Theatre

Corrib & Vertigo

Apr 06, 2019 Comments Off on Corrib & Vertigo by

Dmae features two all-female theatre productions opening on the same weekend. We talk with actress Sara Hennessy in How to Keep an Alien at Corrib Theatre and director Jocelyn Seid of A Dark Sky Full of Stars at Theatre Vertigo.  Plus we’ll offer tickets to both productions for KBOO’s membership drive. (Aired 11am 4/9/19 on […]

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Crossing Mnisose & The No Play

Mar 31, 2019 Comments Off on Crossing Mnisose & The No Play by

Dmae features playwright, activist, and attorney Mary Kathryn Nagle (Cherokee Nation) and her world premiere play Portland Center Stage’s Crossing Mnisose opening April 13th which weaves the story of  Sacajawea (also known by the Hidatsa pronunciation of “Sacagawea”) juxtaposed with the contemporary fight to protect the Mnisose (what Europeans named the Missouri River) from the […]

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Scott Palmer and The Island

Feb 23, 2019 Comments Off on Scott Palmer and The Island by

Dmae talks with Scott Palmer, founding artistic director of Bag & Baggage Productions whose last day will be March 1st. He talks about the upcoming world premiere of The Island In Winter or La Isla en Invierno –the first of the Problem Play Project. Scott reminisces about his 15 year tenure at the theatre company […]

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Hazardous Beauty

Jan 26, 2019 Comments Off on Hazardous Beauty

Dmae features Hazardous Beauty at Passin Art Theatre (running till Feb. 17th at the IFCC). She talks with playwright Bonnie Ratner and director Josie Seid about the play, the production and the intersections of race, class, aging, work, art and love.  (Aired 11am 1/29/19 on KBOO 90.7 FM or always on stagenstudio.com and always on  iTunes) Hazardous Beauty Written by Bonnie Ratner Directed […]

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Fuse Theatre 10th Anniversary

Jan 19, 2019 Comments Off on Fuse Theatre 10th Anniversary

Dmae highlights Fuse Theatre Ensemble‘s 10th Anniversary original celebration works which are also part of the Fertile Ground Festival. She features Jane Comer and her piece I am an Actress and Rusty Newton Tennant, creator and director of unde+ec+able. Also featured are Sara Fay Goldman’s original acrobatic work Tether: ADHD+BDSM and  Kate Mura’s new solo work, The Tarot Show. All […]

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Here On This Bridge: The –Ism Project

Jan 15, 2019 Comments Off on Here On This Bridge: The –Ism Project

Host Joseph Gallivan interviews Samson Syharath, writer, actor and associate producer of MediaRites‘ Theatre Diaspora production of Here on this Bridge: The—Ism Project, featured in the 10th anniversary of Fertile Ground, Portland’s largest city-wide Festival of New Works. MediaRites’ Theatre Diaspora presents…. Here on this Bridge: The—Ism Project Original New Work by Josie Seid, Samson Syharath, […]

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Honoring Chinatown

Dec 01, 2018 Comments Off on Honoring Chinatown

Dmae features two nationally recognized theatre artists, director Desdemona Chiang and scenic designer Carey Wong. Both are currently collaborating together on KING OF THE YEES by Lauren Yee at the Portland Chinatown Museum. The play tells Yee’s family story in San Francisco’s Chinatown. But the themes are relevant to Portland’s own Chinatown history which the […]

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Red Door Project’s Cop Out

Nov 24, 2018 Comments Off on Red Door Project’s Cop Out

Dmae presents an in-depth conversation with Kevin Jones, artistic director of The August Wilson Red Door Project about the world premiere of Cop Out: Beyond Black, White & Blue. After their successful tour of Hands Up about racial profiling of African Americans by police that was performed before 12,000 people, Jones decided to create a follow up show from the […]

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