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“I look forward to finding more ways for Artists Rep to be a creative problem-solver for issues facing our local community.”

The iconic Oregon playwright’s residency will last through 2026.

The lobby will function as a temporary production space while work is underway on two theaters.

The position is a one-year residency designed by Artist Rep’s DNA Oxygen group.

FastHorse’s The Thanksgiving Play, which is getting its full premiere at Artists Rep, is about characters who aren’t as uninhibited: three actors and one director who are attempting to create a play for Thanksgiving that will be politically correct, 45 minutes long and appropriate for an elementary school audience. WW spoke to FastHorse, an enrolled member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, about writing The Thanksgiving Play and the worst things about white liberal theater.

“I feel so lucky to be a playwright. I love what I do.”

The nonprofit company has already put on several productions and now teaches students how to act.

Written by Portland playwright E.M. Lewis, it’s a harrowing, epic odyssey about a group of researchers working in an isolated Antarctica laboratory. A world premiere staged by Artist Repertory Theatre, Magellanica has a five-and-a-half-hour run time, three intermissions and a 25-minute dinner break. That may make the play sound like a daunting ordeal, “Magellanica” isn’t something you sit through to prove that you can—full of intoxicating images and intense emotions, it’s a seamless fusion of spectacle and intimacy.

New York playwright Amy Herzog became contemporary theater's darling when her play 4000 Miles was the first from Lincoln Center Theater's prolific new works program to get an off-Broadway ru,Theater

Calling all fans of Shakespeare, Jonathan Larson and “Moonlight.”