13 actors take part in an epic two-part play (performed in different months) by Matthew Lopez at triangle productions!, 1785 NE Sandy Blvd. “The Inheritance” tells the story of three generations of gay men in New York City attempting to forge a future for themselves amid a turbulent and changing America.
Eric Glass is a political activist engaged to his writer boyfriend, Toby Darling. When two strangers enter their lives (an older man and a younger one), their future suddenly becomes uncertain as they begin to chart divergent paths. Inspired by E.M. Forster’s masterpiece, “Howard’s End,” the play is an epic examination of survival, healing, class divide and what it means to call a place home.
Part one runs Thursday, April 6-Saturday, April 22; part two is Thursday, June 1-Saturday, June 17. Tickets ($15+) for part one are currently on sale at bit.ly/TheInheritanceApril or by calling 503.239.5919. Performances take place at 7:30 pm, with the exception of the Sunday, April 16 show at 2 pm.