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Oompas with oomph
Oompas with oomph

There is still time to catch the final performances of “Willie Wonka,” Roald Dahl’s classic tale of innocence, curiosity and chocolate at Taft High 7-12 in Lincoln City.

The play stars eighth grader Tara Souter as Charlie,...

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The art of wore
The art of wore
Theatre West takes Ephron sisters show on the road
Play time in Tillamook

The Tillamook Association for the Performing Arts is seeking show submissions from directors for its upcoming season, which runs from October 2017 to September 2018.

The group is looking for a balanced season with some classics, some comedies...

What are your odds?
What are your odds?

Theatre West is holding auditions for its upcoming production of “The Odd Couple (Female Version),” a Neil Simon comedy that turns his classic original on its head.

“Riva,” before you
“Riva,” before you

There is still time to catch the world premiere of “Riva” as it concludes its two-week run at the Newport Performing Arts Center this weekend.

The stamp of approval
The stamp of approval
One of Us Productions presents A.R. Gurney’s “Love Letters” in Yachats
Dripping with talent
Dripping with talent
Lady Rizo returns to Newport for one night only
A story of hope
A story of hope

By Barbara B. Covell

For the TODAY

For the countless children and adults who have endured life as abused, tormented, injured and invisible — this story is for you. New Vision Arts, originated by longtime thespians Marc Maislen and...

Who’s soirée now?
Who’s soirée now?
Making up is hard to do in Neil Simon’s “The Dinner Party”
What have you got to lose?

Lincoln City’s Theatre West is holding auditions for “Love, Loss and What I Wore,” a comedy by Nora and Delia Ephron.

Danielle Ryan will direct this reader’s theater play, which features a series of fragmented...

Fool of great ideas?
Fool of great ideas?

Every year, Lincoln City’s Festival of Illusions attracts a host of magicians, jugglers and other performers who make their living by getting up on stage and showing off their skills.

But why let the professionals have all the...