Up Next: Mr. Darcy Dreamboat

Conceived of, written, and performed by Camille Cettina
Co-devised and directed by Anne Sorce
BUY TICKETS | July 11-14 | Thurs – Sun at 7:30 pm | $15

Catch a ride on the Dreamboat with all your literary crushes in Camille Cettina’s original one-woman show. Push Leg’s inaugural show is a visceral celebration of the joy of reading books, this literary frolic is a mash up of books and characters – from Nancy Drew to JD Salinger, T.S Elliot and the romance and fantasy of Jane Austen. Audiences embark on a journey through literary worlds they have known and loved, guided by “the kind of instantly charming performer that any theatergoer might be happy to watch”. – The Oregonian

“Camille Cettina can certainly make 80 minutes fly by.” – Anne Adams, Portland Monthly Mag

“Mimetic movement, dance, speech, light, and sound are all complexly interwoven in this homage to books and the literature they bear.” – Richard Wattenberg, Special to The Oregonian

“Cettina gives each of these works a sort of performed precis, running down major plot points as all the relevant characters, moving from person to person gracefully, every action aided by skillful mime.” – Ben Waterhouse, Willamette Week

“deft and insightful” – Alison Hallett, The Portland Mercury


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