Rich Rubin’s monologue COVID’S HERE BUT SO ARE WE will be published in the upcoming anthology Drama in the Time of Covid from FlowerSong Press.
Fertile Ground Lunchtime (and Evening) Readings
in association with Artists Repertory Theatre
January 18 – 27, NOON, and January 19, 6pm, 2018
FREE! Just show up.
New one-act and full-length plays by 10 LineStorm Playwrights.
Please join us for TEN new full-length and one-act plays:
January 18-26, 2018, at Artists Rep. FREE.
Full schedule to the left, on our calendar. We look forward to seeing you there — more than once!
Oct. 11-12: LOVE AND OTHER NONCOMMUNICABLE DISEASES, before Camas High School’s SILLYHEART
Oct. 20: AFTER THIS EPISODE, at the NW Medicine Conference
Time travel through your city.
11 short plays set in Portland, spanning time from the 1700s to now. Each playwright explores a decade, bringing elements of Portland’s rich history to life. Generously sponsored by Ronni Lacroute.
Congratulations to Brianna for winning Willamette Week’s “Best Spoken Word/Storyteller” award for the second year in a row.
April 1: Who’s Fooling Who, with the Portland Storytellers’ Guild
Three shows at the 2017 WCCLS Art of the Story Festival:
April 3: True Love and Other Noncommunicable Diseases (Walter’s Cultural Art Center)
April 4: Can My Imaginary Friends Come Too? (Forest Grove City Library)
April 8: Festival Finale (ACMA performance auditorium in Beaverton)