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January 18, 2014

OPB | Jan. 18, 2014 midnight | Updated: Feb. 5, 2014 10:54 a.m. | Portland

After a nice holiday break, the gloves are off.

Glena Avila from the documentary Glena

Glena Avila from the documentary Glena

still from the film www.glenathemovie.com

We jump in, feet-first with an exploration of what it means to diversify performing arts audiences. The August Wilson Red Door Project sets out to help theater groups reflect their community. We check in with them and three other interesting productions around town. Plus:

  • Music from Arturo O’Farrill. He’s playing a date in Bend this weekend
  • Gerard Schwarz talks about his All-Star Orchestra and his recent gig conducting in Vancouver
  • A filmmaker chronicles one female fighter’s quest for MMA gold in Fight Dreams
  • A scouting alternative encourages kids to be makers. Design games? Fashion cardboard prototypes? Design graphics? Sky’s the limit…
  • Paul King and Walter Lamb of White Bird Dance tell us what’s on their radar this winter

 

02:40 - 06:15 NYT outs Bacon triptych owner
06:20 - 08:00 Glena the Movie
08:15 - 14:00 DIY Kids
15:45 - 18:40 OCT’s Charlotte’s Web
18:45 - 21:50 PCS’s Chinglish
22:00 - 26:00 Profile Theatre’s Eyes for Consuela
26:05 - 31:05 August Wilson’s Red Door Project PEAC
32:20 - 32:40 This week’s music: Arturo O’Farrill
33:10 - 39:30 White Bird Dance
39:40 - 52:25 Maestro Gerard Schwarz

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