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Apr 27, 2021

XINGU By: Edith Wharton

Mrs. Ballinger and the ladies of the Lunch Club, that exclusive group dedicated to literature and erudition, are eagerly anticipating a visit by the noted novelist Osric Dane. Her books have been read by all the members except their newest, Mrs. Roby, whose idea of a perfect novel is one that...

Apr 27, 2021

Our Companion Conversation is with director Louanne Moldovan and Dr. Jay Dickson, Professor of English and Humanities at Reed College, discussing Xingu’s relevance today.

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Feb 28, 2021

This is the book that, in 1938, jolted America into recognizing the Nazi threat. The setting is 1932. Jewish Max lives in San Francisco; gentile Martin has taken his family back to the “new” Germany, where Max’s sister is on the stage. The letters they exchange chronicle the corrosion of their friendship as Martin...

Feb 28, 2021

Producer/Director Louanne Moldovan and Senior Rabbi Michael Z. Cahana of Congregation Beth Israel in Portland, Oregon, will discuss why and how Address Unknown is relevant today, for Jews and for people of all faiths (or none).

Feb 9, 2021

Cygnet Productions produces plays and staged readings derived from diverse forms of literature: books, letters, short stories, epic poems, plays, essays, and ephemera. In 2021, we launched the companion Cygnet Radio Hour to produce “theatre for the ear.”

Cygnet Radio Hour is presenting plays, poetry, and fiction...