Events & Activities

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

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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! 

February 2-19 - Morrison Stage @ 7:30pm; Sundays @ 2pm only

Nineteen-year-old Lance Corporal Elliot Ortiz, U.S.M.C. is a recently anointed hometown hero who returns from the Iraq War with a leg injury and a difficult question: Will he go back to war a second time? Tracing the legacy of combat service through three generations of a Puerto Rican family, this evocative, lyrical and often humorous tale explores how the landscape of the soul is transformed by war.
Tickets: $20-36

Monday, February 20

4:30 PM | Morrison Lobby

Artists Rep will host a FREE public, live-stream of the first of a four-part series of The Public Theater’s Public Forum: A Well-Ordered Nation. The February 20 forum is called Public Forum: The Stuff of Fiction. The Public Theater and The New Yorker will bring together a group of experts in make-believe, including playwright Tony Kushner; poet, essayist, and playwright Claudia Rankine, acclaimed author Salman Rushdie, and moderated by David Remnick, to make sense of an American moment when truth can feel stranger than fiction.

About The Public Theater’s Public Forum: A Well-Ordered Nation.
Over four evenings in the coming months, artists, thinkers, journalists, performers, and politicians will come together at The Public to consider what it means to be responsible citizens and how culture can respond to politics in the age of Donald Trump. Artists Rep plans to stream all four events. Visit The Public’s website HERE to learn more.

7 PM | Alder Stage

RISE UP: Portland Sings for Justice

Portland Sings! presents an evening celebrating America’s constitutional rights through song and story as a benefit for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Expect to hear some powerful folk ballads, show tunes and original works during this concert for
Justice. The ACLU will receive 100% of the proceeds from this event.
NOTE: Portland Sings! and Artists Rep are not affiliated entities with the ACLU. This is an independent effort from which proceeds will be donated to the ACLU.
Tickets: $25

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 Shakes
March 5 - Alder Stage @ 7:30pm

A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM - Staged Reading with Pre- and Post-Show Discussions. An OSF Play On! Translation of William Shakespeare's play Translated 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