautiful and free 2014 Twilight Tragedie production of Antony and Cleopatra is no exception. If you haven’t seen it yet, or if you want to experience it again, come join us this weekend for our final performances!
The final performances of Portland Actors Ensemble’s Antony and Cleopatra will take place this weekend, on Thursday, July 24th, Friday, July 25th and Saturday, July 26th, all at Woodstock Park beginning at 7pm on all nights. Woodstock Park is located at the corner of SE 47th Avenue and SE Steele Street in Portland. All performances are free. The performance on July 26th will also be ASL interpreted, thanks to the Oregon Arts Commission.
You can read some of the great reviews for Portland Actors Ensemble’s Antony and Cleopatra here. Come see for yourself the excellent acting, beautiful costumes and an interesting, well-lit set layout
We’ve also featured a number of Cleo Chat interviews on the blog with the cast and crew of Portland Actors Ensemble’s Antony and Cleopatra—here’s one with our director, Elizabeth Huffman, who gives us her insights on putting this elaborate show together.
Summer Shakespeare with Portland Actors Ensemble–it’s a tradition for many, and a great way to enjoy a lovely summer evening! Come join us to bid a fond farewell to our free production of Antony and Cleopatra!
Come join us, or the Soothsayer will get you!
Also many chances to see Portland Actors Ensemble’s 2014 Summer Shakespeare in the Parks free touring production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream–find the show schedule here. It runs July 12th through Labor Day weekend.
Have any questions about Antony and Cleopatra? We’d love to hear about it down in the comments, so feel free to stop by and say hi!
Till next time,
Take pains; be perfect; adieu!Athena McElrath is an actor and singer who is also an Administrative Board member with Portland Actor’s Ensemble. She helps PAE with social media and educational outreach. She often works onstage with her husband, K.J. McElrath, in their cabaret act, called McElrath Cabaret, which features songs from classic Broadway, Hollywood and Tin Pan Alley. For more: http://mcelrathcabaret.com/