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Chinatown Museum

Jun 01, 2018 Comments Off on Chinatown Museum by

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Dmae features the new Portland Chinatown Museum which has a soft open on First Thursday, June 7th 4-8pm with photographer Dean Wong’s exhibit of Chinatown photographs. We’ll hear from executive director Jackie Petersen-Loomis and artist Roberta Wong about the history of gentrification and displacement that has been going on in Portland’s Chinatown and the efforts […]

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Vanport + Left Hook

May 19, 2018 Comments Off on Vanport + Left Hook by

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James Dixon talks with Laura Lo Forti and Damaris Webb, curators and artistic directors for the 2018 Vanport Mosaic Festival. This festival commemorates the 70th Anniversary of the Vanport Flood and the 50th anniversary of the Fair Housing Act through screenings, live performances, tours, exhibits, and community engagement initiatives. We’ll hear about their multi-disciplinary programming for the […]

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Cabaret and OUTwright Festival

May 11, 2018 Comments Off on Cabaret and OUTwright Festival by

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Susannah Mars of the  Adventures in Artslandia podcast talks with director Rusty Tennant about his LGBTQI and diverse production of the acclaimed musical CABARET presented by Fuse Theatre Ensemble at the Funhouse Lounge May 17-June 2. Hear how this musical resonates with even greater weight since the 2016 presidential election as well as about the […]

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Horatio Law

Apr 27, 2018 Comments Off on Horatio Law

Join Dmae for the final KBOO spring membership drive show featuring two extreme AAPI projects. First up we feature Horatio Law and the unveiling of his multimedia art project “A Tale of Two Ghettos” that will perform at two locations on May 16th at 6pm at the same time: Old Town Chinatown and Jade District […]

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Watsonville at Milagro

Apr 20, 2018 Comments Off on Watsonville at Milagro

Dmae features a Milagro Theatre‘s last play of the season, Watsonville: Some Place Not Here By Cherríe Moraga about women in a 1985 – 1987 Cannery strike in California. We’ll hear from director Elizabeth Huffman and actor Bunnie Rivera. We’ll also be giving away tickets to the Milagro show during the KBOO membership drive as […]

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Rajneeshpuram: What Price Paradise?

Apr 07, 2018 Comments Off on Rajneeshpuram: What Price Paradise?

Dmae presents Rajneeshpuram: What Price Paradise? her very first full-length radio documentary produced in 1986 that she thought she had lost forever. Thanks to KBOO‘s archive project and archivist Selena Chau, it has been found! Hear the broadcast of this historic documentary complete with original archival recordings of the Baghwan Shree Rajneesh, Ma Anand Sheela and […]

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3 Indigenous playwrights

Apr 01, 2018 Comments Off on 3 Indigenous playwrights

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Dmae features three Indigenous, female playwrights whose plays are being produced by the three top theatre companies in Oregon this spring. We’ll hear about Manahatta by Mary Kathryn Nagle (Cherokee) at Oregon Shakespeare Festival Mar. 28 – Oct. 27. And we’ll feature in-studio guests DeLanna Studi (Cherokee) who will talk about her play And So We Walked at […]

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PAC + Gambatte

Mar 24, 2018 Comments Off on PAC + Gambatte

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Dmae features two productions created by women. First up we talk with Beth Harper, artistic director who founded of Portland Actors Conservatory more than 25 years ago. Today PAC is producing not only multicultural works but also young actors, many of color, who go on to contribute to Portland’s theatre community. We’ll learn more about […]

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