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Our mission at WilsonvilleSTAGE is to bring performing arts in our community to life. We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) community theater group dedicated to promoting the arts in Wilsonville.



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By Moises Kaufman + Tectonic Theater    Directed By Terry D Kester

WilsonvilleSTAGE presents THE LARAMIE PROJECT,  Feb. 16- March 4.   A play about the 1998 brutal “hate murder” of Mathew Shepard in Laramie-WY.  Author-Artistic Director, Moises Kaufman, + members of NYC Tectonic Theater, went to Laramie to interview 200 citizens, thus creating this poignant, powerful play. A play that reveals the consequences when we stoop to hate one another.  Hate, such as in our state, as we led America with the highest per capita hate incidents in the 10 days after the election -- in America over 3,900 incidents.

AND this play begins our new relationship with The Wilsonville Campus-Clackamas Community College who will be hosting WilsonvilleSTAGE!

Reviews of The Laramie Project:

THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE.  A bracing wholly or original and deeply affecting piece of theater. It radiates integrity, an aching collective need to understand in comprehensible events.  It portrays an American town with grace, truth, theatrical economy, compassion, wit, despair and love.  It proves that theater can serve as witness to our deeds.  It's we who must answer one by one, for what we all create and what we destroy.

NEW YORK MAGAZINE.  The Laramie Project is a terrific piece of theater, history, and life ... There emerges a mosaic as moving and important as any you will see on the walls of the churches of the world...  You should not miss a theatrical and human event that deserves standing up for, with applause, or better yet, silently, taking an important lesson profoundly to heart.