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Lauren Yee Artist
Literary Manager Kamilah Bush spoke to playwright Lauren Yee about her inspirations and the personal connections that led her to write The Great Leap.
From the acclaimed playwright of Cambodian Rock Band! San Francisco. 1989. Basketball standout Manford Lum is a fast-talking, dominating teenager on the street courts of Chinatown. But when he elbows his way onto a college team traveling to Beijing for a “friendship” game, the outcome isn’t what anyone expects. Lauren Yee uses her father’s basketball heroics and the student-led demonstrations that rocked the world as a springboard for this moving story that keeps the tension rising right up until the final buzzer. A co-production with Artists Repertory Theatre.
Dubbed “fierce, gorgeous, and heartwarming” by the Los Angeles Times, this play (part comedy, part mystery, part rock concert) follows a young woman trying to piece together her family history 30 years after her father fled Cambodia. Featuring a cast that performs a mix of contemporary Dengue Fever hits and classic Cambodian oldies, Lauren Yee vividly brings to life the Cambodian rock scene of the ‘60s and ‘70s, a movement cut short by the Khmer Rouge’s brutal regime, which nearly erased the music (and musicians). A story about survivors, the resilient bond of family, and the enduring power of music.
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.
Marissa Wolf Artist
Marissa is currently in her fourth year as artistic director of Portland Center Stage, where she launched her first programmed season in 2019-2020 with two world premiere productions and work ...
Marissa Wolf Artistic Director
Marissa became the artistic director of Portland Center Stage in August 2018, and launched her first programmed season in 2019-2020, featuring two world premiere productions and work by notable artists including Lauren Yee, Lee Sunday Evans, and May Adrales. Marissa previously served as the Associate Artistic Director/New Works ...
Join Literary Manager Benjamin Fainstein for a lively group discussion about George Bernard Shaw and Major Barbara. Wednesday, May 2nd 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
PCS Announces Four New Commissions in our Northwest Stories Series.
A season of celebration. Celebrating new work; some great laughs; Northwest writers; a glorious musical; women playwrights; and more!
”Electrifying, brilliant theater at its finest!" — Audience Rave
We are thrilled to launch Marissa Wolf's first full season as our new artistic director. She's planned a season full of energy, music, emotion, and humor!
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We're thrilled to provide young people with an unforgettable opportunity to experience professional theater in a context that supports their education. Our offerings are targeted toward ages 12 to 18 (middle school and high school students).
Winner of five Tony Awards including Best Play This Broadway smash hit takes you inside the mind of Christopher, an exceptionally intelligent, neurodivergent 15-year-old boy. Now, it is seven minutes after midnight and Christopher is under suspicion of killing his neighbor’s dog, Wellington, with a garden fork. Determined to find the true culprit, Christopher carefully records each fact of the crime. Ultimately, his detective work takes him on a deeply personal quest that upturns his world.
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