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    • SUBSCRIBE: 60th Anniversary Season

      SUBSCRIBE: 60th Anniversary Season

      2018-19 60th Anniversary Season First Tuesday Readers Theatre complimentary refreshments at 10am performance at 10:30am October 2, 2018 - Foxfire by Susan Cooper & Hume Cronyn November 6, 2018 - Grand Junction by Rich Rubin, 2018 PCTG New Play Award finalist December 4, 2018 - Holiday Radio Hour! Willamette Radio Workshop January 26 (Saturday!), 2019 - Fertile Ground 2019 - Winner of the PCTG New Play Award February 5, 2019- The Belle of Amherst by William Luce March 5, 2019 - Disgraced by Ayad Akhtar April 2, 2019 - Good People by David Lindsay Abaire May 7, 2019 - A Musical Treat Directed by Adair Chappell Guild After Dark All performances 7:30 pm December 3 - Holiday Radio Hour! Willamette Radio Workshop January 25 - Fertile Ground featuring PCTG New Play Award Winner May 6 - A Musical Treat

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    • Hazardous Beauty  by Bonnie Ratner

      Hazardous Beauty by Bonnie Ratner

      Hazardous Beauty is a provocative, often very funny, guide to making friends with people who are different from us. Two women–one black, one white–attend a memoir writing class at a Portland college. They have come to write about their lives, not just talk about them, so they are charged with "coherence," with making sense of love, work, art and aging, and together to explore what all this means at the intersection of gender, race and class. During the 2016 Fertile Ground Festival, audiences called Hazardous Beauty "Wonderfully provocative, witty, complex and brilliant. It was awesome to see two strangers meet and peel through the world's stereotypes and misconceptions to reveal the hearts of two such richly talented, yet scarred individuals. Brava!" Hazardous Beauty has been revised and updated with new surprises for this fully produced world premiere. ----- Part of Fertile Ground: A City-wide Festival of New Works

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    • Friends With Guns

      Friends With Guns

      Friends With Guns By Stephanie Alison Walker Produced by Chapel Theatre Collective At Chapel Theatre (Milwaukie, OR) Directed by Illya DeTorres Tickets: $20 in advance; $25 at the door You think you know your friends, your neighbors, your spouse, but what happens when you suddenly find out they have a garage full of guns? This new dark comedy explores the complicated issue of gun proliferation when two young liberal couples are forced to confront their assumptions about who should own a gun - and why. The time of easy answers regarding this issue is long gone. In the wake of current events, we are all forced to re-examine our strongly held beliefs about gun ownership. "Friends with Guns" explores the question of what we can compartmentalize...and what we can't. It pulls the curtain back and does all of this through a female lens. ----- Part of Fertile Ground: A City-wide Festival of New Works

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