Dramatic Repertory Company On Stage

Performance Times

Fri. March 9 @7:30pm
Sat. March 10 @7:30pm
Sun. March 11 @7:30pm

Wed. March 14 @7:30pm**
Thurs. March 15 @7:30pm
Fri. March 16 @7:30pm
Sat. March 17 @7:30pm
Sun. March 18 @7:30pm

** Discount Wednesdays

FREE for 25 & Under with ID

Olivia Dufault (Playwright) is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College. Her plays include Year of the Rooster (New York Times Critics' Pick, 2013-2014 John Gassner Outer Critics Circle Award), The Tomb of King Tot, American Girls, and The Last Great Telemarketer. Her plays have been performed at the Ensemble Studio Theatre/Youngblood as part of their "34th Annual Marathon of One Act Plays" and Mainstage series. Additionally, her work has been performed at the Flea Theater, the Marin Theatre Company, the 52nd Street Project, the Magnet Theater, the Theater for the New City, the Lark Play Development Center, and the Great Plains Theatre Conference. She is the recipient of the 2014 Playwrights of New York Fellowship, a 2013 Sloan Commission, the 2013 David Calicchio Emerging Playwright Award, the 2010 Lipkin Playwriting Award, and the 2008, 2009, and 2010 Harle Adair Dammann Playwriting Award. Her work is included in the Best Ten-Minute Plays of 2014 and Best New Plays of 2014 anthologies. She is a member of the Obie award-winning Youngblood Playwriting Group and the New Dramatists.

Sally Wood (Director) recently directed Callie Kimball's Sofonisba for DRC. Sally has a history of working with plays under development for staged readings as well as for world premier productions. New works that Sally has directed for Portland Stage include: Clauder Winner String Around My Finger by Brenda Withers, Papermaker by Monica Wood; Veils, the Clauder Competition winning play; John Carianiís LOVE/SICK and also Last Gas . In addition to directing, Sally has worked as an actor, fight choreographer, and teaching artist. In Maine, Sally has directed with Portland Stage, AIRE Theater, The University of New England, Bates College, The Theater at Monmouth and the Fenix Theatre Company.

Meg Anderson (Scenic Design) is a scenic designer, sculptor, teaching artist, and bread baker based in Portland, ME. Meg currently works as the props maker at Portland Stage Company. Trained on the west coast, she is a graduate of the University of Puget Sound and is a co-founder and active member of Tandem Theatre Collective. Meg has performed, devised, and designed works in Dublin, Tacoma, and Portland. She is over the moon to be in this room where it happens.

MICHAELA WIRTH (Lighting Design). Rarely seen in the full light of day, this designer is delighted to be working once again with DRC. When not in the darkness of the theatre, she can often be found in the darkness of the projection booth of the Nickelodeon... planning the lights for the next DRC show!

Andrew Hesselbart (Stage Manager) is very excited to Dramatic Repertory Company after working on Venus in Fur and Gidion's Knot. He is a cofounder of Ellipsis Productions, a pop-up theatre collaborative based out of Portland. Credits include work with Mad Horse, Luminous Productions, 60 Grit, Portland Stage's Studio Series, and Lorem Ipsum. He attended the University of Southern Maine.

MARCH 9 - 18, 2018

“YEAR OF THE ROOSTER...isn't merely entertaining. It's astonishingly entertaining.”
- Neil Genzlinger, The New York Times

“This is a funny, fierce work and you leave eager to see the playwright's next one!”
- Michael Giltz, The Huffington Post

New England Premiere

by Olivia Dufault
directed by Sally Wood

with Chris Davis, Allie Freed, Chris Holt,
Erik Moody and Amy Roche

Gil is a loser. He works at McDonald's, lives with his ailing mother, and hasn't had a girlfriend since...ever. But that's all about to change. He's been secretly training (and drugging) a rooster to fight. And Odysseus Rex aka "Odie" is the baddest barnyard bird there is. Gil has so much faith in Odie's abilities that he bets everything on him -- but victory and revenge may not yield the delicious spoils he anticipates. A fiercely comic play about cockfighting, connections, and clawing your way to the top.

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25A Forest Avenue, Portland, Maine

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DISCOUNT WEDNESDAYS – All seats to Wednesday Evening performances are $10!

FuturePatrons – if you are age 25 or under, see DRC shows for FREE!! FuturePatron tickets are available day-of only, and require government-issued photo ID as proof of age. Seating is first-come, first-served and subject to availability.

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