Push Leg & ‘Nighthawks’ + ‘Far Away’

Aug 16, 2012 Comments Off on Push Leg & ‘Nighthawks’ + ‘Far Away’ by

Dmae Robertsfor PUSH LEG presents Nighthawks, inspired by the works of Edward Hopper. Founders of PUSH LEG, Camille Cettina and Anne Sorce talk about their physical theatre based company and how they were inspired by this single painting for their original production.  Plus we talk with Samantha Van de Merwe, artistic director of Shaking The Tree Theatre […]

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Lyrical Strings Duo

Aug 08, 2012 Comments Off on Lyrical Strings Duo by

Dmae Roberts features Classical Revolution PDX and their Lyrical Strings Duo CD Release. We’ll talk with Lucia Conrad and Stephen Osserman about their new CD and get a live concert. (Re-airs Sat 8/18 11am on KZME 107.1 FM) Portland-based Lyrical Strings Duo (Lucia Conrad on violin and Stephen Osserman on classical guitar) perform works from their debut […]

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Alan Greenberg & Werner Herzog

Jul 19, 2012 Comments Off on Alan Greenberg & Werner Herzog by

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Screenwriter and director Alan Greenberg is featured. He’s written a new memoir titled Every Night the Trees Disappear: Werner Herzog and the Making of ‘Heart of Glass‘ about his collaboration with Wernor Herzog. Heart of Glass,Herzog’s 1976 film has been described as one of the strangest narrative films in history in which Herzog hypnotized all the actors. […]

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Legends of Goose Hollow

Jul 12, 2012 Comments Off on Legends of Goose Hollow

Hear about the history of one of Portland’s oldest neighborhoods, Goose Hollow, just outside of downtown. Dmae talks with author Tracy J. Prince, Ph.D who has researched Goose Hollow’s history in a new book filled with vintage photos. From forest to farmland to stadiums and schools, the story of Goose Hollow’s development is a dramatic evolution. Learn the […]

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Season of Lear

Jul 06, 2012 Comments Off on Season of Lear

More summer Shakespeare coverage with Portland Shakespeare Project’s Season of Lear shows. Dmae talks with artistic director Michael Mendelson and playwright C.S. Whitcomb about their collaboration of a new Lear adaptation to run in repertory with Shakespeare’s King Lear. (Re-broadcast 11am Sat 7/14 on KZME 107.1 FM)  This second season of Portland Shakespeare Project features the […]

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Sonic Tour of England

Jun 30, 2012 Comments Off on Sonic Tour of England

Hear sounds, music and stories from Cornwall with the Fisherman’s Friends singing group in the village of Port Isaac as well as a soundscape of the maritime town of Greenwich and an historic social engagement place in Hyde Park in London, England. An international edition of Stage & Studio! Music by Roscarrock and Fisherman’s Friends. __________________________________________________________________ First up, […]

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Shakespeare Summer

Jun 15, 2012 Comments Off on Shakespeare Summer

Special one-hour on Shakespeare this summer. More companies are performing the Bard and Dmae talks with three groups: Northwest Classical Theatre Company, Post 5 Theatre at Milepost 5 & the historic Portland Actors Ensemble’s Shakespeare in the Park. Plus a feature on the Cornish group Fisherman’s Friends. We’ll also hear why author Ursula K. Le […]

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A Night At The E.R.

Jun 21, 2012 Comments Off on A Night At The E.R.

© Dmae Roberts I’ve been to the emergency room only a few time for myself or family members. Usually we had fast response and care. But nationally E.R. wait times have increased since the recent economic downturn. A 2010 Press Ganey Pulse Report revealed that the average length of stay in a U.S. emergency department […]

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