Animation given real-life makeover in Portland
November 29, 2013 by Max
Rudolph on Stage is being presented by the same group who performed the play Road House and The Lost Boys Live, as is bringing a classic Christmas stop-motion tale to life through a performance by living people.
Based on the 1964 production ‘Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer’, which was an animated classic, the story tells about this very misunderstood reindeer and his multiple adventures after running into a confused elf who wants nothing more than to become a dentist. This storyline features a festive selection of music and some of Portland’s most humorous people. The show features matinee performance that are kid friendly, while the evening shows are aimed at adults. It was adapted for the stage by Shelley McLendon, and is being directed by John Breen. It is produced by Bad Reputation Productions.
Print companies have no doubt been busy producing tickets, which are $20 per person in advance, or $24 each at the door. Children’s matinees will take place on December 14 and 21st at 2:00 pm and cost $15 per person to attend.
The Rudolph on Stage performance will be occurring on Fridays and Saturdays from today up until Saturday, December 21 at 7:30 pm at the CoHo Theatre, which can be found at 2257 NW Raleigh Street in Portland, Oregon. For additional information about this production, or to purchase online tickets, please visit the Bad Reputation Productions website or contact it using the email link on the company’s contact page.