About a mile west of Lone Fir Cemetery, a 165-year old cemetery in Portland in the Buckman neighborhood, you will find a salmon-colored building on the corner of 6th and Stark Street. Nestled just east of the river, its olden marquee frames the venue’s name which stands erect over a traditional vertical light-up sign. Milagro, the Spanish word for miracle, is the city’s nexus for Hispanic cultural festivals, events, and plays.
The Teatro Milagro your of Judge Torres by Milta Ortiz
Mar 30, 2020
On Thursday, March 26, 2020, the Dramatists Guild held a special webinar edition of The Dramatist LIVE, co-hosted by Joey Stocks, Christine Toy Johnson, and Amanda Green, and commemorating Terrence McNally.
Mar 30, 2020
The Strong Female Character: you’ve seen all the submission opportunities clamoring for more of them. But what does “strong” mean? Is it the loudest, the biggest, the baddest?
The Macha production of Sheathed by Maggie Lee
Mar 29, 2020
There is a place in Portland where you can walk out of the rain into an unassuming little coffee shop, order yourself a warm drink, then head through the back door into another world.
Mar 27, 2020
Burien Actors Theatre or BAT is a nonprofit, professional theatre in the heart of Seattle. Their tagline, “Better Theatre Live”, is representative of BAT’s desire to serve the local community by producing professional work that is exciting, engaging and of the highest artistic caliber.
Mar 26, 2020