You do not have to watch the latest vampire soap opera or CGI 3-D spectacular for lack of alternatives. We are very fortunate in Portland to have the NorthWest Film Center (NWFC), Cinema 21, the Hollywood Theater, Clinton Street Theater and a bunch of second- and third-run theaters showing films old, new and almost new. Plus, many of those last serve beer and pizza.
Rocksbox is hosting a series of performance art. Artists include Sean Patrick Carney, Alicia Love McDaid, Sarah Johnson, Michael Heinsch and Matthew Green. They will be all our guests for a performance panel on Art Focus Tuesday, the 15th of December.
Rocksbox is hosting a series of performance art, Artists include Sean Patrick Carney, Alicia Love McDaid, Sarah Johnson, Michael Heinsch and Matthew Green. They will be all our guests for a performance panel on Art Focus Tuesday, the 15th of December.
Dmae Roberts talks with Director Sarah Jane Hardy of Northwest Children's Theatre about the fantastical work of "Narnia" - a musical based on the much-loved children's books "The Chronicle of Narnia" by C.S. Lewis. The NWCT production runs through Jan 3, 2010.
Nearly half a century ago, the UPA animation studio was a haven for misfit geniuses struggling to create relevant cartoon films in the face of political and cultural repression. Gambling the future of the company on an hourlong television special featuring their most popular recurring character, they created a wildly successful holiday classic.
Words & Pictures welcomes animation director Darrell Van Citters, author of the new book Mister Magoo's Christmas Carol: The Making of the First Animated Christmas Special. Darrell will be joined by Jack Heiter who helped create the project nearly fifty years ago.
Tonight the Youth Collective will talk about Zombies... why are they so facinating? Are zombies going to stay fast? Is zombiehood really based on rabies? Are they coming for you? We'll do our best to explore the world of zombies without getting bit.
The KBOO Youth Collective will explore Urban Legends. We'll have audio from a search for Sasquatch, a profile on the Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus, and many more stories of the whys and hows of true or false, often scary, legends.
Host Dmae Roberts features Imago Theatre's annual holiday hit "Big Little Things" - a family hit that's sold out every year. She'll talk with two of the performers, Jonothon Lyons and Joseph Lymous, who have worked with Imago for several years. They share backstage stories of what it's like to work in physical theatre in fantastical costumes and we'll learn why hippos have trouble sleeping!