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Campus theaters explore environmental and social justice
Sila
Sila

Robert Caisley’s comedy Lucky Me premieres at OCT
Joe Cronin (left), Kelly Quinnett and Eric Hadley in OCT’s Lucky Me
Joe Cronin (left), Kelly Quinnett and Eric Hadley in OCT’s Lucky Me

The cast of New Hope’s Hairspray
The cast of New Hope’s Hairspray

Portland performance group Hand2Mouth brings Pep Talk to OCT
The crew of Portland’s Hand2Mouth
The crew of Portland’s Hand2Mouth

The NW10 Festival offers up a heady stew of short plays

Very Little Theatre gets irreverent with Sondheim’s A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

Actor’s Cabaret of Eugene gets dark and boozy with The Wild Party
Anthony Krall as Burrs with the Cast of ACE’s WILD PARTY
Anthony Krall as Burrs with the Cast of ACE’s WILD PARTY

From Nixon in China to Sweeney Todd, Eugene Opera’s low-cost ticket program connects new audiences to performances
Beadle Bamford (David Gustafson, right) advises Judge Turpin (Jake Gardner) to get a shave during rehearsals for Eugene Opera’s upcoming production of Sweeney Todd
Beadle Bamford (David Gustafson, right) advises Judge Turpin (Jake Gardner) to get a shave during rehearsals for Eugene Opera’s upcoming production of Sweeney Todd. Photo by Ashley Hastings.

OCT’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is both brilliant and twisted — exactly as it should be
Dan pegoda and Lyn Burg as George and Martha
Dan pegoda and Lyn Burg as George and Martha

Veteran director Judy Wenger is back with Snow White at Rose Children’s Theatre
Judy Wenger directs Rose Children’s Theatre’s Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs