“Theatre magic is that thing that you cannot touch that links us all together.”Carol Ann Wohlmut, Resident Artist Yesterday, Artists Rep made the difficult decision to cancel our 2020 gala scheduled for Saturday, March 14 based on Governor Kate Brown’s...
This was a difficult decision to make as this vital event is our major fundraiser for the year.
Your health and safety as an audience member is important to us, and we want to let you know some of the ways in which Artists Rep is following best practices during this time.
Construction has begun on a 22-story building on the Alder side of the block.
Jason Vondersmith of the Portland Tribune interview with J.S. May
We are embracing ART on Tour as an opportunity to deepen connections with fellow producing organizations around Portland.
Our Fresh Eyes volunteers, Mary Schmidt, Jim Mayer, and Elizabeth Tavares joined us during the rehearsal process of Mike Lew's Teenage Dick, directed by Josh Hecht. Read their observations and learn more about Fresh Eyes.
This Holiday season, we are excited to donate 200 tickets to see It’s A Wonderful Life to Portland Street Roots vendors, through a new partnership with Business for a Better Portland! Our theatre continues to encourage & support theatre accessibility for all, made...
Artists Rep is honored to receive a 2018 Age Gender Equity in the Arts Award for our work advancing equity and creating opportunities for womxn throughout their careers. This award comes with a generous gift of $8,000 to help propel this work forward and continue...
After a six-month national search, Artists Rep is pleased to announce that J.S. May will join Artistic Director Dámaso Rodríguez to lead the company as Managing Director.
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Our community of supporters has embraced us through a roller coaster ten months, first with genuine concern for our long-standing financial challenges and then in celebration, as we received a record-setting, visionary gift.