Arts in Residence
A bustling arts campus
Creative fires are burning brightly at the busy Artists Repertory Theatre facility. The big red building at the corner of SW 15th and Morrison has become a bustling arts campus, housing a diverse group of complementary arts organizations that now make their home within Artists Rep’s walls.
Companies in Residence performing at Artists Rep
Portland Shakespeare Project celebrates its sixth summer here at Artists Rep with "Proscenium Live!" -- a free four-day festival of new work in partnership with Proscenium Journal. All performances are free. For more information, visit their website here.
Profile Theatre has administrative offices in the building and produces a season of plays devoted to a single playwright on Artists Rep’s stages. For tickets and information, visit their website here.
The Risk/Reward Festival comes to Artists Rep every summer. This annual West Coast micro-fest presents dance, theatre and music artists who are pushing the boundaries of live performance. For tickets and information, visit their website here.
Actor Training at Artists Rep
Portland Actors Conservatory is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Theatre and provides actor training that engages the mind and heart of the artist, while cultivating a spirit of lifelong investment in the arts.
Have you seen the work of local artists adorning the beautiful walls of our Morrison Lobby? A resident company at Artists Rep, The Geezer Gallery curates impressive art exhibits with rotating installations that reflect or are inspired by the work we have on our stages. Look here for information about their current installation.
Administrative offices at Artists Rep
Portland Area Theatre Alliance continues to serve the theatre community out of its office at Artists Rep.
Portland Revels continues its two decade Revels offer to Portland in December. The company produces a number of public performances and events at Artists Rep, but the holiday Portland Revels production is offsite.
Staged! produces stellar musical theatre and nurtures the talents of young people. Classes and events are held both at Artists Rep and other venues around Portland.
Isinglass is a performing arts think tank whose mission is to conceive of and implement programs that rethink the way the performing arts educate our communities, grow our audiences, and build the foundation for a successful tomorrow.
August Wilson Red Door Project was founded in 2011 to change the racial ecology of Portland through the arts education, leadership development and organizational training and consulting.
LineStorm Playwrights is a collective of writers in Portland, Oregon who are creating new works for the stage. In 2016 they created "Portland in Play: a theatrical festival of our city" featuring ten-minute plays inspired by Portland’s eclectic neighborhoods presented at Artists Rep.