"The Snowstorm" is a new work of physical theatre springboarding from the piano solos of Sergei Rachmaninoff played live on stage to create a unique performance experience blending dance and theatre. Piano solos weave through this original fable set in 19th century Russia, which unravels the knot of three lives united through shared loss. The scripted component is co-written by Eric Nordin and William Sam Gregory with direction and choreography by Jessica Wallenfels. This work in progress performance will share highlights from a two week workshop for the show's creators to explore the evening-length piece with actors. "The Snowstorm" creators welcome audience feedback and invite you to share your experience as they work toward a fully realized production.
Production developed in part through the support of PAC LAB a program of Portland Actor's Conservatory
Production funded in part by a grant from the Regional Arts and Culture Council.
Portland Actors Conervatory (View)
1436 SW Montgomery Street
Portland, OR 97201
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