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Page to Stage

Portland Public Library partners with Portland Stage Company to create the “Page to Stage” discussion series.  Page to Stage is an opportunity to engage in questions about the plays, playwrights, and ideas presented on Portland Stage Company’s Main Stage.  The discussion is facilitated by Portland Stage artistic staff and free and open to the public.

Page to Stage 2013 series

Oct 8, 2013
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
by August Wilson
“Themes of music, race, and the road towards respect in August Wilson’s America”

Nov 5, 2013
VIGIL
by Morris Panych
“Fending off stasis: how far are we willing to go for the sake of a change?”

Jan 28, 2014
WORDS BY: IRA GERSHWIN AND THE GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK
by Joseph Vass
“Artistic collaboration and the ties formed by creating together.”

 March 4, 2014
VEILS
by Tom Coash
“How do you decide when a personal choice becomes a political statement?”

 April 1, 2014
TRIBES
by Nina Raine
“Is language a tool or an obstacle in expressing ourselves to those close to us?”

April 29, 2014
THE SAVANNAH DISPUTATION
by Evan Smith
“Finding room for debate when talking about the eternal soul.”