Her brother’s diagnosis was a taboo topic. Now it’s center stage.
On an otherwise sparse stage in a large, empty room, Katie Watkins sits on the ground, surrounded by a semicircle of more than two dozen lamps. The lights flicker on and off as the distant roar of a h
Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble’s Enter the Night is beautiful, surreal and surprisingly funny.
In Enter the Night, playwright Maria Irene Fornes
takes on big issues. One character mourns the loss of his lover to AIDS.
Another visits a doctor for her worsening heart palpitations. The third