11th Season:

Things You Shouldn’t Say Past Midnight; The Velocity of Gary (not his real name); Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love; I Love You You’re Perfect Now Change (WON Drammy Award – Best Production, WON Best Musical Direction – Bill Wells, WON Best Performance in a Musical-Actress Adair Chappell, WON Best Performance in a Musical-Actor – Dale Johannes and WON Best Performance by Supporting Actress – Stephanie Shininger) [produced at World Trade Center]; A Gay Christmas Carol;

2001-- Shirley Valentine; Songs for a New World [produced at World Trade Center]; Veronica’s Position; When Pigs Fly (WON Drammy Award for Best Costume Design – Jeff Hinshaw) [produced at the World Trade Center]; I Love You You’re Perfect Now Change (revival); I Love You-You’re Perfect-Now Change (tour - Seattle)

Family Value Matinees:  Just So Stories

Summer Pride 2001:  The Bad Boy Next Door; Butch Femme Chronicles; Naked Boys Singing!; The Dyke and the Porn Star; Stupid Kids


12th Season:

As Bees In Honey Drown; Bash (WON rammy Award for Best Actor – Nicholas Burlini-Price); Tru; Christmas with the Crawford’s (revival);

2002-- Driving Miss Daisy; Nunsense A-Men [produced at Theatre Rhinoceros]; For Reasons That Remain Unclear; Shakespeare’s R & J (WON Drammy Award for Best Director – Andreas Alcala, WON Best Actor in Supporting Role – Tony James and WON Best Light Design- Drew Flint); Forbidden Broadway 2001: A Spoof Odyssey (WON Drammy Award for Best Actress in a Musical – Jennifer Niderloh and WON Best Costumes – Margaret Heatherington-Chapman); What The Butler Saw; Pump Boys and the Dinettes [produced at the World Trade Center]; Juicy Tomatoes [produced at Theatre Rhinoceros]; The Portland Subway

Summer Pride: 2002:  Reel Life; Hedwig and the Angry Inch (WON Drammy Award for Outstanding Musical and WON Best Actor in a Musical – Wade McCullom and WON Best Band); The Dream State; Dangerous Stages


13th Season: (3 different locations: Theater! Theatre!/Belmont; World Trade Center; Theatre Rhinoceros NW)

Down South; Greater Tuna [Theatre Rhinoceros]; I Love You-You’re Perfect-Now Change (revival) [World Trade Center]; Angry Housewives [World Trade Center]; A Tuna Christmas; A Christmas Twist;

2003-- Shopping and Fucking; Run For Your Wife/Caught In the Net;  (co-produced: And Then I Did This and Then I Did That; Voices in the Wilderness;)

Summer Pride 2003:  Hedwig and the Angry Inch (revival); Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Weiden+Kennedy Building/Downtown Portland); Son of Light


14th Season:

The Women (WON Drammy Award for Best Costumes Margaret Chapman and Elizabeth Wright); Beautiful Thing; Judy’s Scary Little Christmas (WON Drammy Award for Best Actor – Tony James); 2004--Talking Heads (WON Drammy Award for Best Actress-Helena deCrespo); Circle; Edward II; The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife (WON Drammy for Best Supporting Actress – Karen Boetter-Tate)

Summer Pride 2004:  10 Naked Men; Debbie Does Dallas; (co-produced Iron)


15th Season:

The Heiress (WON Drammy Award for Best Actress – Laura Faye Smith); W! The Musical; Pageant; 2005-- Pageant (revival); Talking Heads II; Bad Dates; Sordid Lives;

Summer Pride 2005:  The Rocky Horror Show

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