Shakespeare, new and familiar musicals, and historic figures get top billing this summer.
Author: Lee Williams
Artists Repertory Theatre’s ‘True Story’ takes a stab at suspense (theater review)
This maddening mystery by Oregon playwright E.M. Lewis fails to find theatrical thrills.
‘Audition from Hell’ spotlights a quartet of triple threats at Broadway Rose
Recognizing the limited opportunities for older women to sing and shine, Broadway Rose Theatre co-founder and producing Artistic Director Sharon Maroney created “Audition From Hell.”
‘Choir Boy,’ while lacking narrative arc, sings with soul-baring emotion
Though a narrative disappointment, the music in “Choir Boy” at Portland Center Stage is all money notes — we’re talking tears-streaming-under-your-N95 moving.
Bring on the musicals and drama. It’s spring on Portland’s stages
“Come From Away,” “Choir Boy,” and “The Inheritance” are just some of the shows to look forward to this season.
Portland stages promise to turn up the heat this winter
“American Fast,” “Moulin Rouge!” and “Ms. Holmes & Ms. Watson – Apt. 2B” kick off the season on Portland stages.