First up is The Berlin Diaries by Andrea Stolowitz
A collaboration with
The Actors Conservatory
Artists Repertory Theatre believes that stories help us make sense of the world. However, it is hard to make any sense of the racist, violent, and unjust murders of BIPOC people in this country. Our hearts break and our anger rises due to the inhuman disregard for BIPOC lives and the persistence of systemic racism. We stand in solidarity with those protesting for change. We acknowledge the feeling of fear, grief, and fatigue that ART artists, staff, and community members of color are experiencing. We will work with urgency for a world in which safety and justice are a right for everyone.
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Artists Repertory Theatre and The Actors Conservatory (formerly Portland Actors Conservatory) announce alliance to jointly expand their education programs Introducing: The Actors Conservatory @ Artists Rep PORTLAND, OREGON – November 13, 2020 After four years of...
The evolution of Shanghai, my history-based play about a European Jewish teen who survives WW2 as a refugee in Shanghai, China. Some projects happen swiftly. Idea, development, execution. Some take their own sweet time, with detours, distractions and dramas along the...
Artists Rep, in collaboration with Grady Britton, is proud to present the new look and feel of ART! Artists Repertory Theatre debuts new brand work from marketing agency Grady Britton Grady Britton provided the local nonprofit with $25,000 in-kind marketing services...