Drammy Awards: Third Period Plays

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Photo by Win Goodbody: portlandtheatrescene.com

Here, as promised, is the list of the shows that were discussed and considered by the Drammy Committee on Monday, 20 January, 2014, at the end of the Third Period of this year’s Drammy Season. Remember that a show must have CLOSED before we can consider it. Do let us know if you think something is missing. To remind yourselves of the plays we discussed at the end of the first and second periods, please check the News Feed for September 24, 2013, and December 10, 2013, respectively.

THIRD PERIOD PRODUCTIONS

  • A Christmas CarolPortland Playhouse
  • American FiestaTriangle Productions
  • FoxfinderArtists Repertory Theatre
  • Inspecting Carol/Lakewood Theatre Company
  • It’s a Wonderful Life/Stumptown Stages
  • Noises Off/Third Rail Repertory Theatre
  • Our Town/Liminal Performance Group
  • Peter Pan/Northwest Children’s Theatre Company
  • Plaid Tidings/Broadway Rose Theatre Company
  • Rudolph: On Stage!/Bad Reputation Productions
  • Tess on an Alien Planet/Echo Theatre Company
  • The Christmas Revels: Christmas in Old Europe/Portland Revels
  • The Lion in Winter/Northwest Classical Theatre Company
  • The Lover/Imago Theatre
  • The Night Before Christmas/Artists Rep*
  • The Reason for the Season/Artists Rep *
  • The Second City’s A Christmas CarolTwist Your Dickens/Portland Center Stage
  • The Shoemaker and the Elves/Tears of Joy
  • The Twelve Dates of Christmas/Salt and Sage Productions
  • The Visit/Broken Toy Piano Company
  • White Christmas/Lakewood Theater Company

*Please note that these two Artists Rep shows were billed together as Xmas Unplugged, but were considered separately

Onward and upward!

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4 thoughts on “Drammy Awards: Third Period Plays

  1. I know you also did it a few months ago, making January a remount, no? And I don’t think there were enough performances the first time either…am I wrong? Thanks for contacting me. Please let me know if I am misremembering. Cheers.

  2. Looking back, I see the show ran from 11/15 to 11/23. But I don’t think there were 8 full performances in that week were there? Eight were required at that time (now 9). The more recent run was 4 or 5, I think, but was a remount. Obviously our 9 performance requirement means in a single run. It is so that enough of us can see it in its initial iteration. I hope that clarifies?

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