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Fresh Eyes on A CIVIL WAR CHRISTMAS, 4th Installment

It's tech time! A CIVIL WAR CHRISTMAS has moved into the theatre, and now it's time to add the set, costumes, and lighting.

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Fresh Eyes on CIVIL WAR CHRISTMAS, 3rd Installment

A CIVIL WAR CHRISTMAS moved into the theatre this week. After three weeks of working in the rehearsal room with the set taped out on the floor, we've moved onto...

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Fresh Eyes on CIVIL WAR CHRISTMAS, 2nd Installment

After a week and a half of rehearsal, the staging has been sketched in and most of the songs have been worked on at least briefly.

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Fresh Eyes on A CIVIL WAR CHRISTMAS, 1st Installment

Rehearsals began this week for Paula Vogel's A CIVIL WAR CHRISTMAS. In the play, a group of people tell the story of Christmas Eve, 1864, a frigid night on the...

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Award Reflections from Luan Schooler, Director of New Play Development & Dramaturgy

Among life’s moments to savor are those when one gets to be the bearer of wonderful news.

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Husband/Wife Primatolgists to speak at TREVOR post-show Sep 18

Our post-show discussion on September 18, following the 2pm matinee, will be with Asaba and Kimberly Mukobi whose life-work has been with chimps.

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Oregon Play Prize: Time for the Public to VOTE!

After months of 24 volunteer readers with eyes on 131 scripts, we're down to the 3 finalists. And now it is your turn!

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Oregon Play Prize Nearing the Final Round

The reading and evaluation process for the Oregon Play Prize continues apace!

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Welcome 2016 Summer interns!

We love this time of year when the building is a buzz with a new batch of interns eager to help us close out one season, get ready for the...

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Tappan Wilder to visit Artists Rep for the show & convo!

This season we had the distinct pleasure of spending time with two playwrights whose work we were producing...and now we have another treat! In the fall, Carlos Lacámara was here as Cuba Libre was...

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