Dmae Roberts talks with Oregon Author Naseem Rakha about her debut novel "The Crying Tree" -- the story of a family whose son is murdered. The novel brings to light issues of justice and forgiveness as a mother begins a correspondence with the convicted murderer of her son. Naseem describes her experiences covering an execution and how that experience led her to work on this novel.
Here's the latest Stage and Studio show online with Actor Anthony Heald (Boston Public/Boston Legal) talking about his roles at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and the life of the actor. I really enjoyed meeting him. He was a very accessible, down to earth "call me Tony" kind of guy. Very nice man considering he's played some heavies like Iago and Vice Principal Gruber on BP. If you have a chance, give it a listen...
Dmae Roberts talks with Anthony Heald, star of Boston Public and Boston Legal and such films as "The Silence of the Lambs" is now a resident actor at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. He says that OSF in Ashland is the best experience he's ever had on the stage and wouldn't trade it for anything else.
this was quite sudden. this was an impromptu tribute to michael jackson, who transcended on this day... it is extremely difficult for me to say that. EXTREMELY difficult. people who listen to the show know how much i love michael, and how he has become somewhat as integral to the show as STEVIE WONDER. and i thank everyone for the calls, messages and flowers at this time.
I spoke with three dancers at the Portland Project at Performance Works Northwest, an umbrella organization for some of the most skillfull dancers in Portland. Linda Austin started this venue ten years ago. She's joined on today's Stage and Studio with Anne Furfey and Terry Mathern to talk about this weekend's collaborative dance show.
On Stage and Studio, Host Dmae Roberts talks with dancers Linda Austin, Anne Furfey and Terry Mathern about their upcoming weekend show The Portland Project at Performance Works Northwest. Learn more about Portland's dance scene and about how important small venues are for experimentations and evolving the dance artform.