A. R. Jackson
Date: Friday, June 15th
Location: Lincoln Hall Theater Studio, Room 115 at Portland State University
Price: Free Admission
(Free parking after 7pm in the PSU parking structures)
The performance includes songs and monologues to describe the journey of female sexuality in today's society. Several women characters express their individual experience. This spoken word experiment attempts to establish a connection between the voices in our head and the societal voice of "patriarchy" in the form of poetry and music.
The full-length staged reading is written and directed by Portland State University Graduate Student in Theater Arts and Women Studies, A.R. Jackson in partial fulfillment of the Masters of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies. This is Jackson's second year at Portland State University. Jackson recently directed "Rosie in the Shadow of Melrose" by Craig Fols at Portland State University. Jackson received a Bachelor of Arts in Theater Arts from Idaho State University.