This is a repeating eventaugust 19, 2022 7:30 pm
"PONY" by Sylvan Oswald Presented by Portland Theater Festival, and co-presented by Mechanics' Hall When Pony, a formerly incarcerated trans guy, moves to a small rural
“PONY” by Sylvan Oswald
Presented by Portland Theater Festival, and co-presented by Mechanics’ Hall
When Pony, a formerly incarcerated trans guy, moves to a small rural town to start a new life, he quickly becomes entangled with its isolated community. He starts to fall for a waitress named Marie who is obsessed with a recent local murder; His butch social worker doesn’t get him; and a young trans guy from the city is inexplicably following him around. Pony is a seminal work of trans theater exploring questions of generational difference, class and gender on an epic scale. Director Jess Barbagallo’s production crackles with pop, noir, and 90s influences.
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August 18 – September 4
Thursday – Saturday · 7:00 doors; 7:30 show
Sunday · 4:30 doors; 5:00 show
Special matinée on Saturday, August 27 | 1:30 doors, 2:00 show
No performance on Sunday, August 28
Location: Mechanic’s Hall Ballroom, 519 Congress St, Portland, ME 04101
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(Thursday) 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm