Triangle Productions + White Bird Dance

Feb 09, 2013 Comments Off on Triangle Productions + White Bird Dance by

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A spotlight on two different productions:  Dmae Roberts talks with Ritah Parrish and Wendy Westerwelle in  Triangle Productios 25 Questions For A Jewish Mother and later in the show, White Bird’s Walter Jaffe tells us about New Zealand dance troupe Black Grace, presented by White Bird Dance in their Portland premiere. (Aired Tues Feb. 12th at 11am on […]

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Scott Carrier, Writer & Radio Veteran

Jan 28, 2013 Comments Off on Scott Carrier, Writer & Radio Veteran by

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Hear about the work of Peabody-winning radio producer and writer, Scott Carrier. Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, Carrier has produced documentaries that have been heard on nearly every major public radio show including This American Life. His stories have been published by Harpers, Mother Jones, Esquire and Rolling stone and is the author of […]

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Susan Mach’s Two Plays

Jan 21, 2013 Comments Off on Susan Mach’s Two Plays by

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Dmae Roberts talks with Playwright Susan Mach about her two new world premieres. Playwrights can labor for years (and do!) without the fortune of a professional production. This fall Mach opened two plays, The Lost Boy at Artists Repertory Theatre and A Noble Failure at Third Rail Repertory Theatre.Both shows are running as part of the Fertile […]

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Rupa Marya – ‘Making Change Special

Nov 23, 2012 Comments Off on Rupa Marya – ‘Making Change Special

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Hear the Making Change final special.  Join Producer and Guest Host Sarika Mehta for a special on gifted singer and activist Rupa Marya, the lead vocalist and director of Rupa and the April Fishes. Their music encompasses elements of jazz, blues, klezmer, folk amongst others, with songs in Spanish, French and English. Rupa herself was born in […]

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The Last Holiday

Nov 21, 2012 Comments Off on The Last Holiday

© Dmae Roberts 2012 I didn’t realize the last Thanksgiving I spent with my mom would actually be the very last. We never know about “the last time” until it’s no more. Ma’s been gone 10 years now. When she had a recurrence of breast cancer, viagra buy I spent three years commuting back and […]

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Horatio Law & Open Circles

Nov 10, 2012 Comments Off on Horatio Law & Open Circles

How do you bring together widely different communities through an art-making project? Hear some insights with artist Horatio Law and his Open Circles project. Law is working with communities at Sisters of the Road and Planned Parenthood to create a public installation that will get people thinking and talking about social currency and self-empowerment. Horatio Hung-Yan Law […]

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Jaw 2009 and Portland Actors Conservatory

Jul 14, 2009 Comments Off on Jaw 2009 and Portland Actors Conservatory

Dmae Roberts features JAW, A Playwrights Festival with Portland Center Stage’s Associate Artistic Director Rose Riordan and Playwright Andrea Stolowitz. They talked about this two-week festival of new plays now in its 11th year! Also Producer Tali Singer has a brand new feature piece on a student at Portland Actors Conservatory, Phoebe Southwood, under the […]

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Kim Stafford & “100 Tricks”

Nov 02, 2012 Comments Off on Kim Stafford & “100 Tricks”

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A conversation with award-winning author Kim Stafford about his new memoir 100 Tricks Every Boy Can Do: How My Brother Disappeared   In poetic and poignant detail, Stafford takes us on a journey of sibling love and departure. Stafford recounts his experiences with his brother and the different paths their lives took and we hear readings from his new book. […]

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