Dan Kitrosser hosts this ten-part series, brought to you by iHeartRadio and The Documentary Group, about Stalin’s daughter. Listen on iHeartRadio, Apple Podcasts, Spotify or the internet!
A fundraiser for the Humanitarian Crisis in Ukraine, with two FREE performances at Portland Center Stage.
There will be opportunities to donate to NGOs at the theater and to purchase art by local Ukrainian artist Tatyana Ostapenko, who is donating proceeds to the effort.
Saturday, March 19 @ 7:30 p.m. & Sunday, March 20 @ 2 p.m.
Starring Dan Kitrosser and Cassie Greer. Directed by Sherri Eden Barber.
Read all about Dan Kitrosser’s new play HANNAH + THE HEALING STONE in Oregon ArtsWatch.
Dan Kitrosser directed Alissa Jessup’s one-woman show CHOSEN for Fertile Ground.
Streaming February 7-15, 2021.
Willamette Week says: “Chosen chronicles a trip Jessup took to Colfax, Wash., where she first met Donna. I expected the journey to lead to a rumination on nature and nurture, but Jessup has no time for binary simplicities—her performance overflows with love for both the mother who raised her and the mother who gave birth to her. Spoiling the rest of Chosen would be abominable, which is just as well—the show is difficult to talk about, think about or write about without weeping.”
Smith & Kraus will feature pieces by Dan Kitrosser and Sara Jean Accuardi in two publications: The Best Women’s Stage Monologues 2021 and The Best Men’s Stage Monologues 2021.
Read Portland Monthly’s article: While the Curtain Stays Down, Portland Theaters Pivot to Audio, featuring projects with several LineStormers.
Three LineStormers are working with Artists Repertory Theatre on ART: Mercury Company, a group of 50 artists and staff members creating pieces to be released during the summer and fall.
Read more in this American Theatre article about what Dan Kitrosser, E. M. Lewis, and Josie Seid are busy making and sharing.
Dan Kitrosser spoke with Dave Miller on Think Out Loud about contributing to Profile Theatre’s “CLAUDIA, A VIRAL LOVE STORY.”
Take a listen here.
Have a listen! Dan Kitrosser and E. M. Lewis contributed to this group piece by nine playwrights and screenwriters.