James R. Dixon
I am a Portland-based director, actor and arts administrator.
I am also an intersectional equity facilitator, an active member of Fuse Theatre Ensemble, and the Accountability Collective.
Here you will find information about my latest projects and upcoming events.
Please check out my resume or website below for my directorial projects.
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I literally have the best, most fulfilling jobs in the world! Thank you for sharing these experiences with me either one stage or in the audience. Stay up to date on all the latest news about the productions and events I’m involved with by having a look at the content below.
Gender-Fication is a documentary about Black, Indigenous, Queer and Trans communities living in the Pacific Northwest and the struggles they face on a daily basis.
The LGBTQ2IA+ community has always been seeking true liberation yet battling for a further understanding of their many differences.
As an underrepresented community, it’s time that their voices are heard.
There are many identities within the queer community and our friends were kind enough to share their experiences with us.
This is an intimate walk along the path of their journeys.
Brad Gill of 360 Labs
sound design by
assistant creative director by
featuring in order of appearance
special thanks to
CC Slaughters Nightclub
Inspired by recent (and not so recent) events, Matter follows the quest of one young Black man looking to find answers to police brutality and gun violence. Determined to save Black lives, he seeks to sort out the noise of opposing viewpoints and social division with a methodical examination of facts. As his theatrical investigation uncovers patterns of senseless violence and clues lead him to the likelihood of his own death, the reality and tragedy of lives lost begins to truly hit home.
M A T T E R
conceived, written and performed by
movement direction by
lighting design by