Orphic presents Josie Seid’s commissioned play, a contemporary adaptation of THE MADNESS OF HERAKLES:
PATH OF GLORY: A promising young athlete is plagued with nightmare-inducing guilt.
January 25, 2020, @ 7:30 p.m. @ Shout House
Reserve your seat:
The Oregonian has Anya Pearson’s THE MEASURE OF INNOCENCE, a new adaptation of Shakespeare’s MEASURE FOR MEASURE, on its top ten plays to catch this winter. @ Bag&Baggage, March 5-22, 2020.
This piece by Jae Carlsson in
Oregon ArtsWatch captures the eerily beautiful themes of Susan Faust’s new play. In Fertile Ground: Saturday, Feb. 1 @ noon, Chapel Theatre, FREE.
Congratulations to Rich Rubin for winning
The Julie Harris Playwright Award for PICASSO IN PARIS!
Congrats to Sara Jean Accuardi for THE DELAYS making it to the gate for a spot in the
top ten of the year!
Congratulations to Rich Rubin for winning Playhouse Creatures Theatre Company’s
Emerging Playwright Award.
Students for Cultural Inclusion in the Theater (SCIT) and L&C Theatre Department present a workshop production of
PETITE DAMES by Josie Seid.
Friday, November 15, 2019
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Fir Acres Black Box Theatre
Congrats to Kitrosser! With a record-breaking 1,320 submissions this year,
The Lark chose his SVETLANA! SVETLANA as a finalist.
THE STORYTELLER, which debuted in Fertile Ground, is getting a staged reading on October 27, 2019, at
Spooky Action Theater in Washington, D.C.
Rich Rubin’s PICASSO IN PARIS is one of three winners of
Gulfshore Playhouse’s New Works Festival, with a public reading in Naples, Florida, on September 15, 2019. Read an interview with Rubin about the inspiration for the project here. And a piece in Florida Weekly here.