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World premieres of Shadow & Light and Blackberry Winter give voice to Alzheimer’s and dementia
Diane Retallack

ACE’s offbeat musical comedy Falling for Eve looks at the pitfalls of relationships in the Garden of Eden
Jenny Parks (left), Joel Ibanez, Donovan Seitzinger and Hillary Humphreys in ACE’s Falling for Eve
Jenny Parks (left), Joel Ibanez, Donovan Seitzinger and Hillary Humphreys in ACE’s Falling for Eve

VLT's excellent production of The Quality of Life makes meaning of senseless death
Storm Kennedy and John White in VLT's the quality of life
Storm Kennedy and John White in VLT's the quality of life

Illustration by Dan Pegoda.

University Theatre's Scorched looks unflinchingly at the side of war we don’t often see, or want to
Alex Mentzel and Mallory Oslund in UT's Scorched
Alex Mentzel and Mallory Oslund in UT's Scorched

University Theatre's Scorched examines the plight of war refugees
Jessica Lee (left) and Jerilyn Armstrong in UT's Scorched
Jessica Lee (left) and Jerilyn Armstrong in UT's Scorched

OCT'S Silent Sky tells the story of hearts and stars
Inga R. Wilson (left) and Erica Towe in OCT's Silent Sky
Inga R. Wilson (left) and Erica Towe in OCT's Silent Sky

Local actor Brian Haimbach discusses his play How to Be a Sissy
Brian Haimbach

Oregon Shakespeare Festival opens 81st season with beloved classics and world premieres

Eugene theater mavens bring new resident company to Springfield’s Wildish Theater