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Hope, Dreams and Passion

The Geezer Gallery Presents
Hopes, Dreams & Passion

In conjunction with Artists Repertory Theatre’s
The Miracle Worker

Artists Reception: December 16th 6:30 – 7:30

Geezer Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Sunday Noon -6pm
Artists Repertory Theatre
1515 SW Morrison

Hope, Dreams & Passions

Embrace Your Passions, Dream a New Dream, Never Stop Believing, Hope. Never give up, you can do anything you want as long as you stick to it. This wonderful gallery of art expresses just that, hopes, dreams and the passion to never give up believing for what a heart desires, it’s like a dream come true.

It is with sincere appreciation from our sponsor Vital Life Foundation with support from Artists Repertory Theater that the Geezer Gallery is privileged to bring to you to enjoy and be inspired by, the art of Samuel Doney and Bill Stevens.

This program is supported by Vital Life Foundation

Wish of a Lifetime mission:
Wishes connect seniors to people, purpose, and passions to eliminate feelings of isolation and help them live vibrant, purposeful lives. A true Wish of a Lifetime achieved makes other goals seem possible, and encourages our Wish recipients to keep dreaming and pursuing their passions.

Bill Stevens

 Samuel Doney

Oregon Inspirations

by Jean Thomas
Acrylic & Oil
Artists Repertory Theatre’s Producer’s Lounge

Jean’s style is impressionistic with strong design, vigorous brush work and luminous color. The work celebrates the desert spaces, coastlines and mountains she regularly visits. She shows her work in galleries in several western states. Besides successful one-woman shows, she had had her art published and has won numerous prestigious awards in juried shows. She is represented in private and corporate collections in the United States, Canada, and England.

Jean W. Thomas, Oregon Inspirations Jean W. Thomas, Oregon Inspirations


Directed by Dámaso Rodriguez
December 8 – January 3

Alder Stage One of the most triumphant stories of the human spirit ever told, the soul-stirring The Miracle Worker evokes hope and inspiration for the entire family. With dignity, perseverance and respect in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges, a child, a teacher and a family learn to communicate. A play based on the lives of Helen Keller, who became DeafBlind as an infant, and her teacher, Anne Sullivan, who enabled her to become one of the most influential women of the 20th Century.

  • 1960 Tony Winner for Best Play
  • 1962 Academy Award-winning classic film
  • Uplifting Family Classic

Click here for performance schedule and to purchase tickets.