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ETC is very excited to announce we are accepting proposals for our future productions and programs.

Have a show you want to direct?  A workshop you'd love to learn from?

Tell us!


We are especially interested in proposals that align with our Roadshow and Immersive Theatre Experience programs (details below), but please do not be limited to fitting into one of those programs exclusively.  We are quite open to other ideas that will support our mission and values. 


The deadline for submission of proposals for our 2023-24 season has passed.  Proposals for projects beyond the 2023-24 season will also be welcomed at any time. 


We very much look forward to reviewing your proposal!



ETC Roadshows brings highly mobile, quality productions for touring to alternative venues throughout Central Oregon with the goal of delivering theatre to multiple communities.  Shows which are ideal for these productions have a small cast (5 or less) with minimal set, prop, light, and sound requirements. Production staging should be easily adaptable to accommodate multiple venues that range in size, seating capacity, and technical abilities. Total performance range is 8-10 which includes matinees, evenings, and two-show days. Performances occur over the course of a month on a Friday thru Sunday schedule.  Since the Roadshow Program is a touring format, we have found that not every community has a viable theatre building. Given this, we embrace non-traditional venues. We have had success with libraries, yoga studios, art galleries, music halls, and event spaces. Information regarding past performance spaces can be provided.


We are committed to our mission of bringing theatre to the community as opposed to expecting the community to come to us. The Roadshow Program has toured through Bend, Prineville, Redmond, Sisters, and Sunriver. We look forward to continuing our reach to these communities and hope to expand beyond them, especially to the communities of La Pine, Madras, and Warm Springs.



ETC Immersive Productions seek to provide the audience and creative team an experience which goes beyond the show itself to cultivate understanding, connection, and conversation within the community.  The ideal production is one that focuses on a relevant issue(s) or theme which can yield itself to additional programing and collaboration with local organizations, community groups, and individuals. Past successful programs in conjunction with an Immersive Production have been Panel Discussions, talk-back series with cast and creative team, visual art gallery, donation drives, and more. It is key that all programing aligns with the theme/story/issue the play presents.

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