Rich Rubin’s HOW NICE OF YOU TO ASK answers all questions on November 18 with a reading by Image Theatre Company in Lowell, MA.
Rich Rubin’s full-length drama about Vanport, COTTONWOOD IN THE FLOOD, will have a student reading at Lewis & Clark on Saturday, Nov. 4, 2pm, directed by Damaris Webb.
The Bechdel Group presents a reading of THEORY OF NOTHING on October 30 in the West Village.
Read the Portland Monthly piece and see the staged reading of LEFT HOOK on October 13, 7pm, at the Westminster Presbyterian Church Sanctuary. The cast features fellow LineStormer Josie Seid.
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.
Celebrate creative projects in development at the Ashland New Plays Festival, October 18 – 22, 2017.
PORTLAND IN PLAY: DECADES
Almost true stories spanning centuries about this place we call home.
Presented by LineStorm Playwrights, in association with Artists Rep
Staged readings: Oct. 9 & 10, 7:30pm
Artists Repertory Theatre, Morrison Stage
AUDITIONS: August 23 & 24 (Wednesday and Thursday), 7-10pm, Artists Rep Studio 1
To schedule an appointment, please email your headshot and resume to email@example.com
Sides will be provided at the theater. Please take your headshot & resume to your appointment.
Note: We’re looking for a diverse cast to play ages 20s to 60s in multiple roles, and actors will receive a stipend.
The Reading Parlor presents a reading of Rich Rubin’s new play:
WRITING ON THE WALL
Sunday, 8/13, 6:30 p.m. @ CoHo Productions
The year is 2017. After an outside wall of their high school is defaced with racist taunts and white supremacist slogans, six Wisconsin teenagers grapple with what it means to be an American in the age of Donald Trump. A scary, subversive comedy-drama with (maybe) a happy ending.
Artists Repertory Theatre invited LineStorm to be a company-in-residence. We meet there monthly to read pages and will present staged readings and new works throughout the year.