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THE EVENTS by David Greig Opens Oct 27 at Third Rail Photo THE EVENTS by David Greig Opens Oct 27 at Third Rail
by BWW News Desk - Oct 18, 2017

In the rehearsal room of a community choir, Claire and her colleague encounter a visitor who makes an impossible demand: I have one bullet left. Which one of you is it for? A flash. An instant. One moment is all it takes to irrevocably change a life, a family, and a community.

THE EVENTS by David Greig Comes to Third Rail in October Photo THE EVENTS by David Greig Comes to Third Rail in October
by BWW News Desk - Sep 26, 2017

In the rehearsal room of a community choir, Claire and her colleague encounter a visitor who makes an impossible demand: I have one bullet left. Which one of you is it for? A flash. An instant. One moment is all it takes to irrevocably change a life, a family, and a community.

BWW Review: Brutally Funny, AN OCTOROON Reflects and Shatters Our Ideas About Race, a Photo BWW Review: Brutally Funny, AN OCTOROON Reflects and Shatters Our Ideas About Race, at Artists Rep
by Krista Garver - Sep 14, 2017

Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' AN OCTOROON is a play about the racist history of the United States and the continuing racial struggle we find ourselves in today. And it's funny.

Raucously Irreverent AN OCTOROON to Launch 2017-18 at Artists Rep Photo Raucously Irreverent AN OCTOROON to Launch 2017-18 at Artists Rep
by BWW News Desk - Sep 9, 2017

Artists Repertory Theatre launches its 2017/18 season with Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' provocative An Octoroon. An incendiary satire, this bold start to their 35th theatre season is co-directed by Lava Alapai and Artistic Director Damaso Rodriguez.

Raucously Irreverent AN OCTOROON to Launch 2017-18 at Artists Rep Photo Raucously Irreverent AN OCTOROON to Launch 2017-18 at Artists Rep
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2017

Artists Repertory Theatre launches its 2017/18 season with Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' provocative An Octoroon. An incendiary satire, this bold start to their 35th theatre season is co-directed by Lava Alapai and Artistic Director Damaso Rodriguez.

Artists Rep Announces NEW. NOW. NECESSARY 2017/18 Season
by BWW News Desk - Jul 19, 2017

For its 35th anniversary as Portland's premiere mid-size regional theatre company, Artists Repertory Theatre will offer seven gripping, contemporary plays for their mainstage series.  Among these plays are Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winners, the second  Table|Room|Stage commission, The Thanksgiving Play, by Larissa FastHorse, and a limited run of the World Premiere of the epic theatrical event Magellanica, by Portland playwright E.M. Lewis. Artists Rep's FRONTIER SERIES returns for a second season with internationally acclaimed artists from New York, Seattle and Iran.

Artists Rep Launches 2016/17 Season with Award-Winning Play TREVOR
by BWW News Desk - Sep 9, 2016

Artists Repertory Theatre begins its 2016/17 season with TREVOR, a tragicomedy from Orange Is the New Black writer, Nick Jones. The play features John San Nicolas as the chimp, Trevor, and Sarah Lucht as his "mom," Sandra. This is the first play of seven in Artists Rep's 34th season.

Photo Flash: First Look at 'WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT...' at Artists Rep
by BWW News Desk - Mar 18, 2016

Artists Repertory Theatre recently announced the extension of 'We Are Proud to Present a Presentation About the Herero of Namibia, Formerly Known as South West Africa, From the German Sudwestafrika, Between the Years 1884-1915,' due to outstanding advance ticket sales. This is the third play this season that has been extended prior to opening due to demand. The show runs now through April 10, 2016, and BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!

BWW Review: This is Why We Need Theatre: WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT… at Artists Rep
by Krista Garver - Mar 18, 2016

When Jackie Sibblies Drury wrote WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT A PRESENTATION ABOUT THE HERERO OF NAMIBIA, FORMERLY KNOWN AS SOUTHWEST AFRICA, FROM THE GERMAN SUDWESTAFRIKA, BETWEEN THE YEARS 1884-1915 (yes, that's the complete title), in 2012, she couldn't have known the maelstrom that would be upon us in 2016. Since the shooting of Michael Brown led to protests in Ferguson, Missouri, race relations in the United States have been declining. According to a survey, they're currently at their worst in recent history.