Theatre Vertigo Presents Rob Handel's A MAZE

Theatre Vertigo Presents Rob Handel's A MAZE

There are two kinds of mazes: the kind where you try to get through and out the other side, and the kind where you try to get to the center. A teenage girl recreates her identity after eight years held captive in a suburban basement; a band remakes itself post-rehab and post-hit-song; a self-taught artist gains a cult following for his 15,000- page comic book. Workshopped at JAW at PCS in 2010, Theatre Vertigo is proud to bring A Maze back to Portland for a full production.


Friday, April 14-Saturday, May 13

Thursdays-Saturdays at 7:30pm

Sundays at 2:00pm (no matinee on April 16)

**Added 7:30pm shows on Sunday April 30 and Sunday May 7!


Adults: $20; Students: $10 (with valid ID)

**Thursday and Sunday evenings are Pay-What-You-Will!


Shoebox Theatre

2110 SE 10th Ave.

Portland, OR 97214


Director: Nate Cohen*

Stage Manager: Kristen Kraklow*

Production Manager: Jenn Lindell+

Scenic Design: Tyler Buswell*

Technical Direction: Tyler Buswell*

Properties Design: Corey McCarey

Lighting Design: Joel Patrick Durham

Master Electrician: Alex Agnes

Sound Design/Musical Composition: Andrew Bray

Costume Design: Shenekah Telles


Jessica: Kaia Maarja Hillier*

Angela/Queen/Hermione: Jocelyn Seid

Kim/Tish: Paige McKinney

Paul: Nathan Crosby*

Oksana: Shannon Mastel

Tom/Alexander/Gunter: R. David Wyllie*

Beeson/Galgalim: Nathan Dunkin*

King/Gareth: James Dixon

+Denotes Theatre Vertigo Associate Artist

*Denotes Theatre Vertigo Ensemble Member


Since its beginnings in 1997, Theatre Vertigo has successfully functioned as a group of artists with a shared passion for producing high-quality, ensemble driven theatre in a collaborative environment. The organization operates under a unique model sans the more traditional leadership of an artistic or managing director.

In 2015, keeping this foundation in mind, Vertigo's mission statement was updated to include a commitment to the production of new or rarely seen works. With this new mission in place, Theatre Vertigo aims to become a destination for playwrights to develop their work in a collaborative setting, both locally in Portland and abroad.

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