Mr. Darcy Dreamboat

Mr. Darcy Dreamboat

Created by Push Leg

Photo Credit: Gary Norman

Catch a ride on the Dreamboat with all your literary crushes in Push Leg’s inaugural show.  Mr. Darcy Dreamboat 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 Camille Cettina, “the kind of instantly charming performer that any theatergoer might be happy to watch”. (The Oregonian)

Writer / Performer: Camille Cettina

Director / Co-Deviser: Anne Sorce

Composer / Sound Design: John Berendzen

Set Design: Bill Tripp

Performance History:

  • January 2014 – Western Oregon University
  • July 2013 – COHO Solo Summer Festival – Portland, Oregon
  • April 2013 – Edward Gordon Craig International Theatre Conference – Pomona College, Claremont, CA
  • November 2011 –  World Premiere – Portland, Oregon
  • February 2011 – Sneak Peek at the Fertile Ground Festival, Portland, Oregon

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Mr. Darcy Dreamboat was created in part through a grant from the Regional Arts and Culture Council, through a residency at Portland Actors Conservatory’s PAC LAB & through the contributions of our donors.

Contact us to bring Mr. Darcy Dreamboat to your city, school or venue!

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  1. One-night performance Mr. Darcy Dreamboat | WOU.news - January 22, 2014

    […] Oregon University’s Theatre and Dance Department is holding a one-woman show called Mr. Darcy Dreamboat, on Wednesday, Jan. 22 at 7:30 p.m. in Rice Auditorium. Tickets are free and available at the […]

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