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Mt. Hood Repertory Theatre Company announces its

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August 8th - 31st, 2003
Directed by Artistic Director Tobias Andersen

The vulgar, egotistic junkman, Harry Brock, has come to a swanky hotel in Washington to make crooked deals with government big-wigs. He has brought with him the charming but dumb ex-chorus girl Billie, whose lack of social graces embarrasses even Harry. Billie must be taught some of the amenities, and a few basic bits of information. The young, idealistic magazine reporter Paul Verrall, who has been investigating political skullduggery and is interested in Brock’s activities, agrees for a salary, to educate Billie. He finds Billie has a natural honesty and a frank streak in her, and she begins to learn about history, politics, and what Harry really is and what he wants.










August 15th - August 30, 2003
Directed by Associate Artistic Director Trish Egan

Winner of both the 1980 Pulitzer Prize and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award as best play of the season. The scene is the ornate, deserted Victorian boathouse on the Talley place in Lebanon, Missouri; the time is 1944. Matt Friedman, an accountant from St. Louis, has arrived to plead his love to Sally Talley, the susceptible, but uncertain daughter of the family. Bookish, erudite, totally honest and delightfully funny, Matt refuses to accept Sally's rebuffs and her fears that her family would never approve of their marriage. Charming and indomitable, he gradually overcomes her defenses, telling her his innermost secrets to his loved one and, in return, learning hers as well. "...Mr. Wilson is one of our most gifted playwrights, a dramatist who deals perceptively with definably American themes...he introduces us to two wonderful people, humanizing and warming them with the radiance of his abundant talent. TALLEY'S FOLLY is a play to savor and cheer." —NY Times.
"It is perhaps the simplest, the most lyrical play Wilson has written—a funny, sweet, touching and marvelously written and contrived love poem for an apple and an orange." —NY Post.

August 10th - August 24th, 2003
Directed by Mary McDonald-Lewis

In a simpler time, all across America on Sunday evenings, families could be found gathered around their Philco radios. Emanating from what were often the parlor centerpieces were stories that entertained the country, news that united the nation, and, communication that kept us connected, each to each other. It was the beginning of our nation truly stretching from sea to shining sea, and in that sense, was perhaps the most hopeful time of all.

Now, you can return with us to that time with Sunday Night by the Philco. On Sundays, August 10, 17, and 24, journey back to the laughter, tears, shivers and shrieks of live radio, performed by Portland's finest stage actors. Join them, and rediscover radio.


All performances take place at the beautiful Mt. Hood Community College Theater:

26000 SE Stark in Gresham, Oregon.
Click Here for driving directions and maps to the College.

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