Bike Play 8: Adventures in BikeSitting
Bike Play this year is totally righteous! Working Theatre Collective is throwing it back to the ‘80s with a reimagining of the classic movie “Adventures in Babysitting”. Naïve suburbanites find themselves stranded in the Big City, and they’ll have to use every trick in the book to get home safely!
Join director Tara Coen and the cast of Jenny Bunce, Noelle Eaton, Hans Ellis, Kristopher Mahoney-Watson, Yohhei Sato, and Diana Schultz as they match wits with mob bosses, groovy musicians, and everyone in between in their quest to get back to the ‘burbs!
6:30 PM, meet at 6:30, show/ride begins promptly at 7:00 PM
Ride meetup is at” Action/Adventure Theater 1050 SE Clinton St, Portland, OR 97202
FREE! (but donations much appreciated!)
BIKE PLAY 7: TIME CYCLE
Ladd Circle, 1600 SE Harrison St
6:30pm, meet at 6:30, show promptly at 7:00pm, June 18-21
Great Scott! The history of the bicycle is shrouded in mystery! The Working Theatre Collective in conjunction with Pedalpalooza is proud to present a play that invites audiences on a ride through space and time.
This year Devon Granmo directs WTC’s play by/on bike featuring Cristina Cano, Tara Coen, Noelle Eaton, Hans Ellis, Nick Fenster, Kaician Kitko and Yohhei Sato as they travel on two wheeled time machines and explore the events of yesteryear. Together we will ride across the continuum, (and around SE Portland), to ensure the future is set right!
Grab your helmet, tune up your own two wheeled time machine, and join us on this excellent adventure.
FREE! Donations gladly accepted.
Thursday-Saturday at 7pm, Sunday at 3
The Working Theatre Collective is proud to present a play about a protagonist and their bike — together for the first time in their (6th) big adventure! When our hero has their beloved bike stolen, they set out across North Portland to get it back and find themselves on the ride of the summer!
For the 6th installment of the Working Theatre Collective’s wildly popular play by/on bicycle, we decided to give a nod to one of the greatest bicycle films of all time: Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure. Loosely inspired/informed by the cult classic tale of bicycle theft we encourage audiences to ride to, through, and alongside this summer-evening (and one afternoon!) adventure as it tells its story across a series of locations.
Bring your helmet and be prepared for some james bond kinda stuff.
Support Ashley on Kickstarter!!!
check out ashley’s current project and throw them a couple of dollars. it’s gonna be super awesome!
what ashley’s up to these days over at social sciences
and mark your calendar for her upcoming show INDEPENDENT WOMEN, which runs march 6-22nd at action/adventure (1050 se clinton st)
BIKE PLAY 5: BIKE ODYSSEY
Irving Park, NE 7th Ave and Fargo St, Portland Take Trimet (North Side- Next to the Basketball Courts)
6:30pm, The Show/Ride Leaves at 7pm, June 20 – 23
Bike Play returns!
Answer the call to adventure as Bike Odyssey takes you on an epic journey through a land of gods, monsters, and heroically dexterous bike mechanics. The fifth installment of the Working Theatre Collective’s road-cloggingly-popular, pedal-powered-quest-theatrical-spectacular resurrects the gods of old for one more ride. You will cycle through worlds (and underworlds!) forbidden to mere mortals, alongside our band of cyclo-nauts. Don’t forget your bike!
You are encouraged to come dressed in the guise of your favorite bike goddess, demigod, or titan.
It’s been an amazing four years, but it’s time for us to split up for a bit.
Nate and Eva are off to graduate school (both for playwriting, Nate at Savannah College of Art and Design, Eva as part of the Michener Program at University of Austin, Texas. Which is where Noah is also going to school).
Ashley and Noelle are going to continue to live and work in Portland. Ashley has been commissioned by Action/Adventure to create a devised piece for their 2012/2013 season. Noelle will perform in it (and is auditioning for other things around town). If you’re so inclined, you can find out what Ashley is up to here.
We’ll be back for Bike Project 5.0. It’s too good to pass up.