Oregon Contemporary Theatre hosts a number of special events each year, including play readings, the NW 10 Festival of Ten-minute Plays, and more. Follow the pages below to get more information on upcoming events.
Welcome back The Kinsey Sicks in "THINGS YOU SHOULDN'T SAY!" fresh from their critically-acclaimed off-Broadway run at New York’s fabled SoHo Playhouse!
If you love Donald Trump, you’ll hate this show! Touring the US and internationally for 24 years, America’s Favorite Dragapella® Beautyshop Quartet returns to Eugene with the most hilarious, compelling and moving takedown of Trumpism that you'll see on stage -- in outrageous drag and glorious four-part harmony.
Teatro Milagro presents Mijita Fridita, a bilingual play October 15th at 4pm
Against the backdrop of the Mexican Revolution, young Fridita, growing up in her family’s blue house in Coyoacan is diagnosed with polio. Bedridden, Fridita escapes into the world of her imagination, meets another girl that looks just like her, and together they journey to the center of the world for a fiesta with all the characters of her imaginings.
Teatro Milagro presenta Mijita Fridita, una obra bilingüe 15 de octubre, 4pm
En medio de la revolución mexicana, la joven Fridita, quién disfruta de su infancia en la casa azul de su familia en Coyoacán es diagnosticada con polio. Encamada, Fridita escapa al mundo de su imaginación, dónde conoce a otra niña que luce igual a ella, y juntas emprenden un viaje al centro del mundo de camino hacia una fiesta con todos los personajes de su imaginación.
Oregon Contemporary Theatre is a regular co-producer of the popular NW10 Festival of Ten-minute Plays, an annual festival taking place in the late spring of each year. Find out more about this year's festival, past festivals, and how you can submit your script for NW10!
Everyone has a play in them -- why not write yours this October? Meet up with other writers at weekly write-ins, and challenge yourself to write a ten-minute, one-act, or full length play in a month! Free events hosted by OCT, and open to writers of all experience levels!
Ever wonder how a designer created an effect? What helped an actor to make a moment real? What a director thinks a play is all about? Now is your chance to ask! Following each Sunday matinee performance of the regular season, OCT hosts a post-show discussion with several members of the cast and production team.