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JAFFA GATE and NOISEMAKERS Two New Premieres from Northwest Theatre Workshop

There's a new theatre company in town - surprise, surprise - with a new way of doing things and two upcoming world premieres to prove its worth. 
BWW Review: Fertile Ground Opening Weekend: ATLANTIS, FREE BOX, THE BABY PROJECT, LEFT HOOK, and WINGS OF FIRE

Fertile Ground 2017 is in full swing! If you haven't checked it out yet, there's still a full week of new works being premiered around the city. Here's my take on what I've seen so far.
Theatre Diaspora Stages Reading of THE LANGUAGE ARCHIVE Today

Theatre Diaspora has announced a staged reading of THE LANGUAGE ARCHIVE, set for today, March 26th, at 2pm and April 2nd at 2pm at the Milagro Theatre.
MediaRites Theatre Diaspora Presents Julia Cho's THE LANGUAGE ARCHIVE, Beginning Tonight

MediaRites, a nonprofit organization that provides innovative, award-winning radio, theatre and documentary programs, will produce The Language Archive, written by award-winning playwright and television writer, Julia Cho.
Theatre Diaspora Set for Staged Reading of THE LANGUAGE ARCHIVE on 3/26 and 4/2

Theatre Diaspora has announced a staged reading of THE LANGUAGE ARCHIVE, set for March 26th at 2pm and April 2nd at 2pm at the Milagro Theatre.
BWW Review: Well Arts' BREAKING RANK Brings Women Veterans' Stories Powerfully to Life

Women have served on U.S. battlefields since our country's beginning. Women were nurses, cooks, and even saboteurs in the American Revolutionary War. In the Civil War, women disguised as men were soldiers. In 1866, Dr. Mary Walker was awarded the Medal of Honor, becoming the first and only woman ever to do so.
MediaRites Theatre Diaspora to Present Julia Cho's THE LANGUAGE ARCHIVE This Spring

MediaRites, a nonprofit organization that provides innovative, award-winning radio, theatre and documentary programs, today announced that it will produce The Language Archive, written by award-winning playwright and television writer, Julia Cho. MediaRites' Theatre Diaspora produces staged readings focusing on Asian American identity and cultural issues, providing visibility and engaging audiences in insightful talkback discussions on cultural diversity.
Well Arts Institute's BREAKING RANK Begins Tonight at Milagro Theatre

Well Arts Institute is partnering with Returning Veterans Project and Wise Counsel and Comfort to present BREAKING RANK, written by female service veterans. The play will explore the experiences of women in the U.S. Armed Forces: some have survived tours of duty in combat zones, some cope with military sexual trauma, all of them share what it was for them to be living and working in a male dominated environment.
Well Arts Institute to Stage BREAKING RANK at Milagro Theatre This Spring

Well Arts Institute is partnering with Returning Veterans Project and Wise Counsel and Comfort to present BREAKING RANK, written by female service veterans. The play will explore the experiences of women in the U.S. Armed Forces: some have survived tours of duty in combat zones, some cope with military sexual trauma, all of them share what it was for them to be living and working in a male dominated environment.
ARDIENTE PACIENCIA: Pablo Neruda, Poetry & Love Set for Milagro Theatre, Now thru 3/8

This year Portland celebrates two of the most renowned poets laureate of the 20th century, one each from North and South America: William Stafford and Pablo Neruda.
ARDIENTE PACIENCIA: Pablo Neruda, Poetry & Love Set for Milagro Theatre, 2/13-3/8

This year Portland celebrates two of the most renowned poets laureate of the 20th century, one each from North and South America: William Stafford and Pablo Neruda.
Photo Flash: Miracle Theatre Group's GUAPA Opens Tonight

Miracle Theatre Group in Portland will present Guapa, a new play about soccer and acceptance, at the Millagro Theatre tonight, March 21-April 13.
Photo Flash: Miracle Theatre Group's GUAPA

Miracle Theatre Group in Portland will present Guapa, a new play about soccer and acceptance, at the Millagro Theatre March 21-April 13.
Photo Flash: 'Jardín de Sueños' Plays Milagro Theatre, 3/22-4/14

Imagine the impossible, the magnificent, the terrifying ... Like a garden of dreams, folktales are filled with legendary creatures who lead us down the paths of discovery. For some, it's about love; for others, it's about knowledge. For young Cristina, it's about listening to her heart and finding her voice. Cristina is about to finish high school and go to college, and she needs all the support she can get. But her family is distracted by the technology of modern life, from cell phones and text messages to bills and budgets. They are all too busy to listen. But when Cristina enters a dream world, she encounters several familiar characters from Latino folklore - the jaguar, the armadillo, and the daughter of the Sun God, among others - who not only help her speak her mind, but give her the confidence to face her future.
Miracle Theatre Receive $18K NEA Grant for Spanish-language Production

The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Chairman Rocco Landesman today announced that the agency will award 863 grants to organizations and individual writers across the country.
'Jardín de Sueños' Plays Milagro Theatre, 3/22-4/14

Imagine the impossible, the magnificent, the terrifying ... Like a garden of dreams, folktales are filled with legendary creatures who lead us down the paths of discovery. For some, it's about love; for others, it's about knowledge. For young Cristina, it's about listening to her heart and finding her voice. Cristina is about to finish high school and go to college, and she needs all the support she can get. But her family is distracted by the technology of modern life, from cell phones and text messages to bills and budgets. They are all too busy to listen. But when Cristina enters a dream world, she encounters several familiar characters from Latino folklore - the jaguar, the armadillo, and the daughter of the Sun God, among others - who not only help her speak her mind, but give her the confidence to face her future.
Photo Flash: 'Jardín de Sueños' Plays Milagro Theatre, 3/22-4/14

Imagine the impossible, the magnificent, the terrifying ... Like a garden of dreams, folktales are filled with legendary creatures who lead us down the paths of discovery. For some, it's about love; for others, it's about knowledge. For young Cristina, it's about listening to her heart and finding her voice. Cristina is about to finish high school and go to college, and she needs all the support she can get. But her family is distracted by the technology of modern life, from cell phones and text messages to bills and budgets. They are all too busy to listen. But when Cristina enters a dream world, she encounters several familiar characters from Latino folklore - the jaguar, the armadillo, and the daughter of the Sun God, among others - who not only help her speak her mind, but give her the confidence to face her future.
Miracle Theatre Receive $18K NEA Grant for Spanish-language Production

The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Chairman Rocco Landesman today announced that the agency will award 863 grants to organizations and individual writers across the country.
Ana en el trópico Plays Miracle Theatre

ANA EN EL TRÓPICO (Anna in the Tropics), written by Nilo Cruz and directed by Christy Drogosch
Ana en el trópico Plays Miracle Theatre

ANA EN EL TRÓPICO (Anna in the Tropics), written by Nilo Cruz and directed by Christy Drogosch

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