Vin Shambry, E.M. Lewis, & Nate Cohen

June 26, 2017

Susannah chats with Vin Shambry, E.M. Lewis & Nate Cohen about the upcoming U.S. Tour and Edinburgh Theatre Festival of The Gun Show.

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Razia Abrar, Irfan Masih & Wajih Ull Hussnain Hamid

June 26, 2017

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.
www.artistsrep.org https://www.osfashland.org/greenshow

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Jason Rouse

June 12, 2017

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

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Katherine Lewis Part 2

June 12, 2017

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.

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Emilya Cachapero & Kevin Bitterman

June 5, 2017

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. 

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Val Landrum, Stan Foote, Emma Stewart & Justin Mark

June 2, 2017

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!

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Subashini Ganesan

May 22, 2017

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! 

Coming up:
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. 

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Samantha Shay

May 10, 2017

Meet Samantha Shay and learn about Vasalisa, an original devised performance co-created by internationally recognised artist collective Source Material, co-created with Gerri Ravyn Stanfield. Vasalisa will be at Headwaters Theatre on Sunday May 14th @ 2pm and 7pm. Find tickets here http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2905955

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Dmae Roberts & Sarika Mehta

May 8, 2017

Susannah chats with Dmae Roberts and Sarika Mehta talk about Media Rites’ Theatre Diaspora 
Project’s Washer/Dryer by Nandita Shenoy.

There will be an enhanced reading of Washer/Dryer at Portland Center Stageon May 14th at 7:00 p.m. & May 20th at 2:00 p.m. in the Ellyn Bye Studio. 

Washer/Dryer is directed by company member Samson Syharath.

Cast includes Anthony Lam, Sarika Mehta, Elaine Low, Dmae Roberts and Mathew Sepeda

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Andrea Stolowitz

April 24, 2017

Meet Lacroute Playwright in Residence Andrea Stolowitz and learn about her newest play The Berlin Diary at Coho Productions in partnership with Hand2Mouth Theatre. The great-grandfather of Oregon Book Award-winning playwright Andrea Stolowitz kept a journal for his descendents after escaping to New York City in 1939 as a German Jew. Following the complicated lure of genealogy, Stolowitz goes back to Berlin to bring the story of her unknown ancestors out of the archives into the light. The record keeps as many secrets as it shares; how do people become verschollen, lost, like library books?

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