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Join Us Virtually for Our Fall Quarter Performances!


Native Garden

Native Gardens

by Karen Zacarías

  November 13, 5:00 pm
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Backyard gardens and cultures clash in this brilliant new comedy. Pablo and Tania are building their careers and their family.   Expecting their first child, they purchase a home next to Frank and Virginia, a well-established couple with a prize-worthy garden. An upcoming barbecue and a disagreement over a fence line soon spiral into an all-out border dispute, exposing both couples’ notions of race, taste, class and privilege. 

Getting Somewhere

Now We’re Really Getting Somewhere

by Kristina Halvorson

  November 20, 5:00 pm
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Growing weary of meetings and work via Zoom?  Craving direct contact and clear feedback from colleagues and supervisors?  When Elaine calls a surprise meeting with sales rep Jack and his call-center support team, Jen and Bethany, she gets more than she bargained for.  Video-taped on Zoom, join us for the release of this 15-minute gem!

Tattoo

The Story About the Tattoo

by Karen Zacarías

  December 4, 5:00 pm
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When Wilma sits next to Taylor on a long flight across the country, the whole plane gets involved in her wacky tale just how far the devotion of a son goes!  A 15-minute play guaranteed to make you smile!  


Act One Drama Club

If you don't think you are ready for auditions or feel like it is too big of a time commitment, think about becoming involved in our Act One Drama Club that produces our performances.

About the Drama Program

Drama at Lower Columbia College offers courses designed to provide students with an understanding of the theatre and an appreciation of theatre, acting, technical theatre, and production experience through performance. Students develop the ability to express themselves in many ways: acting on stage, seminar discussion, play analysis, review writing, script interpretation, kinesthetic expression, and technical proficiency in set, costume, and light design.

One play is presented each quarter during the academic year. Participation is open to all students, college employees and members of the local community.

Students interested in acting can complete an associate degree or begin studies to transfer to a baccalaureate program. Drama courses can also be an important supplement for those who plan to major in the humanities or social sciences.


Contact Center Stage Theatre

  Betsy Richard, Drama Instructor

  (360) 442-2682
  brichard@lowercolumbia.edu

  Robert Cochran, Building Manager/Technician

  (360) 442-2277
  rcochran@lowercolumbia.edu

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