Portland’s homegrown Ticket Tomato makes grabbing tickets to your favorite local venue or event a breeze…and way easier on the wallet too!

For the month of July, check out this outdoor movie series located at the OMSI Bridge Lot. The … Continue Reading

Founded in 1982, PassinArt is the longest-producing African American theatre in Oregon providing an artistic platform for African American artists and artists of color to showcase their work.

2022 marks 40 years of this non-profit 501(c)3 producing mainstage productions, theatrical … Continue Reading

Join nationally renowned podcast Horror Movie Talk as they introduce classic horror movies, new and old, at KIGGINS’ CULT OF HORROR on the fourth Friday of each month (March-June) taking place at the Kiggins Theatre on Main Street in Vancouver.… Continue Reading

Here are the favorite new releases our music and air teams have been enjoying.

From Inessa Anderson, Music Director

I’ll Be Your Mirror: A Tribute to the Velvet Underground & Nico – Various Artists

“Verve Records has announced I’ll Be … Continue Reading

“Our Voice, Our Story, Our Way” is the theme of a new festival in Portland, reflecting the current wave of cultural change in theater and film, the Pacific Northwest Multicultural Readers Series and Film Festival (PNMC).

According to its website, … Continue Reading

A true film geek (his words, not ours), musician’s musician and all around cool dude, Collin Hegna took some time to chat with Subculture host Veronica Bisesti about new Federale music and his work with The Lot at Zidell YardsContinue Reading

Filmmaker, Portlander, and founder of Big Kid Films, Leslie Bloom stopped by Subculture to chat with host Veronica Bisesti about her incredible independent film “Woodstock or Bust”. We talked music, heard how soon-to-be megastars Meg Delacy and Willow … Continue Reading

Raoul Peck’s explosive documentary,  I Am Not Your Negro, is based on James Baldwin’s words and writings that still resonate. His niece, Aisha Karefa-Smart, joins in for a conversation.

The Optimism of James Baldwin

 

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Every Brilliant Thing takes over The Ellyn Bye Studio for a compelling in-the-round theatre experience that doesn’t come around very often. It’s uniquely told story.  It’s unique in its use of audience engaged and woven into the very fabric and … Continue Reading

Last season’s sold-out hit The Pianist of Willesden Lane is back for a limited premier engagement! This show closes June 30th! A must- see! Revisit our interview with Mona Golabek for the thrilling artistry at the piano and the backstory … Continue Reading

Eric Earley and Marty Marquis from Blitzen Trapper joined PRP host Heather Hanson on The Bus Stop this past Wednesday to share some new music and talk about their rock musical, “Wild & Reckless” happening at Portland Center Stage at Continue Reading

The stirring one-woman musical, His Eye is on the Sparrow has been extended for an additional week. A powerful opportunity to get inside the words of pioneering artist, Ethel Waters.

 

HIS EYE IS ON THE SPARROW

 

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The timing couldn’t be better for Astoria: Part One. A story of a journey in the 19th century to create the first permanent West Coast settlement. A timely and relevant piece of history,  here in the 21st century. Enjoy … Continue Reading

Performing arts and culture of many kinds are widely believed to enrich our lives, spark community vitality and even improve student test scores. They’re also the first to be dismissed as unnecessary frills in budgetary hard times.

With our … Continue Reading

It’s been said Irving Berlin IS American music. Hershey Felder’s masterful performance captures the character and the music of “America’s Composer” and also the spirit of the American Dream. As we sat on the Main Stage recently, ahead of a … Continue Reading

Have you ever played the game “The Oregon Trail”? Came out in 1995 on a CD-ROM!!! Now in its 5th edition, “The Oregon Trail” has allowed us to be a carpenter, a farmer, a banker, a housewife (yes they had … Continue Reading

Hold These Truths, a timely and thought-provoking tale of political expediency, racism and resilience, is captivating audiences in the Ellyn Bye Studio of Portland Center Stage at the Armory.

The play, written by Jeanne Sakata, was inspired Continue Reading

On the stage now, through October 16, it’s Little Shop of Horrors, the story of Seymourplayed by Nick Cearley, who works on his chances for success and romance with the help of an out-of-this-world plant . On the … Continue Reading

A Streetcar Named Desire, Tennessee Williams’ Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece, is closing out a brilliant 2015-2016 Season at Portland Center Stage. And as we’ve come to expect, with it comes a high level of artistic, creative, and daring twists and … Continue Reading

Yes. Spellcheck tried to correct  “gusbandry” to “husbandry”, but that and so many other words that tumble out of the quick-witted writer/director of the new web series is just an example of Alicia J. Rose’s neologistic mind at work. She … Continue Reading