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Before joining Portland Center Stage, Chip held the role of artistic associate/resident director at Kansas City Repertory Theatre for seven years, where their directing credits included School Girls; Or, The African ...
Chip Miller Associate Artistic Director
Before joining Portland Center Stage, Chip held the role of artistic associate/resident director at Kansas City Repertory Theatre for seven years, where their directing credits included School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play, Welcome to Fear City, Sex with Strangers, and A Raisin in the Sun. Beyond KCRep stages ...
Congratulations to Chip Miller in their new role as Associate Artistic Director of Portland Center Stage at The Armory!
An iconic story of freedom, justice, and salvation from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Fences. Pittsburgh, 1904: Amidst boiling racial tensions, Citizen Barlow arrives at the home of Aunt Ester, a 285-year-old healer, who helps him seek redemption from a mistake that’s cost another man his life. She sends Citizen on a powerful, mystical journey to the City of Bones in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean — where he must understand the past in order to forge his own future.
A World Premiere! A BEAUTIFUL, HUMOR-FILLED EXCAVATION OF OUR SHARED HISTORY. When a hip hop lovin' uncle obsessed with Ancestry.com starts digging into the past, an interracial couple finds that they have a lot more (and a lot less) in common than they thought. Filled with comedy, wit, and dance, this singular American story is about learning to live and love in a present that's overpopulated with ghosts.
Don’t miss this sensational, iconic musical hot off its 25th Anniversary! Rent took Broadway by storm with its deeply resonant look at a deadly virus, financial precarity, and love as a radical act. As a group of young artists fight for justice and visibility during the AIDS crisis, they revel in the beautiful bonds of friendship and chosen family. With its profound message of joy and hope in the face of uncertainty, this timeless musical reminds us to measure our lives with the only thing that truly matters — love.
Brilliantly innovative, moving, and wickedly funny, this genre-bending, fourth-wall-smashing musical sensation tells the story of one of the most unique characters to ever hit the stage. Hedwig, a German emigrant, is out to set the record straight about her life, her loves, and the operation that left her with that “angry inch.” Part rock concert, part cabaret, part stand-up comedy routine, this one-of-a-kind musical proves time and again that an indomitable spirit can’t ever be tied down.
Winner of 4 Tony Awards, including Best Revival of a Musical Brilliantly innovative, heartbreaking, and wickedly funny, this genre-bending, fourth-wall-smashing musical sensation tells the story of one of the most unique characters to ever hit the stage. Hedwig, a German emigrant, is out to set the record straight about her life, her loves, and the operation that left her with that “angry inch.” Part rock concert, part cabaret, part stand-up comedy routine, this one-of-a-kind musical proves time and again that an indomitable spirit can’t ever be tied down.
Renaissance: Technically invites audiences to climb inside the window of technology as we spin our way into digital storytelling. This project is the first step in an ongoing experiment that strives to blur the edges between the digital world and real life, and investigate the very process of creating and experiencing art. Nine dynamic artists — including poets, musicians, dancers, actors, and visual artists — have come together to devise this virtual theater event. Join us for a multifaceted journey in progress, with a choose-your-own-adventure twist.
If you missed our series of rich discussions around plays we love, you're in luck! You can listen to the audio recording of the sessions, which were led by Marissa Wolf and Chip Miller, joined by special guest artists.
In 1999, members of New York Theater Workshop came to Portland to work in concert with Portland Center Stage staff to launch a new play development effort called Just Add Water/West, after NYTW's own festival back east. Since then, JAW has created a space ...
Nicole grew up in Nyack, New York where she began studying theatre at a young age within the Rockland County community. She earned her undergraduate degree in Theatre Arts and Public Relations from Flagler College in Saint Augustine, Florida. After ...
Josie Seid on the Creative Team:
“We have visual artists, we have musicians, we have poets, we have people who dance, we have actors, we have singers — so anything can happen. When you get that kind of juice in the room, and all those different kinds of lenses, you have this glorious kaleidoscope of work that’s going to happen.”
Meet the cast and creative team behind Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
Meet the cast and creative team behind Redwood.
When an unexpected tragedy befalls the crew aboard space cruiser Elegua IV, they are thrust into a thrilling mystery which threatens their mission to preserve humanity. Conceived by Portland artist Phil Johnson, this science fiction audio experience explores how the systems we trust may not always be on our side.
A season of celebration. Celebrating new work; some great laughs; Northwest writers; a glorious musical; women playwrights; and more!
From our Summer Teen Academy to Teen Council, Portland Center Stage provides a wide array of access and professional training for teenage students interested in theater.
August 23, 2021 Media Release: Portland Performing Arts Vaccine Coalition
July 1, 2021 Media Release: JAW New Play Festival Returns July 23-2533rd Season
June 9, 2021 Media Release: Summerfield Estates — PCS Remix: Original Works
June 3, 2021 Media Release: PCS Board Announcement Media Release...
JAW New Play Festival is a week-long assembling of artists and audiences to create new plays! Artistic teams, including playwrights, directors and actors, come together to rehearse - and a lot of times rewrite! - a play. The final piece of the process is sharing a “music stands reading” with audiences - allowing playwrights to hear their work, often for the very first time!
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