The Oregon Shakespeare Festival has already canceled more shows this year than it did in all of 2017.
'Lauren Weedman Doesn’t Live Here Anymore': a solo show about fame, shame and how to juggle sharp emotional knives in public
Lauren Weedman's latest harrowing solo adventure runs at ACT through Aug. 12.
The summer I was 13, I accidentally fell in love with "The Phantom of the Opera" soundtrack. It wasn't just a distraction from a dauntingly...
Taproot's well-cast, engaging chamber musical is more than a celebration of Midwestern acreage and hardy farm folk; it contextualizes its entertaining romance within the xenophobia...
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Set in 2050, the play looks back critically on events in the 2020s, when the U.S. battle over immigration explodes.
The view into a 1960s Korean-American nightclub in L.A. is intriguing, with a five-course Korean dinner-theater menu to welcome you to Persimmon Grove.
Playwright Annie Baker's first stage direction for "The Aliens" begins with an admonition: "This is important: At least a third — if not half — of this...