Stage and Studio production Intern Tali Singer produced this collage about four youth ages 13-15 from the NW Children's Theatre School talking about what it means for them to be in character. Host Dmae Roberts introduces the piece.
Dmae Roberts talks with award-winning visual artist and scenic designer, Tim Stapleton, about his new show,"Leaning on the Everlasting Arms." He is joined by director Eugenia Woods and we hear about his experiences returning to Appalachia after 30 years and how he came to create this play as well as the photographic exhibit.
Yes, this will be my last show with Bread & Roses and I wouldn't have come this far in producing shows like this had it not been for the wonderful opportunities to create radio with the help of this collective. I'll still be on KBOO every other Saturday night from 7pm - 10pm hosting an Evening of Afrotainment and will continue to produce public affairs pieces for either podcasting or airing on other programs. Send me an email and let me know if you'd like to be added to the email list for future announcements on my shows.
Greetings Cascadia! My name is Steve, and this is the KBOO Community Calendar for Wednesday, June 10th, 2009.
The Portland 9/11 Truth Alliance presents The Frankfurt School & Cultural Marxism, a lecture by Valdas Anelauskas, a former anti-Soviet dissident and political exile, and author of the best-selling book Discovering America As It Is. The Lecture is tonight, Wednesday, at Laughing Horse Books, 12 NE 10th Avenue in Portland. at 7:00 PM.
Ned and Mary Boyne move into an old manor house in Dorset, deep in the English countryside. Its need of major renovation and its isolation are exactly what the young couple had dreamed of finding once that had 'made it'. And the story that there is even a ghost, makes the place even more appealing. But strangely, all they can learn about this haunting is that you won't know you have seen the ghost until 'afterward'. And this leaves them totally unprepared for what does happen.
Dmae Roberts talks with award-winning visual artist and scenic designer Tim Stapleton and his show about Appalachia "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms." And in the latter half, Production Intern Tali Singer presents a collage with four theatre students at the Northwest Children's Theatre.
The 9th annual Village Building Convergence starts in Portland on June 5. Coming together under the them "Powered by the People," Portlanders will work on projects ranging from water catchment systems and intersection painting to native plant gardening and cob benches. But with record job and home loss rocking the metropolitan area, is the convergence still relevant? Even in good times, how much community voice does the convergence really create?