One Woman, Too Much Rescheduled to July 8
Bring a camp chair or blanket and enjoy One Woman, Too Much on the East Marsh Lawn on the Forest Grove Campus. This performance has been rescheduled to 8 p.m. Thursday, July 8 and is now open to the public in addition to students and employees. The play is high-energy and family-friendly!
One Woman, Too Much is an hour-long play about the juggling act of a single working mom. The play is written and produced by Ellen Margolis, the chair of the Pacific University Theatre & Dance Department.
Inspired by classic comedies and some very real challenges, One Woman, Too Much finds a single mother spinning between factory work, a new office job and her toddler. Throw in a long bus commute, spotty daycare and no sleep and a day in Treena’s life is almost more than she can handle.
One Woman, Too Much is a dizzying physical comedy that asks, “Who wouldn’t want to help a single working mother?”
Thanks to generous grants from the Regional Arts & Culture Council and the Elise Elliott foundation, the show is free to the community.