“They often call me Speedo, but my real name is Mister Earl.”
The boy has dark dreams. They lead him into trouble – all the trouble there is – and into song.
Portland Playhouse presents the world premiere of the play that riveted audiences at Portland Center Stage’s JAW Festival.
“Quincy Long’s delightfully twisted play, which opened its world-premiere run Saturday at Portland Playhouse, delivers the most surprising, strange and satisfying theater of the season so far.”
- Marty Hughley, The Oregonian (Full Review)
“Portland Playhouse sure nails it”
-Aaron Scott, Portland Monthly (Full Review)
“Mesmerizing zeal… pitch-perfect choreography… surprising psychological intensity… The Portland Playhouse production hits all the right notes.”
- Rebecca Jacobson, Willamette Week (Full Review)
“Astonishing… divine doo-wop… you’ll be humming it, too.”
-Barry Johnson, Oregon ArtsWatch (Full Review)
Panel & Community Forum
Troubled Teens and the Juvenile Justice System in Portland
February 3rd – Presented with Boom Arts
Stay in the theatre after the show or join us just for this special discussion. Who are the real Devons, and how can we keep them safe from harm, and prevent them from harming others?