Accuardi’s CHICK FIGHT bursts onto the stage

Part installation, part smackdown. Two terrifying Femme Fatales find themselves center ring, battling it out for the victorious title of Most Diabolical Woman of all Time.

Words by Sara Jean Accuardi.

March 5 – April 2, 2022

Thursday-Saturday @ 7:30 p.m., Sunday 5:00 p.m.

Tickets and information here.

Kitrosser’s SVETLANA! appears for two days

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.

Reserve your FREE tickets here.

Lewis finds Fertile Ground for APPLE HUNTERS!

LineStorm Playwrights presents:

APPLE HUNTERS!

Please join us for an online reading

of a brand-new play by E. M. Lewis

February 1, 2022, at 7:00 p.m.

Cast: John San Nicolas, Eric Pargac, Vin Shambry, Josh Weinstein, and Barbie Wu.

In rural Washington, three old friends join forces to search for a lost variety of apple called “The Golden Hawk. APPLE HUNTERS! is about finding friends, saving family, and figuring out what matters.

To get your FREE ticket to this Zoom reading, please sign up here through Eventbrite. You will then receive an email with instructions on how to log in on February 1 at 7:00 p.m. to see the live Zoom reading!

Rubin’s Portland plays in online course

Two of Rich Rubin’s full-length plays that examine Portland’s troubled racial history, LEFT HOOK and COTTONWOOD IN THE FLOOD, will be featured in an online course.

Offered August 2–6, 2021, by Lewis & Clark’s Oregon Writing Project in collaboration with Vanport Mosaic.  

The course is designed as a curriculum-building exercise for educators, with the goal of encouraging students to write about local history as well as their personal experiences. Facilitated by OWP director Linda Christensen and Damaris Webb, co-director of Vanport Mosaic.

Get going with Rubin’s SHAKESPEARE’S START

The Theatre Department at the College of Charleston is presenting a free Zoom reading of Rich Rubin’s SHAKESPEARE’S START (OR WHERE THERE’S A WILL, THERE’S A WAY). This two-act comedy set in the late 1580s was a finalist for the 2020 Todd McNerney Playwriting Award.

Wednesday April 21 @ 4:00 pm PT.

Click here to receive the free Zoom link.