The Reformers community has adapted William Shakespeare’s classic King Lear; the group’s first production in a theatrical space.
Not just a play, LĒR is an immersive experience told across multiple mediums – an ongoing meta-narrative; a three-part podcast series at bit.ly/2U7mrEf; an album of music composed by multiple Drammy winner Richard E. Moore and – endlessly more.
The Reformers have startled and scared audiences with their previous presentations The Revenants, The Turn, and Yes No Goodbye. Bear in mind that this presentation will not be your traditional King Lear.
LĒR was written by Caitlin Nolan and Sean Doran. It’s presented Friday March 15 through Sunday March 31, Thursdays – Sundays at 7:30 pm; Sunday March 31 at 2 pm at Shoebox Theatre 2110 SE 10th Ave. Tickets available $18 online at bit.ly/2tC7b6N and at the door. See TheReformersPdx.com.