You are listening to Razia Abrar (vocalist), Irfan Masih (tabla), Wajih Ull Hussnain Hamid (Sitar) participants in On Common Ground with Theatre Wallay.
Artists Rep – June 26 & 28 @ 7:30pm and ASHLAND: Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Greenshow – June 30, July 2 & 4 at 6:45pm Also, special music events with Mic Crenshaw
LaRhonda and Mark Steele, Subashini Ganesan, Tom Grant, Doug Detrick, Stephanie Schneiderman, Tony Furtado, and David Saffert.
Meet Chris Shuck, Head of School, and Sean Cain, Visual Art Department chair at NW Academy. We talk about artistic process and product through the lens of education; fascinating! Also, don't miss Sean Cain's exhibit at Russo Lee Gallery. And, opening the podcast is a song written and performed by Dani Kardon, just graduated from NW Academy!
Northwest Academy is an accredited co-ed college preparatory day school located in Portland’s downtown cultural district.
Jason Rouse who talks about his newest Wonderland, the all-new sketch comedy show starring some of Portland's best and brightest, Katie Behrens (Curious Comedy), Lori Ferraro (Wonderland, The 3rd Floor, Lone Wolves), Stacey Hallal (Curious Comedy Theater, Ruby Rocket, Joyride), Laura Sams (Curious Comedy Theater, Hood, Sweathogs) and Janet Scanlon (Shirts and Skins, Lone Wolves, Road House: The Play!, Portlandia). Tickets at http://wonderlandportland.com
Katherine Lewis Part 2 Young Women's Residency June 16 and 17th. THIS IS YOUR STORY TOO; residency performance. This evening is an unraveling of passion, confusion and hope; the experince of newfound womanhood. It is comprised of seven original pieces, each written by the central performer. Their stories reveal their humanity and the universal experince of being.
Up first, Susannah chats with Emilya Cachapero & Kevin Bitterman from Theatre Communications Group who will be talking about upcoming TCG Global pre conference, happening here in Portland on June 7th, prior to the TCG conference June 8-10.
Susannah sat down with Val Landrum, Stan Foote, Emma Stewart and Justin Mark to chat about OCT's Young Professionals Program, Don't miss the New Works Festival June 2nd & 3! Also check out Justin's latest role will be in Lauren Yee's In a Word presented by Lesser America at The Cherry Lane Theatre. A special shout out to Tag Team Audio who made our phone patch with Justin Mark possible!
Susannah chats with Tom Cramer during his installation of his latest showing at Roche Bobois Portland Showroom opening this First Thursday June 4th. Tom Cramer referenced all sorts of fascinating books and artists, poke around and see what you can find about: Peter Blake, Mark Rothko, John Burger, who wrote Ways of Seeing, Erwin Panofsky who wrote Tomb Scultpture, Cy Twombly, Douglas Sirk, Jeff Wall, Brian Eno and visit the Augen Gallery.
Susannah chats with Subashini Ganesan, founder of N.E.W., a unique artistic endeavor founded in 2012. Ganesan has created a vibrant space that fosters cross-cultural dialogue and exchange. Listen here for more info!
N.E.W. New Expressive Works December 2016 - May 2017 Residents Michael Galen, Dora Gaskill, Jessica Kelley, Stephanie W. Schaaf Friday May 26th, Saturday May 27th, and Sunday May 28th; 7:30pm at New Expressive Works, 810 SE Belmont, Ste 2.
Susannah chats with Briley Neugebauer of PDX Contemporary Ballet about their upcoming performance entitled Iterum Echoes: One Day. One Lifetime. En Eternity.
These are the explorations undertaken in premiers by three choreographers.
Concluding the prologue of their journey, PDX Contemporary Ballet easerly anticipates their next chapter.
terum Echoes runs June 2 -4 at New Expressive Works located at 810 SE Belmont St.
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