Second Period Plays of the 2015-2016 Drammy Season

Hello, Portland theater lovers! Your Drammy committee met on Monday, November 16th to discuss the second period plays for this season.

To be considered at this meeting, shows must have finished their runs prior to 11/16. Please let us know if you think a show is missing from this list. And we’re sure to see you at the theatre soon!

Adrift in Macao / Broadway Rose Theatre Company
Anything Goes / Lakewood Theatre Company
Carrie: The Musical / Stumptown Stages
Cock / defunkt theatre
Cuba Libre / Artists Repertory Theatre
Dearly Departed / Twilight Theater Company
Elephant and Piggie’s “We are in a Play!” / Northwest Children’s Theater
Equivocation / Post5 Theatre
Equus / Post5 Theatre
Falsettos / Live On Stage
How We Got On / Portland Playhouse
La Muerte Baila / Milagro
Looped / triangle productions!
Or, / Third Rail Repertory Theatre
Our Town / Portland Center Stage
Passion Play (Part 3) / Shaking The Tree
Remme’s Run / CoHo Productions
Rent / Metropolitan Community Theatre Project
The Realistic Joneses / Third Rail Repertory Theatre
The Sun Serpent / Northwest Children’s Theater
The Turn of the Screw / Portland Shakespeare Project
The Understudy / Artists Repertory Theatre
The Wrestling Season / Oregon Children’s Theatre (Young Professionals)
Tommy J & Sally / PassinArt: A Theatre Company
Waiting For Godot / Northwest Classical Theatre Collaborative

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2 thoughts on “Second Period Plays of the 2015-2016 Drammy Season

  1. I’m surprised Beaverton Civic Theatre’s Twelve Angry Jurors was omitted. And New Century’s Odd Couple or All My Sons or Witness for the Prosecution. All winners.

    1. We know wonderful things are happening at Beaverton Civic and other theaters outside of Portland. And many of our 16 volunteer committee members attend shows on their own time in Beaverton, Hillsboro, Clackamas, and other places. However, the Drammys (and before that the Willies) have a focus on Portland theater because we simply cannot cover every amazing theater everywhere! There are so many good things going on all over the metro area, and while it would be delightful to expand our coverage area, it just isn’t feasible at this time.

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