CRT’s Sundays at Three series begins March 16

Clackamas Repertory Theatre’s staged play-reading series will open at 3 p.m. March 16 with “Falling,” written by Deana Jent and directed by Jayne Stevens.

“Falling” explores what it is like to live each day with a family touched by the challenges of autism. Their carefully calibrated routines are disrupted when a relative comes to visit and each family member struggles to live in this increasingly disturbing, occasionally violent situation. Jent, who has an autistic child, challenges the audience to experience the difficulties of loving and raising a child whose behavior and increasing aggression is proving to be a danger to those around him.

“One Slight Hitch” by Lewis Black will be presented April 13, and “Don’t Go Gentle” will be presented May 4.

Tickets are $10 each or all three staged readings for $25. The tickets are available online at or at the door. CRT’s productions take place in the Niemeyer Center on the Clackamas Community College campus in Oregon City.

TRAG art on display in Oregon City businesses

Three Rivers Artist Guild members are exhibiting art in several Oregon City locations through March 24. Locations include Citizens Bank, 19245 Molalla Ave.; Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine, 700 Molalla Ave.; Oregon City Community Development Department, 221 Molalla Ave., suite 200; and Living Room Bistro, 20068 Highway 213.

Musical Haggadah to be presented

Oregon Area Jewish Committee will present “Crossing Over: A Musical Haggadah” at 7:30 p.m. April 5 and 2 p.m. April 6 at Lincoln Hall at Portland State University, 1620 SW Park Ave., Portland. Michael Allen Harrison wrote the music and collaborated with Rabbi Alan Berg on the lyrics and book. Berg is the spiritual leader of Beit Haverim in Lake Oswego.

Tickets are $36 general admission, $15 for students and youths. Purchase by calling 503-255-0747.

Zoe Burke to speak at Third Tuesday event

Author Zoe Burke will be the guest speaker at the Third Tuesday Author program 7 p.m. March 18 at the Lake Oswego Public Library. She is the author of three children’s books and a mystery for adults, “Jump the Gun: An Annabelle Starkey Mystery.” Burke is vice president and a publisher of Pomegranate Communications, an art book publishing company.

The event is presented with the support of the Friends of the Lake Oswego Public Library.

The library is located at 706 Fourth St.

‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ will be presented

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s legendary rock opera “Jesus Christ Superstar” will be presented at 7 p.m. April 18 and at 2 p.m. April 19 at New Thought Center for Spiritual Living, 1040 C Ave., in Lake Oswego. Tickets are $30 for reserved seats or $20 each for general admission. Tickets are available online at

First performed on Broadway in 1971, the music team of NTCSL will bring the story of Holy Week to life in a concert format with a live band and text projections. Musicians include Brian Harris, LaRhonda Steele, Lauri Jones, Laura Berman, Terra Bundance, Samuel Stoddard, Brad Dorsey, the NTCSL choir and the NTCLS house band, Messengers and others.

NTCSL performed the musical to sold-out crowds four years during Holy Week. Those wishing to see the production are encouraged to buy tickets early.

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