This is a benefit for Sisters Of The Road!
PS I do not know how I got logged into my sisters account but it is not destony parks that wrote that message it is Leslee Johnson
I am new to this and I will be attending this year. Does anybody have any helpful suggestions on setting up as a new vendor? Things I should bring to make it a little more organized.. Any information would be appreciated please and thank you! Leslee Fae Lesleefae@live.com
Five stars might just ruin an artists. What could they aspire for? How could they rest without the goal to self actualize and someday achieve five stars.
The Beth Orton and Laura Gibson show offers a perfect example of a four star show by delivering a near-perfect experience. Ms Gibson opened with an artistic and lovely song that prepared the audience or the rest of the night. She used a vocal synthesizer thingy that in the business is called a autotone or a framptonizer to deliver her own realtime, otherworld backup vocal. The effect was like listing to Heinrich Hertz sing Lady to Nicolas Tesla over a home made wireless. It was beautiful and let everyone now that this was going to be about performance and making art. The only way to take a start back is acknowledge that the effect while beautiful to hear was awkward to watch.
Ms Orton was predictably brilliant, a flawless guitar player and vocalist in lovely dress with an approachable stage presence. For those who know the music, she played her better-know songs in great renditions which captured the strength of her composition while adding just enough to be interesting while not taking away from the joys of hearing a favorite song. As one would hope, toward the end she was joined by Ms Gibson for a duo that bought to example why both these artists are so very good while having different only compliment in their remarkable individual strengths. The only way to carve back a star here is to acknowledge that one song together could and did feel more like an act of theater than musical artistry leaving the audience with questions where there might have been answers.
Four Stars. That show should be done again if only to reveal its manufactured potential, to experience the progression, to dare to dream that some day soon: Five Stars.
more-unique experiences ? I believe it will be better.
Two shallow plays with mediocre dialog, little plot, and nothing of interest. Another poor showing in this year's presentations by Damaso Rodriguez at Artists Rep.
I first met David Swanson when he was speaking to peace loving citizens encamped in front of Congress. I had bicycled from Portland for the event. Even before that meeting, I had learned to rely upon David's writing for straightforward cutting edge analysis. He's never let us down. David Swanson maintains a keen awareness of what's really happening in DC without ever losing sight of a clear, idealistic vision of a future that could work for us all.
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Morae is short but packed with non-stop action that will stop your heart at moments. TEMPOS consists of live musicians and performers with diverse backgrounds in dance, acrobatics, yoga, and physical theater. The aesthetic is spare, modern, and sometimes weird, with odd creature-characters cavorting across the stage between acrobatic stunts. It's no Cirque de Soleil, but that's a good thing. Only in Portland will you find such an interesting blend of imagination and skill performed with both passion and humor in an intimate, informal space. Fans of Imago Theather, Pilobolus Dance Theater, and Circa, be sure to check out what Portland's newest and strangest acrobatic troupe has cooked up.
Oh, pricing is $7 if you dress like Santa or another costume we deem worth a dollar. $8 Otherwise. Proceeds go to the nonprofit theater and Oregon Food Bank.
Officially, this is called "Our Kind of Christmas Pageant", but that's really semantics. Free "HO!" buttons while they last (we have hundreds, though)
My favorite holiday event every year.
The Hey Listen was rocking hard. What a great night!!
DJ Doc Rock is awesome. Plays old school funk, RnB, soul, rock, and sprinkles in some of today's hottest dance songs. Really knows how to move the crowd, and is really good at reading the crowd and playing what they want to hear to keep them on the dance floor.
Saw her in San Fran a couple days ago, driving up for this show as well, she's amazing! Just thought I'd share the link to this show.... http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/484162
First of all, Mazzy Star the band gets 5 stars. Always.
This show, however - they're just starting their tour, so there were some issues. Okay. They started at 10:45pm on a Sunday, less okay.
But for real fans of Hope Sandoval, the suspension of disbelief was ruined by the boyfriends of the hordes and gaggles of tanned, manicured 36-year-olds who came in from the suburbs to hear the one song that ever charted. Drunken loud aggro assholes EVERYWHERE - at a Mazzy Star show.
I hope future shows on the tour are less polluted with pod people ruining it for everyone.
Also, the Crystal sucks rocks.
How do i buy tickets?? The inspire website said they would be available on Tuesday Nov 4, but they are still not available. I called the museum and can't get them there either. Please let me know how to attend, I want to!!
Can't wait for Gifted 2013!
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