Clackamas Community College and CRT
The partnership between the Clackamas Repertory Theatre and Clackamas Community College is an important link between the academic and professional theatre communities. This has been a wonderful opportunity for college students to hone their skills in professional productions while working along skilled professionals in the field. You'll find former students from the core company group helping plan each season, performing in the annual fundraisers and working onstage, backstage, and at the front of the house for each show.
And this excitement has carried over into the communities we entertain. As a cultural hub for the community, the Niemeyer Center on the Clackamas Community College campus is transformed with every production as actors, students and company members invite friends and family to share in the cultural experience this partnership creates.
Former CCC Student
Annie finished her studies at CCC in 2005 and went on to earn her B.A. in theatre from Willamette University. Since 2007 she has performed in three shows, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Taking Steps, and Crimes of the Heart; stage managed The Complete Works of William Shakespeare: Abridged; house managed, managed the box office, designed the costumes for The Ladies Man, helped build costumes for numerous shows, directed two plays for the play-reading series, co-designed the sound and projections for The Tempest and directed the 2011 season opener For Better. Read more about Annie's story here.