We hope you can make it to Badge of Honor by Tim Blough.
Winner of the 2017 Portland Civic Theatre Award, as part of Fertile Ground: A City Wide Festival of New Works.
Dates, Times, Location, Tickets:
January 23, Monday evening 7:30 pm Badge of Honor tickets $10
January 24, Tuesday morning 10:30 am Badge of Honor tickets $8
The Sanctuary (home of Triangle Theatre!) 1785 NE Sandy Blvd. 97232
Tickets available at boxofficetickets.com or at the door.
Badge of Honor Short Description: When perception, race, ethics, loyalty and trust are pushed to the limits the past will ultimately determine the future.
Left to Right: Chris Karczmar, Marquis Domingue, Randy Draper, London Bauman Photo by Tim Blough
Full description: Two friends agree to meet in a local park after years of non-communication. Their motives–one wants support for his political campaign; the other is seeking the truth about an event that has haunted him for years. Perception, race, ethics, loyalty and trust are pushed to the limit. As the two men recount their shared history, it becomes evident the past will ultimately determine their futures.
Tim Blough, playwright, has written several plays as well as a number of short videos, one of which was an official selection of the acclaimed Ashland Independent Film Festival. His plays have been selected for readings at The Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Black Swan Lab and The Great Plains Theatre Conference. He is a proud member of Actors Equity and SAG-AFTRA. He resides with his wife and two daughters in Portland, Oregon and is honored to have his play chosen for the 2017 Portland Civic Theatre Guild New Play Award.
The cast includes Marquis “Tony” Domingue as Terrance, Chris Karczmar as Nathan, London Bauman as Younger Nathan and Teen One and Randy Draper as Younger Terrance and Teen Two. Stage directions will be read by Micki Selvitella. Tim Blough directs.
Badge of Honor by Tim Blough is the fifth winner of the Portland Civic Theatre Guild New Play Award. This award is given annually by PCTG to a Portland area playwright. The winning playwright receives a professional reading of their work produced by PCTG as part of Fertile Ground: A City Wide Festival of New Works.