Congrats to Rich Rubin on his semifinalist recognition for KAFKA’S JOKE in the 10th Annual Jewish Playwriting Contest!
Read more about why the Willamette Week holds up Anya Pearson’s THREE LOVE SONGS and E. M. Lewis’s MAGELLANICA as some of the best of 2020.
Anya Pearson is one of five Hodder Fellows for 2021-2022.
She will spend the fellowship year writing an original play examining and dissecting the roots and ramifications of gentrification and how they intersect with the achievement gap to further promote inequality in our society.
E. M. Lewis shares her essay “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Play,” posted by HowlRound.
Close out December with Lolly Ward’s short story “We Sort of Killed a Girl” in 2020: Good Writing From a Bad Year.
Sara Jean Accuardi, Anya Pearson and Josie Seid are Visions & Voices teaching artists with Portland Center Stage.
Fools Fury Theater is presenting Rich Rubin’s monologue in their annual Celebration Provocation Reading Roulette:
December 6, 2020 @ 5:00 p.m. PT
Lolly Ward’s short comedy will be presented virtually by Oregon Contemporary Theatre’s NW10 Festival, in Eugene, OR.
Pioneer High School is presenting eight Play at Home works, including A WING AND A PRAYER by Josie Seid and THREE LOVE SONGS by Anya Pearson.
December 4-6, 2020
Sara Jean Accuardi is adding a brand-new 10-minute play to The Theater Lab’s Dramathon.
Friday, December 11 @ 4:30 p.m. PT