'Love Letters' performance  to benefit Stumptown

'Love Letters' performance to benefit Stumptown

Stumptown Stages will celebrate Valentine’s Day weekend with performances of A.R....

Marylhurst Chamber Choir to sing at Carnegie Hall

Marylhurst Chamber Choir to sing at Carnegie Hall

Marylhurst University’s premier vocal ensemble, the Marylhurst Chamber Choir, will take...

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Harlow's latest film stars Storm Large

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Literacy extravaganza  set to begin

Literacy extravaganza set to begin

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CRT announces 2015 season lineup

CRT announces 2015 season lineup

The first show of its main stage season is the stormy, American classic by Tennessee Williams,...

'Soul Harmony' is entertainment and music history

'Soul Harmony' is entertainment and music history

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Portland's Fertile Ground Festival to begin Jan. 22

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Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO: TRIUMPH PHOTOGRAPHY - From left, Alan H. King, Sean Powell as Erwin Trowbridge, Ted Schulz and Robin Woolman in Lakewood Theatre Companys Three Men on a Horse, running March 6-April 12.
March 05, 2015

'Three Men on a Horse' to open at LTC

by The Review, Tidings
Depression-era comedy Lakewood Theatre Company continues its 62nd season March 6 with the 1930s comedy “Three Men on a Horse” by John Cecil Holm and George Abbott. “Three Men on a Horse” takes…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Lake Oswego native Keith Buncke will present his first hometown concerts March 13 and 15 with Portland Columbia Symphony.
March 05, 2015

LO's Buncke returns to present hometown concerts

by Barb Randall
At the astonishing age of 21, Lake Oswego native and Portland Youth Philharmonic alumnus Keith Buncke has cemented his place as one of this generation’s finest woodwind musicians. Buncke plays…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Linda Woody is not only the artistic director of the Going  Boldly concert on March 15. She is contributing two of her own musical compositions to the program.
March 05, 2015

'Remembering the War' concert March 15

by Cliff Newell
Second Going Boldly event to feature music with WWII theme When people think of World War II music they usually think of the Andrews Sisters singing and swaying to “Boogie Woogie Bugle…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTOS - Clackamas County Art Alliances Art Extravaganza offers beginning and experienced artists the opportunity to learn about new products, techniques and even try out a different art form. It will be held March 11 at Providence Willamette Falls Community Center.
February 26, 2015

Get inspired at Art Extravaganza

by Barb Randall
Novices, experts invited to dabble in arts of all kinds Is your muse calling? Are you feeling the urge to dabble in some creative endeavor? Then Art Extravaganza 2015 is the event for you. Free…
February 26, 2015

Millennium Band concert Sunday night

by The Review
The Lake Oswego Millennium Concert Band will present the Winter Medley Concert 7:30 p.m. Sunday at Lakeridge High School. Guest conductor for the evening will be David Matthys, who retired as…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Lake Grove Presbyterian Church organist Jeff Wood will present a concert March 1 at the church.
February 26, 2015

Lake Grove church to present concert March 1

by The Review, Tidings
Lake Grove Presbyterian Church’s organist Jeff Wood will present a concert at 2 p.m. March 1 as part of the church’s 2014-2015 Concert Series. Wood, who holds degrees in pipe organ from the…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Youth Music Project will again host a variety of summer camps. Sign up soon as they fill up quickly.
February 26, 2015

Youth Music Project announces summer camps

by The Review, Tidings
Youth Music Project in West Linn will host seven music camps and Tuesday group classes this summer. “Our summer camps are a hit and fill up fast,” said Rachael Bany, Youth Music Project…
February 26, 2015

Entertainment Briefs

by The Review, Tidings
Flood, Dienhart showing art at The Stafford The Stafford Boutique Retirement Community will be showing the photographs of Lucie Flood and the paintings of Carey Dienhart during the month of…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTOS - Tom Cramers Floating World, oil on wood carved relief panel will be on exhbit at 510 Museum and ARTspace March 6-27.
February 26, 2015

Arts Council to present 'Environments'

by The Review, Tidings
Works of Randall David Tipton and Tom Cramer on exhibit all month The Arts Council of Lake Oswego will present the work of Randall David Tipton and Tom Cramer in an exhibit titled “Environments”…
February 26, 2015

Lewis & Clark offers interesting entertainment

by The Review, Tidings
Lewis & Clark College is holding a number of cultural events during the next few weeks, and the public is invited. All are free unless noted otherwise. Parking is free on weekends. The college…

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Cunningham's finished portrait of former teacher Stephen Hayes.
Feb 19, 2015

Faces of Marylhurst Project showcases a community dedicated to…

by The Review, Tidings
Renowned Northwest artist Dennis Cunningham has an annual tradition of making a self-portrait. In the summer of 2014, Cunningham incorporated a high-tech approach, starting with a photograph…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Guitarist John Doan will present his acclaimed Homage to Fernando Sor program at 8 p.m. Feb. 27 at Marylhurst Universitys Wiegand Hall.
Feb 19, 2015

Doan to present classic guitar concert

by The Review, Tidings
John Doan will present his acclaimed “Homage to Fernando Sor” program at 8 p.m. Feb. 27 at Marylhurst University’s Wiegand Hall. Imagine stepping into a time machine with Dr. Who to experience…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO: CRAIG MITCHELLDYER - Broadway Rose Theatre Company will kick off its 2015 Season of Bright Beginnings with a retrospective of two of musical theaters greatest collaborators, John Kander and Fred Ebb. The World Goes Round, playing at the Broadway Rose New Stage showcases Kander and Ebbs heart-grabbing Broadway show-stoppers. From Chicago to Cabaret and beyond, The World Goes Round is a musical celebration of life. Performances continue through March 1. Evening performances are Thursday through Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. Matinees are at 2 p.m. on Sundays and on Saturdays, Feb. 21 and 28.  The New Stage is located at 12850 S.W. Grant Ave. in Tigard. Tickets start at $30 for adults, with discounts available for groups and youth. For a full list of performances or to order tickets, visit broadwayrose.org or call the box office at 503-620-5262. The show was conceived by director Scott Ellis, choreographer Susan Stroman and librettist David Thompson.  The cast includes Jennifer Goldsmith, Ecaterina Lynn, Erin Charles, Joey Côté and Andrew W. Foster. Pictured from left are Erin Charles, Andrew W. Foster, Jennifer Goldsmith, Joey Côté  and Ecaterina Lynn.
Feb 19, 2015

'The World Goes 'Round' to open at BRTC

by The Review, Tidings
Feb 19, 2015

Lost Treasures Collection to present 'What Makes Sammy Run?'

by The Review, Tidings
Award-winning Lost Treasures Collection series continues The Lost Treasures Collection, a series of rarely performed musical gems, is back for a fifth season at Lakewood Theatre Company. This…
Feb 19, 2015

CCC to present 'The Laramie Project'

by The Review, Tidings
Clackamas Community College will present Moises Kaufman’s powerful and moving play “The Laramie Project” as the Theatre Arts Department’s winter-term Mainstage production. The play opens Feb. 26…
Feb 19, 2015

Entertainment Briefs

by The Review, Tidings
I-5 Connection needs singers The I-5 Connection Musical Group is seeking men and women to sing in its Spring Concert on June 20. Singers must be available to rehearse 10 a.m.-noon Thursday…
Photo Credit: STAFF PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - Writing under the penname M. Louis, Lake Oswego accountant Mike Larson has published 'Angel's Devil.'
Feb 12, 2015

Accountant's tweets turn into novel

by Barb Randall
Mike Larson has self-published his first novel Writing a novel was never a goal Mike Larson had for himself. It just kind of evolved. The Lake Oswego accountant recently self-published “Angel’s…
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Feb 12, 2015

Attend LO Reads programs

by The Review, Tidings
Remember to get your passport stamped at the events you attend Lake Oswego Public Library’s annual literacy extravaganza for the whole city, Lake Oswego Reads, is on tap now and promotes the…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO: PAUL FARDIG - Alexa Kelly Shaheen as Tina Denmark in Stumptown Stages outrageous musical Ruthless!
Feb 12, 2015

'Ruthless! The Musical' opens at Stumptown

by The Review, Tidings
Stumptown Stages continues its 10th anniversary season with the award-winning musical “Ruthless!” The show is about eight-year-old Tina Denmark, who knows she was born to play Pippi…
Feb 12, 2015

Music in the Woods concert series continues on Sunday

by The Review, Tidings
Oregon Symphony cellist Justin Kagan and pianist William Crane are performing 2-3:30 p.m. Feb. 15 at the Chapel of the Holy Names, 17400 Holy Names Drive, Lake Oswego. The concert is part of…