Fall Training with PETE
September 8, 2017
PETE is delighted to announce our 2017 fall training! This coming October, we’ll be offering a Viewpoints/Suzuki intensive (Oct 1-4 and 8-11) and a Clown Intensive with Philip Cuomo (10/22-25 and 10/29-11/1). Both intensives offer the option of a one week, Level 1 intensive, or a combined two-week, Levels 1/2 intensive. More details on both intensives at our training page. We hope to see you in the studio!
Deception Unit Summer Showings
May 19, 2017
ICP Festival is coming May 5-7!
April 24, 2017
ICP FESTIVAL 2017
Created and performed by the ICP class of 2017
May 5/6 at 7:30pm, May 7 at 2pm
at the CoHo Theater (2257 NW Raleigh St, Portland, OR)
The culminating event of this year’s training program is a festival of original work–created, directed, and performed by Sandi Coughlin, Sullivan Mackintosh, Nicola Rossi, and Jake Simonds. This festival’s four interdisciplinary performance pieces draw on sources both iconic and personal, using material from classic literature, famous films and historical revelations to explore themes of isolation, individualism, identity and agency. In addition, the CoHo lobby will feature a video installation which chronicles the creative process of ICP student Jake Simonds for one minute per day over the 139 days leading up to the Festival.
Training in 2017
January 17, 2017
We’ve just announced our first three trainings for 2017. Upcoming trainings are Clown Class with Philip Cuomo, and two Suzuki/Viewpoints Intensives in June. We have also just begun accepting applications for our 2017/18 Institute for Contemporary Performance year of training. Contact Jacob Coleman at email@example.com for more on any of these training opportunities.
PETE Awarded OCF Grant For Chekhov Project
We are thrilled to announce that the Oregon Community Foundation has chosen PETE as one of 18 recipients of their Creative Heights grant. This major award will support work on PETE productions of Chekhov‘s Uncle Vanya, The Seagull, and The Cherry Orchard, in collaboration with translator Štĕpán Šimek. Over the next two years, PETE will work with Šimek to develop fresh English translations of these classic texts, and in 2018 we’ll premiere a vital new Uncle Vanya. We are honored to continue the collaboration that began with our work on The Three Sisters, and look forward to bringing you dynamic, surprising Chekov productions in the years to come. This unprecedented grant of $77,000 represents a huge step forward for PETE. We’ve got a lot to do. Please consider joining OCF in supporting PETE’s future work – check out our support page for more. We look forward to the next two years of growth, collaboration, and experimentation.
Introducing PETE’s new studio