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Join us in person this July 9 and 10 for readings of Sarah Cho’s new play STAINS – a coming-of-age comedy about growing up poor, female, and Korean American in Los Angeles. The play follows its teen protagonist as she is mentored by an imaginary friend—who happens to be a wisecracking

Join us in person this July 9 and 10 for readings of Sarah Cho’s new play STAINS – a coming-of-age comedy about growing up poor, female, and Korean American in Los Angeles. The play follows its teen protagonist as she is mentored by an imaginary friend—who happens to be a wisecracking

What could go wrong when three bleeding-heart liberals undertake to mount a woke Thanksgiving play? Just about everything in Larissa FastHorse’s hilarious satire of clueless white people straining to be politically correct. Directed by Steven Sapp. Performance dates are: February 17-19 at 8pm February 24-26 at 8pm February 26 & 27 at

The Oregon Cabaret Theatre Announces Its 2022 Season   The Oregon Cabaret Theatre has announced its 37th season, including an expansion to a sixth show in 2022, White Christmas, to be performed at the Thomas Theatre at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.   The first show of the Cabaret’s 2022 season,

Barnstormers Theatre announces its upcoming 2021-2022 season, celebrating the community theatre’s 70 th anniversary. The season, which runs from August 2021 until June 2022, will include six plays that have never been done before on the Barnstormers stage. The 2021-2022 season will begin with William Shakespeare’s classical comedy “A Midsummer

With theater season starting back up, the Rogue Valley will once again become a major destination for locals and visitors alike to spend a night out on the town and catch some world-class plays and performances. But what night out to the theater is really complete without a nice meal at

Wayd Drake runs no risk of being a teacher that is “just all talk.” For the past nine years, Drake has been a faculty instructor of Acting and Public Speaking at Rogue Community College—and what he teaches is constantly in view and in action, as he is the current Theater

Some might think members of improv groups are gluttons for punishment: to put oneself onstage in front of an audience that expects to both participate and be thoroughly entertained by thrown-together scenarios borne of unpredictable topics sounds like a tall order. However, to listen to Daniel Jokelson, one of the

It is often said that artists don’t make great business people. But Donnie Maclurcan, an affiliate professor at Southern Oregon University and the director for Cascades Hub, a business incubator housed there, doesn’t necessarily agree. In a recent phone interview with the Messenger, Maclurcan laughed when asked whether right-brained artists

Show-Stopper   Oregon Shakespeare Festival opened The Happiest Song Plays Last, on July 7. The play is the third in a trilogy from playwright Quiara Alegría Hudes, about a soldier’s search for meaning after returning from war in Iraq. Though it is the third in the series, it can be