Posted by:Ellen | Posted on: January 24th, 2012 | 0 CommentsRaccoon Earns His Stripes by Brent Florendo For the First Nations of the Pacific Northwest, winter is the time for stories. Brent Florendo’s highly interactive play brings to the stage the ancient folklore of the Wasco tribe of the Columbia River Basin and Cascade mountains as told to him by his mother, Alice. Raccoon finds that everything in his world is alive and its inhabitants help him learn about their inherent interdependence with humor, song and dance. Director: Chris Sackett For more details www.sou.edu/theatre/raccoon.html in Ashland Oregon theater
Posted by:Ellen | Posted on: January 24th, 2012 | 0 Comments[caption id="attachment_1257" align="alignright" width="250" caption="Oregon Cabaret Theater"][/caption] Let's Misbehave Music & lyrics of Cole Porter February 10- March 18 Previews February 8 & 9 Performances Thurs.-Mon. @ 8:00 Sun. brunch matinees @ 1:00 It's 1935 in the wee hours of the morning in Dorothy's stylish New York apartment where a swell party has just ended. Dorothy, Walter and Alice linger over a nightcap and some delicious gossip about the departing guests. The three friends delight in each others company…until the witty banter and fun reveal a complicated triangle of affections. This is the setting for an effervescent evening of more than 30 sparkling jewels from the Cole Porter repertoire (more…)
Posted by:Ellen | Posted on: January 17th, 2012 | 0 CommentsAll the King's Men [caption id="attachment_1302" align="alignright" width="240" caption="Camelot Theater"][/caption] February 1 - 26, 2012 by Robert Penn Warren
Based on the Pulitzer Prize winning novel. Set in Louisiana in the 1930’s, this powerful play examines the life of opportunist Willie Stark, a character based on Governor Huey Long, one of America’s most extraordinary politicians. The smart and manipulative Willie Stark is elected governor with the support of the lower social classes, tough-talking assistant Sadie Burke, newspaper reporter Jack Burden, Jack's elegant fiancée Anne and her idealistic brother Dr. Adam Stanton. The play confronts the question, does absolute power corrupt absolutely?
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Posted by:Ellen | Posted on: January 10th, 2012 | 0 CommentsSaturday, January 21 With the exciting development of introduced legislation for protections of the Wild Rogue, this month is a great time to reengage with the Rogue and the campaigns for its protections. Join Lesley Adams, Program Director of Rogue Riverkeeper, and Shane Jimerfield, our new Siskiyou Wild Rivers Director, on the hike and discuss the history of the region, developments in the campaign, and to learn about important ways that you can play a role in protecting the public lands and tributary streams of the Wild Rogue. Carpool will leave Evo's Coffee in Ashland at 9:30am (just downhill from the Chanticleer). Or, meet the group at the Grave Creek Boat Ramp at 11am.
Posted by:Ellen | Posted on: January 10th, 2012 | 0 CommentsSiskiyou Film Festival Grants Pass High School, Performing Arts Center Friday, January 27th 6-9:30pm Saturday afternoon, January 28th, 2pm Saturday evening, January 28th, 7pm Preview events held in Ashland, Cave Junction, Williams, Medford, and Grants Pass (details below). Become inspired by international conservation efforts, plug-in to local groups, and support a regional, conservation-focused, community event! KS Wild's Siskiyou Film Festival features films on sustainability and critical issues that face our region and the planet - join us! FilmFest Pass today for only $10. (more…)
Posted by:Ellen | Posted on: January 10th, 2012 | 0 CommentsSpotlight on: The USO January 12 - 22, 2012 From its establishment during the big band era in the early 40‘s, through the years of change in the 60‘s and up until the present, the USO (United Service Organizations) brought America and the boys (and girls) overseas entertainment, hope and a “home away from home” during the most challenging of times. Celebrities offered their services often at great risk to themselves. Live performances, known as Camp Shows, attracted movie stars, comedians, musicians, singers and dancers, including Bob Hope, Danny Kaye, The Andrew Sisters, Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe, Robin Williams and Willie Nelson. For more information on the Camelot Theater
Posted by:Ellen | Posted on: January 4th, 2012 | 0 CommentsGuy Davis, Acoustic Blues and Storytelling Saturday, February 4, 2012 • 8pm Tickets: $20/advance, $22/door, $10/teens 12-17, children under 12 are free with paying adult. Unitarian Fellowship, 4th and C Streets, Ashland We are so jazzed to be bringing Guy Davis back to Ashland. He appeared twice at the Rogue Valley Blues Festival. First time in 2003, he performed his one-man play "In Bed With the Blues: the adventures of Fishy Waters." The second time in 2005 when he performed on the main stage on Friday evening and also gave a children's presentation on Saturday. (more…)
Posted by:Ellen | Posted on: December 20th, 2011 | 0 CommentsWorkshops: Darol Anger Fiddle and Mike Marshall Mandolin
Saturday, January 21 • 10am-Noon
Tickets - $40
Place: Unitarian Fellowship, 4th and C Streets, Ashland • Cost: $40
Fiddle Workshop with Darol Anger
Mandolin Workshop with Mike Marshall
For intermediate to advance players. Workshops will take place in separate rooms.
For more information, please visit St. Clair Productions
Posted by:Ellen | Posted on: December 20th, 2011 | 0 CommentsMike Marshall and Darol Anger, Mandolin and Fiddle from Bluegrass to Jazz
Friday, January 20, 2012 • 8pm
Tickets: $22/advance, $25/door, $10/teens 12-17,
children under 12 are free with paying adult.
Unitarian Fellowship, 4th and C Streets, Ashland
When speaking about Darol Anger and Mike Marshall's live performances, people often use phrases like "synergy," "breathtaking" or "space travelers."
Darol Mike Marshall and Darol Anger, Mandolin and Fiddle from Bluegrass to Jazz
Darol and Mike have created their own way of speaking – through their instruments. A connection and a shared repertoire that goes very deep; developed over 35 years of music-making in a wide variety of music styles. It is very rare what these two have the ability to do in concert. A way of communicating through their instruments that is nothing short of breathtaking.
For more information, please go to St Clair Productions
Posted by:Ellen | Posted on: November 3rd, 2011 | 0 CommentsWorkshop: Fingerstyle Guitar with Eric Tingstad
For intermediate to advanced guitar players.
Sunday, December 4 • Time: 10am-Noon
Workshop tickets - $35
Place: Community Food Co-op Community Classroom, 300 N. Pioneer, Ashland
For more information, please see St Clair Productions