Welcome to Sanctuary Stage, an outreach program of the Linn-Benton Community College Performing Arts Department. 

Our projects focus on creating original plays through Divised, Applied and Communtity Engaged Playmaking platforms.  We strive to promote diversity, social justice and awareness.  Our projects often focus on, but not limited to, the stories of micro-communities found within the greater Willamette Valley.

Current Projects:


Student Ensemble:


The 2015/16 LBCC Student Ensemble is currently in the interview process in the creation of a short play addressing the issues concerning college age students suffering from depression/anxiety. More information will be posted as this project develops.

I Got Guns

 Sanctuary Stage has been invited to participate in the San Diego International Fringe Festival with our project, I Got GunsIn this Commedia dell' Arte production we are using the demons of the past to tell the stories of today.

  This irreverent comedy is a satirical commentary on politics and guns in the United States.

We will be performing in the Lyceum Theatre located in downtown San Diego June 23 - July 3rd.

Sanctuary Stage is receives awards in February!

The City of Albany's Human Relations Commission recognized Sanctuary Stage for its efforts to gather and bring the untold stories and issues facing the local population.

At LBCC's 7th Annual Unity Celebration Awards Ceremony, Sanctuary Stage was honored for promoting diversity and social justice.