Come celebrate Pride NW in June in a big way at The Sanctuary @ Sandy Plaza. Avenue Q makes it’s return! June 14th Official Pride Kick Off Night!
“This is a fun play set in what I believe to be a time in America when we were much more Innocent, the mid 1950′s. Our hope in putting this on is to allow our audience to escape from all the violence that is going on today I.E. Bombings, Shootings etc… if only for a few hours.”
A raucous comedy featuring the amnesiac Claire, her high strung husband Richard, and a mysterious savior with a limp, a lisp, and “plans.” Add in Claire’s take charge mother, her rebellious son, a foul mouthed puppet and a nervous cop and it’s no wonder Claire is confused.
I am jumping up and down excited. That sounds like some lame play on the title of the musical, A Year With Frog & Toad by The Oregon Children’s Theatre, but I promise it’s completely true.
Marine Captain Elaine Edwards has just returned from her latest tour in Afghanistan but this time things are different – home doesn’t feel right and nothing makes sense. After a blow-up fight with her husband propels her to skip town, she undertakes an Odyssean journey through the American landscape battling her demons, trying to find her way home.
We have our film and television power couplings still that plaster across the pages of tabloids — your Bradgelinas, Beyoncé and Jay-Z, Ellen and Portia, even the Obamas carry that certain star power that would seem indomitable. However, in this age of the ravenous maw of TMZ, the 24/7 cable news cycle, reality television, twitter [...]
For the first time I’ve seen, the adults far out-numbered the children! The performance was held in the Dolores Winningstad Theater at the Portland Center for Performing Arts and it was filled 3 balconies-high!