Really Feckin’ Good – The Cripple of Inishmaan opens at CCC

By Zachary Whitley / March 3, 2020

Before we start, yes, there are Irish accents. The Cripple of Inishmaan by Martin McDonagh is the latest production being put on by the Clackamas Community College  theater department. It features a small, diverse cast filled with CCC students and community members. Directed by James Eikrem, the play  takes place in Inishmaan, Ireland, a 200-person…

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Theater stages Latino culture

By Merari Calderon Ruiz / February 14, 2017

By Merari Calderon Ruiz Moments of laughter, happiness and sadness all occur on stage. On Feb. 9, Teatro Milagro opened the play “Swimming While Drowning” in Portland, and with it, continued its commitment to bringing a different perspective to the Portland stage for 33 years. In the play there were two actors; Blake Stone plays…

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‘Sylvia’ opens at Clackamas

By Clackamas Print / November 18, 2015

A dog humps, shits, eats trash, licks where you don’t want it to and bites. Despite the lack of prefrontal cortex\ in these four legged hairballs, we humans can’t seem to get enough of them. Perhaps we keep them because dogs love so unequivocally and ungrudgingly. In Clackamas Community College’s production of Sylvia, Sam Levi’s character Greg, a middle aged stock trader, finds this dog…

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Teatro Milagro breaks the binary

By Merari Calderon Ruiz / November 2, 2015

Bilingual theater company performs on campus by Merari Calderon Ruiz How many times have you had your voice shut down or not even heard at all? Just because a person may be of a different race or speak another language doesn’t mean we can’t relate. Teatro Milagro performed a play on Oct. 21 called “Searching for Aztlán.” The captivating…

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