This week we have two podcast for you!
First up, Susannah chats with Nikki Weaver and Gretchen Corbett about Portland Playhouse's up coming production of Weaving Women Together, opening January 17.
Next up, Susannah chats with Dainichia Noreault, Kristy Bigelow, Elizabeth Jackson and Patrick Walsh about NWCTC's production of Anton Chekhov's Three Sisters, adapted and directed by Patrick Walsh. January 12 - 28.
Age discrimination with Skin by Lovley's, Amanda Squires and Jane Vogel from Age and Gender Equity in the Arts, have a conversation about the many facets of age discrimination and opening the door to conversations about bias and breaking the silence about the questions it raises.
This week Susannah chats with Kevin Cook, aka Poison Waters, about his role as Mother Ginger in Oregon Ballet Theatre's The Nutcracker.
If you haven't seen The Nutcracker, this is the time to do it! Click here for tickets and show times!
Imago's FROGZ returns for the holiday season!
Susannah chats with Imago co-founders, Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad about the company's return of the critically acclaimed production of FROGZ, which put Imago on the international map. The simplicity and the charm of the show catapulted the production to two Broadway runs at the acclaimed New Victory Theatre in 2000 and 2002.
BodyVox leaps into its 20th Anniversary Season with the world premiere Lexicon, November 30 – December 16.
BodyVox fuses dance and technology in an exploration of space, sound, light, and motion, exemplifying BodyVox’s legacy of pushing the bounds of our senses and perceptions. Lexicon re-examines and expands the idea of live performance as dancers interact with infrared sensors, live video graphic generation, and animation creating a stage experience like no other.
This week, Susannah sat down with Trust Manager of the Oregon Cultural Trust, Aili Schreiner, Executive Director of Milagro Theatre, José González and Executive Director of Write Around Portland, Liz Eslinger to chat about the Oregon Cultural Trust.
This week, Susannah sat down with Josh Hecht, Artistic Director of Profile Theatre. Monday night, Nov 13, is an excellent upcoming event, Josh and Susannah speak about it; A Community Profile’s staged reading event! Community Profile: Our City’s Veterans, Monday November 13th at 7:30pm on the Alder Stage Artists Repertory Theatre.
The 2017 Community Profile program culminates in a public performance of the veterans’ writing staged with professional actors. This event is in conjunction with our rotating repertory production of Water By The Spoonful and The Happiest Song Plays Last, the final two plays in a trilogy of work centered around Elliot Ortiz, a veteran of the Iraq war.
Please visit Profile Theatre's website for more info!