Past Event Video Archive
Below you will find links to view recordings of select virtual offerings, from original works to staged readings to community partnership events. View a list of upcoming events here.
JAW Press Play: WWJP Street Dance Showcase
JAW 2021 Event
Presented by Jesus Rodales of WWJP this showcase features street, club, and urban dance styles, performed by artists from a variety of local dance crews.
JAW Press Play: Music by Rich Hunter
JAW 2021 Event
Known for his previous releases under the moniker Risky Star, Hunter's work weaves contemporary R&B and neo-soul, and touches on themes of intimacy, compassion, and the vulnerability that comes with maturity, love, and doubt.
Panel Discussion: Immersive Technology, Gaming Culture, and Theater
Inspired by the immersive experience in the upcoming production of Summerfield Estates, we're taking a deep dive into the wild and wonderful world of interactive design, with a special panel discussion featuring some of Portland's most exciting vanguard artists.
Productive Discomfort: Transgender, Non-Binary, Two-Spirit, and Indigiqueer Artists in Portland Theater
A panel discussion with local transgender, non-binary, two-spirit, and indigiqueer theater artists and administrators, reflecting on their experiences in the theater.
Panel Discussion: Trouble with a Capital T — Re-imaging the Musical
Does the golden age of musical theater still resonate today? In this conversation with William Carlos Angulo (In the Heights), Melissa Crespo (Native Gardens), Isaac Lamb (The Bells That Still Can Ring), and Chip Miller (Hedwig and the Angry Inch), moderated by Artistic Director Marissa Wolf, we'll discuss new and canonical musical theater — what we love and what we're leaving behind — as we re-imagine the musical for our times.
A Beat Happening Showcase featuring Auvie Sinclair, KOKIO, and XEMARA15
Discover young music producers and beatmakers in this special showcase in partnership with A Beat Happening, featuring Auvie Sinclair, KOKIO, and XEMARA15.
Oregon Book Awards Finalists in Drama: Panel Discussion
Join the five Oregon Book Award finalists for the Angus Bowmer Award in Drama for a panel discussion, moderated by Chip Miller, Associate Artistic Director of Portland Center Stage.
The Role of the Artist in Revolution: Panel discussion with CLASSIX featuring Intisar Abioto and James R. Dixon
Explore the role of the artist in times of revolution in this panel discussion featuring members of CLASSIX and Portland-based artists Intisar Abioto and James R. Dixon. Moderated by Kamilah Bush, PCS Literary Manager.
#MaskOutHate: Practicing Community-Centered Design and Dialogue
Discover the story of the #MaskOutHate community and their approach to outreach and creative collaborations during this panel discussion featuring Founder Sophia Austrins, Co-Founder Karim Hassanein, Mind-Body Facilitator Kulsoom Shah, and artists Wendi YuLing and Kayin Talton Davis. Spanish translation provided by Diana Marcela Cuartas. View the virtual exhibit and learn more about the #MaskOutHate artists and workshops.
#MaskOutHate is an ongoing series of virtual workshops in which BIPOC folks come together to brainstorm mask designs that respond to the increased racism experienced by our communities during the current pandemic and protests. Learn more and view the virtual exhibit!
Panel Discussion: CLASSIX talks Alice Childress and Wine in the Wilderness
Dive into the work of Alice Childress and Wine in the Wilderness in this livestream discussion with members of CLASSIX, an artist group that explores the classical canon of dramatic works by Black writers. Moderated by PCS Literary Manager Kamilah Bush.
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