The Long Voyage: Finding Home in Anon(ymous)


By Emily Davis “Anon(ymous)”, written by playwright Naomi Iizuka and directed at Lewis & Clark’s Fir Acres Theatre by Francisco Garcia, reimagines Homer’s “Odyssey” within the context of the contemporary issue of immigration reform. Set around the story of a young refugee making his way home, encountering horrors and triumphs along the way, “Anon(ymous)” is

LC Production of “Much Ado About Nothing” is Nothing but a Delight


Lewis & Clark’s mainstage production of Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” is an enjoyable 1940’s twist on the classic romantic comedy, but with strong undercurrents of real societal problems. Set at the end of World War II, the return a triumphant battalion of American soldiers sets the plot in motion at Leonata’s (Hannah Prutton) house.