It's best to watch drama play out onstage, as opposed to in the room where you keep all your porcelain dolphins. See a smash hit with this GrouponLive deal.
- $17.50 for one ticket to see Triangle Productions' Next Fall (up to $35 value)
- When: select dates, Sunday, March 30, through Sunday, April 6
- Where: The Sanctuary
- Seating: reserved
- Door time: one hour before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
Adam and Luke are committed to each other. For five years they've weathered their relationship's ups and downs with wit and honesty, riding out life's changes and handling all their differences—the biggest being the fact that Luke is religious and Adam's an atheist. But when Luke—who's not out to his parents—has an accident and falls into a coma, the hospital won't allow Adam to see him. Now, Adam must negotiate uncharted terrain with Luke's family in order to find support and answers.
Part of why Triangle Productions chose to stage this play, which explores issues such as hospital-visitation rights and equality for same-sex couples, is timeliness. The April 6 show capitalizes on this aspect with a talk-back, featuring Mark Johnson Roberts, member of the Basic Rights Oregon Legal Group and President of the National LGBT Bar Association. Another reason for this staging is the quality of the storytelling itself: in 2010 it was nominated for Tony and Drama Desk Awards, and playwright Geoffrey Nauffts won a John Gassner Award for the script. This production, directed by Don Horn, has already earned praise by The Oregonian for "ask[ing] tough questions."
Going on a quarter-century in business, Triangle Productions forges into the future under the leadership of founder and executive producer Don Horn. The Sanctuary, meanwhile, lends its spacious, 200-seat auditorium as the troupe's home venue. Outside, an ample parking lot ensures attendees won't have trouble finding a space in which to reenact their favorite scenes after the show.