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Acting Classes

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Shaking The Tree Theatre
Oct. 26, Nov. 2, 9, 16, 2022

Twilight Theater Company
Dec. 3, 10 & 17, 2022

Stage – Home Free & I, Human

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Directed by Chris Harder for The Actors Conservatory 2022 One Act Festival at Portland Center Stage in the Ellyn Bye Studio Theatre.

Video – Time Capsule

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In the pandemic year of 2020, fourteen Americans isolated by self-quarantine desperately hold on to their bonds of love and friendship remotely — as their lives unravel, their future unknown. Their recorded stories are found in a time capsule years later.

Stage / Livestream – From These Streets I Rise

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“FROM THESE STREETS I RISE is just good theatre… thanks to Chris Harder’s direction and the skillful work of the streaming team, I almost felt like I was actually sitting at CoHo!” – Review

Stage – Cop Out – Beyond Black, White & Blue

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A brand new, direct address style performance piece that reflects the complicated personal and professional experiences and emotions of police officers in our country today. @ Hollywood Theater

ALS Association of Oregon and Washington

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Mission: To discover treatments and a cure for ALS, and to serve, advocate for, and empower people affected by ALS to live their lives to the fullest.

Podcast – Vinegar Tom

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Audio Drama – The Crucible meets Oooo Hooo Witchay Woman meets Handmaid’s Tale.

Stage – 2020 Graduation Showcase

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Directed by
Chris Harder & Shelly Lipkin
Scenes and monologues selected and filmed by the graduate students of The Actors Conservatory.

Stage – Wolf Play

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In a world where people struggle to have children, one American couple decides to ‘un-adopt’ their young Korean son because they have a newborn at home.

Stage – Caught

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 “Caught” is unlike any other play you’ll see this season. Not just because you never know what’s coming next.”

Stage – The Thanksgiving Play

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“Artists Repertory Theatre’s production is perfectly cast. Chris Harder brings off-kilter energy to Caden”

Outdoor Stage – Shrew!

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New adaptation of Taming of the Shrew by Amy Freed at Sun Valley Shakespeare Festival’s outdoor stage.

Stage – Marjorie Prime

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“Harder’s a master of stillness and understatement (think back to that quiet yet emotionally staggering performance in 2014’s Intimate Apparel), and he strikes a delicate balance here — semi-sweet, pleasantly plausible, never quite artificial, just a little flat in spots. He’s a sandy-haired anodyne, earnest and inviting, drawing us into this brave new world, where memory is a prime motivator.”

Staged Reading – Mnisose

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A new play in development by Mary Kathryn Nagle tells the story of one of America’s first feminists, Sacajawea, and draws a line from a completely original view of Lewis and Clark to the present …

Stage – 26 Miles

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Quiara Alegria Hudes play about finding love and connection on a spontaneous road trip with a brilliant teen and her estranged mother.
June 15 – 25, 2017

Stage – We Are Proud To Present…

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A multiracial cast of six idealistic actors sets out to improvise a story about the first colonial genocide of the 20th Century in Africa.

March 8 – April 10

Stage – The Yellow Wallpaper

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“Chris Harder’s John has a steam trunk chest full of 19th century confidence in his practicality and the grand roads that empiricism is paving.”  –   Oregon Arts Watch

Stage/Tour -The Centering

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“…beautifully performed… Harder exhibits masterful command of the script… A mesmerizing and moving, well-written and affecting play- a superb fringe performance.”

Fishing For My Father

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“Charlie Chaplin taught us years ago that Everyman can both act the clown and demonstrate enormous dignity, and Chris Harder’s fisherman shows us the same thing.”