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    • Southern Oregon Impact Theater Contribution Program
    • Soap St. Theater Contribution Program
    • Quintessence Language and Imagination Theater Contribution Program
    • Jane A Theatre Company Contribution Program
    • GALA Contribution Program

      GALA Contribution Program

      Please consider supporting GALA with a 100% tax deductible donation. Ticket revenue covers only a minimal portion of theater programming and a gift to GALA goes a long way to supporting innovative bilingual programming for youth and adults and the artistic voice of the largest minority in the United States.

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    • Topdog/Underdog

      Topdog/Underdog

      The Pulitzer Prize-winning Topdog/Underdog by Suzan-Lori Parks will open at the new Chapel Theatre in Milwaukie on November 9th. The original story of sibling rivalry is told with African-American brothers that grapple in a turbulent relationship interrupted with dark humor. Their names, ironically are Lincoln and Booth. Each brother loves the other, but each wants to be on top. The play explores themes of family dynamics in a compelling fashion. Co-directed by Bobby Bermea and Jamie M. Rea, this production will be a fascinating evening of theater. This show has adult content and is not recommended for children.

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    • The Children Production Company Presents:  Shrek the Musical, Jr.
    • The Teen Production Company Presents:  Xanadu
    • Vampire Tapestry

      Vampire Tapestry

      +Street Scenes presents Vampire Tapestry by Suzy McKee Charnas. It will open at the new Chapel Theatre in Milwaukie on December 6th and it will run through December 22nd. Stephen King called it "Scary, entertaining, suspensefulÂ…" Focusing on the Nebula Award winning novella Unicorn Tapestry, it is the story of a psychotherapist, Dr. Floria Landauer, and her troubling relationship with her patient, Dr. Edward Lewis Weyland. At a time when bipolar disorder was referred to as manic depression and PTSD was referred to as battle fatigue, she tries to determine why he suffers from the delusion that he is a vampire. When she discovers the shocking source, the ultimate confrontation is inevitable. Adapted and directed by Tobias Andersen, this production will be a suspenseful evening of theater. This show has adult content and is not recommended for children. Ms. Charnas hopes to attend the opening night performance!

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