Stafford Show with James Dixon and Kathleen Worley

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Mon, 01/23/2017 - 10:00pm to Tue, 01/24/2017 - 12:00am
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James Dixon is originally from North Carolina and a local theater actor/singer.  After nearly 10 years of travel to over 32 states and 7 countries, he decided to make Portland his home.  James enjoys dialect work, sci-fi, social justice activism, and is "always a sucker for a good musical."  James has done work for several LGBTQA organizations and social justice nonprofits, and currently volunteers as a cultural activist and Artistic Ambassador for The Color of Now PDX.

Kathleen Worley taught theatre and directed for many years at Reed College. During that time, she played Anfisa in PETE’s Three Sisters, Mrs. Graves in ART’s Enchanted April, Aunt Julia in James Joyce’s ‘The Dead’ at Reed and acted in and directed several shows and staged readings at Profile Theatre. More recently she staged Horae, a concert of Medieval music for In Mulieribus, and appeared in Head. Hands. Feet. at Shaking the Tree, where she was also the dramaturg for A Doll’s House. She toured her one-woman Virginia Woolf performance in Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Nevada and California, and worked as an actor at various theatres in Seattle, with Montana Shakespeare in the Parks, and with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

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