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.
Sara Jean Accuardi, Anya Pearson and Josie Seid are Visions & Voices teaching artists with Portland Center Stage.
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
Join Anya Pearson for online workshops with Corporeal Writing for BIPOC creators.
If you’re passing by Portland Center Stage, be sure to look up and take in our own Anya Pearson, bringing us together through the power of theater.
Boom Arts is partnering with Human Solutions to present an evening featuring local artists, including Anya Pearson, and powerful speakers.
How to Be an Antiracist: An Inspiring Evening of Art, Conversation and Learning
Thursday, October 1, 2020 @ 6:30-8 p.m.
Community Profile returns with its free monthly writing workshops inspired by Profile Theatre’s Featured Playwrights.
Both Josie Seid and Anya Pearson will be leading Workshops for Black Women.
Congrats to Anya Pearson! Her play THE MEASURE OF INNOCENCE was featured on The Kilroys List for 2020.
Anya Pearson will perform spoken word in PAVEMENT: Parking Lot Performance Drive-In
Saturday, July 18, 7-8 p.m. and 9-10 p.m.
A select number of VIPP (Very Important Parking Places) will be available for $100, which includes a early entry, prime viewing spot, dinner delivered car side, and a swag bag.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to “Don’t Shoot Portland” to support the ongoing fight for racial justice in our city.
Congratulations to Anya Pearson on her Drammy win!