Dead of Winter

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Last night, I saw Dead of Winter, a collection of three short plays, ghost stories, really. It was like attending Le Grand Guignol in February. Each of the vignettes were short on gore and special effects, but still managed to be creepy as all hell and present a couple of good “jump” moments. I’d love to see this same crew put together something in a similar vein for Halloween.

I’m a sucker for small-scale theater like this. I really enjoy seeing what can be done in a modest space, without a lot of flash to spend, with local playwrights and actors.

The venue was Performance Works Northwest, 4625 SE 67th Avenue, off of Foster. The show runs Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays through February 23rd. Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door, and $10 for students and seniors. Thursdays are sliding scale. Tickets can be purchased online at For reservations, call 503-777-2771.

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  1. splattworld

    I’m the author of “Dead of Winter” and I just wanted to thank you for your generous and gracious post. Usually, those of us in theatre gauge how the audience feels through applause (of course) and whether people seem pleased or moved afterward, but it’s a treat to hear directly from an audience member.

    Thanks again,

    Steve Patterson


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