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Portland Center Stage’s (PCS) production of Bruce Norris’ Clybourne Park had help from a Lewis & Clark expert—Michael Olich, associate professor of theatre.
Cofounder of the Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble (PETE), Rebecca Lingafelter is currently performing in the group’s first full-length production, titled R3.
Usman Ally, Theatre Department performance major ‘04, has been nominated for Chicago’s very prestigious EQUITY JOSEPH JEFFERSON AWARD.
Rebecca Lingafelter, Assistant Professor of Theatre at Lewis & Clark College, performs in “That Hopey Changey Thing” at Portland’s Third Rail Repertory Theatre.
Meet the newest member in the Theatre Department for 2012-2013!
In the wake of former Czech President and playwright Vaclav Havel’s death, Lewis & Clark Associate Professor of Theater Stepan Simek, an authorized translator of Havel’s body of work, reflected on the statesman’s life in an extensive interview with The Oregonian.
The young theatre company, Geisslers Hofcomoedianten from Czech Republic, composed of professional actors from various theatres in Prague, present TWO new works on the Lewis & Clark College campus!
October 15 & 18 at 7:30pm
Agnes Flanagan Chapel
Lewis & Clark theatre students easily find their niche in Portland’s art scene.
Fir Acres Theatre is home base for theatre arts and dance at Lewis & Clark. With two stages—the black box and the main stage—the Department of Theatre offers a wide variety of performances, including faculty-directed productions, one-act plays written and directed by students, and the annual student-choreographed dance extravaganza. In this video, student actors, directors, designers, and technicians talk about their experiences within the department.
Professor Stepan Simek will offer his expertise about training the next generation of theatre artists during the Fertile Ground Festival. Learn more.
Professor Stepan Simek’s new translation of Petr Zelenka’s award-winning play Theremin appears in “Czech Plays: Seven New Works,” the first modern anthology of contemporary plays from the Czech Republic, published by the City University of NY Press.
The October 2009 issue of American Theatre Magazine highlights Lewis & Clark College Associate Professor Michael Olich’s scene design process that supported Artists Repertory Theatre’s 2008 production of Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice.
Usman Ally B.A. ’04 heads to New York City for his first Off-Broadway role.
Associate Professor of Theatre Stepan Simek is featured in his role as a WWII German General Wend von Wietersheim in the soon to be released film “Everyman’s War.”
The Department of Theatre is located in Fir Acres Theatre on the Undergraduate Campus.
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