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Traveling the Trail: Notes from the Dramaturg of The Oregon Trail

  In The Oregon Trail, playwright Bekah Brunstetter explores the topics of hardship, sadness and familial bonds from the perspective of both then and now. ‘Then Jane’ is a young woman on the actual Oregon Trail, circa 1848, while ‘Now Jane’ is a 25-year-old Oregonian, circa 2009, who played “The …

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A Letter From Director Rose Riordan – The Oregon Trail

I was introduced to this play two summers ago in a Kilroys reading and thought it was one of the funniest, freshest plays I’d come across in a long time. I especially loved that it was called The Oregon Trail, which is so familiar even if you don’t know anything about …

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Chris Murray

    More with Chris Murray Oct. 29-Nov. 20, “The Oregon Trail” playing at Portland Center Stage View playbill or calendar. Recent Podcast from our 16/17 Launch Party [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”3″ gal_title=”Chris Murray”]  

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