WHEN: Friday-Saturday, May 11 & 12
TIME: 8:00pm
WHERE: Blackfish Gallery, 420 NW 9th Ave, Portland Oregon 97209
HOW MUCH: $10.00 (Cash or Check Only)
RESERVE: 971.266.3787, readerstheatrerep@gmail.com



The Dirty Old Man   &   Ferris Wheel
by Lewis John Carlino   &   Mary Miller


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A pair of heartwarming, heartbreaking, bittersweet classic one acts.  Join us for an enchanting night of innocent love, fading life, pilgrimages, sunsets on the beach, carnivals and a nasty case of acrophobia.

The Dirty Old Man & Ferris Wheel are directed by Twig Webster and star Jane Geesman, David Heath, Miró Merrill and David Remple.

The show starts at 8PM and runs a little over an hour. Admission is $10.00, cash or check only.

Reservations are strongly encouraged, and walk-ins should arrive by 7:30P. All reserved seats will be released to walk-ins at 7:55P sharp. For information and ticket reservations: 971.266.3787, orreaderstheatrerep@gmail.com.



At RTR we’re committed to producing theatre that’s both excellent and affordable. To that end, we have not raised our ticket prices for 16 years. This year, we’ve raised the price to $10 per ticket. While we regret any inconvenience this may cause our patrons, we’re confident that they will understand that such a step is necessary to keep up with the rising costs of production.


Readers Theatre Repertory was founded in 2001 to tell “small stories with big ideas at their heart,” tales that alternately amuse, confront, assuage and inspire. Using one-act plays as the text, the company focuses on intimate human relationships to explore universal themes. Through these stories and through educational outreach and affordable ticket prices, RTR™ is committed to developing, expanding and diversifying Portland’s theatrical audiences. The company’s main stage season is at Blackfish Gallery™ in Portland’s Pearl District.

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