Susannah chats with Author, Peter Stark, about his book ASTORIA: John Jacob Astor and Thomas Jefferson's Lost Pacific Empire, A Story of Wealth, Ambition, and Survival, adapted and directed for the stage by Portland Center Stage at The Armory Artictic Director, Chris Coleman.
Astoria Part Two opens Friday January 26 - Februaray 18.
Visit pcs.org for tickets and showtimes
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.
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!
This week Susannah chats with Theatre Vertigo members Clara Hillier, McKenna Twedt, and Jaquelle Davis about Carnivale Gala Funds-Temberand the $5,000 matching offer from Ronni Lacroute!
This week Susannah Mars chats with Rick Lewis, resident music director at Portland Center Stage about Portland Center Stage at The Armory's season opener, Fun Home - September 16 - October 22, 2017 on the U.S. Bank Main Stage. Fune Home is a winner of five Tony Awards, including Best Musical of 2015!