This week Susannah chats with Joe Kye about the upcoming Release Party for his new album MIGRANTS on October 27th at The Alberta Abbey. Special guests include BRAVO Youth Orchestra, Chin Chin Wong and ARCO-PDX.
This week Susannah chats with Danna Schaeffer about her one-woman-show, You in Midair, drawing from her experiences following the 1989 murder of her daughter, Rebecca Schaeffer.
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 Oregon Ballet Theatre's Resident Choreographer Nicolo Fonte about OBT's World Premiere of George Gershwin’s brilliant Rhapsody in Blue with live music by Pink Martini featuring China Forbes and Hunter Noack.
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!
Susannah Mars chats with Misty Tompoles about the exciting launch of the new Artslandia Box!
Also on this episode, meet Angela Niederloh and Matthew Hayward of the award winning studio, VOXnorthwest.
Susannah Mars chats with Misty Tompoles, the tenacious Portland-based businesswoman, founder, and publisher of Artslandia Magazine
, your one-stop-shop for Portland performance arts news and information.
Touching on such topics as empowerment and inspiration, Misty recounts those figures who first directed her, whether knowingly or not, into the world of publishing and professional enterprise, showing some love along the way to a few prolific Portlanders and elaborating on her own entrepreneurial path to prominence amongst the Rose City’s creative community.
Tune in to hear about Misty’s newest passion project, the Artslandia Box
, and some of the other services Artslandia Magazine offers to our cherished audiences.
“Creatives,” Misty contends, “make this city great;” and so do you!
Susannah sat down with Cassie Wilson, a student at Mt. Hood Community College and winner of the sub city grant award from Hopeless Records, a non profit that reaches out and partners with charities to make a difference through music.
Susannah chatted with Broadway Rose Theatre Company co-founer Sharon Maroney anout playing the lead role in Gypsy, now playing at thye Deb Fennel Auitorium through August 20th.
Susannah sat down with Nick Bruno of NW Film Center to chat about the 2017 Top Down; Rooftop Cinema Festival, every Thursday through the month of August!