about an hour ago via facebook
We're honored that eric coble, playwright will be representing CPH this October for "Every 28 Hours" - A bold and necessary collaboration co-produced by Oregon Shakespeare Festival and The One-Minute Play Festival.
Eric will write one of the 60+ one-minute plays exploring the current moment in Civil Rights. It's a project aimed at discussing race, injustice, and civic responsibility in today's America - issues that he used comedy to tackle in last season's "Farifield."
about an hour ago via twitter
Did you know actor Jack Weston got his start at CPH? See his story in this week's Centennial Moment. http://t.co/Hf1d75rovF
about an hour ago via instagram
Snap out of it! Of course you want to see "Ken Ludwig's A Comedy of Tenors" and save money! Just click under "have a promo code" on the left and use 100S. This show MUST end this week! #cphtenors http://goo.gl/FHf2xv @bcontethor @kemmartin