Events & Activities

Artists Rep's ArtsHub is always a hive of creative activity.

Visitors please explore the tabs to the right and peruse the events and activities listed below.

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AT THE ArtsHub...

There's always a lot going on in the building! Just about every day we have events, in a myraid of genres, from a wide variety of groups making the ArtsHub @ Artists Rep a place where there's always something new to see! 

Late Night Piano Bar
February 25 - Morrison Lobby @ 10pm

It is karaoke with Mont Chris Hubbard as your live accompanist! This is songs around a campfire-except instead of smoke and s'mores, you have snacks and craft beers on tap. It is a not-too-quiet, not-too-loud, not-too-crazy, not-too-sane destination for the end of your night.
More info HERE.

Portland Shakespeare Project
March 5 - Alder Stage @ 7:30pm

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - Staged Reading with Pre- and Post-Show Discussions. An Oregon Shakespeare Festival Play On! translation of William Shakespeare's play by Jeff Whitty, Directed by Michael Mendelson.

Frontier Series - WINNERS AND LOSERS
March 24-26 - Alder Stage @ 7:30pm; Sunday @ 2pm

Is Joe Biden a loser? Is Kanye West a winner? What about microwave ovens, Goldman Sachs or Mexico? Old friends Marcus Youssef and James Long dissect a series of people, places and things in a seemingly harmless game called Winners and Losers. What starts out as a friendly competition quickly becomes personal - unpacking layers of privilege, class and status - as each seek to defeat the other. 
Tickets: $30

Corrib Theatre - CHAPATTI
April 4-5 - 3 & 4 @ 7:30pm; 5 @ 2pm

A remount of our successful 2016 Northwest Premiere production. CHAPATTI is a love story between two people who have given up on the possibility of love. Dan lives alone in a Dublin flat and spends his time with his dog, Chapatti. Betty also lives alone – with her nineteen cats. CHAPATTI is a tender, funny, compassionate, and unsentimental play about second chances that relies on the power of the spoken word, the challenge of communication, and the complexity of lived and shared experience.
Tickets: $20-25