Dramatic Repertory Company Production History

Blue/Orange
BLUE/ORANGE
Performance Times

Wed. March 2 @8pm**
Thurs. March 3 @8pm
Fri. March 4 @8pm
Sat. March 5 @8pm
Sun. March 6 @2pm

Wed. March 9 @8pm**
Thurs. March 10 @8pm
Fri. March 11 @8pm
Sat. March 12 @8pm

** Discount Wednesdays -- All Seats $10

PLEASE NOTE:
Sales at the door are CASH ONLY

Pope Brock
Pope Brock*
Evan Dalzell
Evan Dalzell
Kevin O Peterson
Kevin O Peterson
* Member of Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers
in the United States, appearing under a Special Appearance Contract

Pope Brock (Robert) Off-Broadway: Class Enemy, Players Theater; Translations, Manhattan Theatre Club; The London Poor, American Place Theater. Regional: Of Mice and Men, Pittsburgh Public Theater and Stage West; Ah, Wilderness!, Barter Theater; others. Off-off-Broadway: Ensemble Studio Theater, La Mama, 12th Street Playhouse. Film: Last Rites with Randy Quaid. Radio: "Our Life Together Among the Works of Art" (WBAI, New York) and "The Cleansed" (WMPG, Portland; www.finalrune.com). Training: MFA in Acting, New York University School of the Arts. Mr. Brock is the author of two books, Indiana Gothic and Charlatan: America's Most Dangerous Huckster, the Man Who Pursued Him and the Age of Flimflam. He lives in Falmouth with his two daughters, Hannah and Molly.

Evan Dalzell (Bruce) Evan is very excited and honored to perform with DRC in their flagship production of Blue/Orange. Evan studied theatre at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada where he was fortunate to work with some of Canada's most distinguished theatrical scholars and playwrights. His past roles include Cadmus in a modern translation of The Bacchai, Lenny Ganz in Neil Simon's Rumors and, most recently, as Woody in Mad Horse Theatre's production of John Guare's Six Degrees of Separation.

Kevin O Peterson (Christopher) Theatre: Second (2009 EMACT DASH Award-Winner for Best Supporting Actor in a Play), Violet, Children of the Streets, The Argument, Escape from Happiness, The Sing Song Show. He started his journey of acting by playing an extra in a feature film. Since then, he has done numerous feature films, independent films, tv and commercials including The Fighter, Edge of Darkness, Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Ghosts of Girlfriends Past and Pink Panther Deux. Kevin is also a model, award-winning bodybuilder and personal trainer, and currently makes his home in Randolph, Massachusetts.

MARCH 2 - 12, 2011


“BOLD, SHARP, and TIMELY!
This play and this production pose
a wealth of provocative questions”

- Portland Phoenix, March 9, 2011
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“POWERFUL!
The play's relevance is unmistakable
Gives audiences much to think about.”

- Portland Press Herald, March 5, 2011
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BLUE/ORANGE
by Joe Penhall
directed by Keith Powell Beyland

In a London psychiatric hospital, a charismatic patient claims to be the son of an infamous African Dictator – a story that becomes more and more plausible. Winner of the Olivier Award for Best New Play, Joe Penhall's Blue/Orange is a fascinating tale of race, mental illness and a power struggle between two doctors, and two diagnoses, filled with razor-sharp humor.

at the STUDIO THEATER
@ PORTLAND STAGE
25A Forest Avenue, Portland, Maine [map]



PREMIUM SEATING – Get a reserved Front & Center seat without having to arrive early! Select Premium Seating and we will reserve your seat up until 5 minutes prior to the printed curtain time. If you arrive after that time, your reserved seat may be released, but you will still be able to see the show. There will be no refunds for late arrivals. $15 of your Premium Seat purchase counts as a tax-deductible donation to Dramatic Repertory Company.

DISCOUNT WEDNESDAYS – All seats to Wednesday Evening performances are $10!

AT THE BOX OFFICE – Please note that all sales at the door are CASH ONLY.



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