Listed below are upcoming shows, staged readings, classes, community partnership events, and more.
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Calling all teens! Are you looking to expand your acting skills and be the best scene partner you can be for your fellow actors? In this class, we will dig deep into scene study, character motivation, and active listening, while learning the necessary questions to ask in every rehearsal situation. You'll develop fuller characters and deeper relationships on stage by partnering in scene work — and have lots of fun too!
Whether you are an experienced actor looking to keep your skills sharp, or someone brand new to acting who is looking to gain more confidence in public speaking, this class will provide an excellent foundation for the craft of performance.
Filled with humor and history, this Pulitzer Prize finalist asks what the Constitution truly means. Heidi Schreck defended the Constitution as a teen in debates, but now she’s investigating its impact on four generations of women in her family.
In this modern twist on Don Quixote, a professor imagines himself as Cervantes’ titular hero and sets out for his long-lost love. Featuring vibrant Spanish-infused music and language, this magical retelling spotlights Tejano culture and celebrates life, love, and the human spirit.
Portland Center Stage is committed to identifying & interrupting instances of racism & all forms of oppression, through the principles of inclusion, diversity, equity, & accessibility (IDEA).