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On the next Thursdays @ Three, host Robert McBride welcomes the wonderfully energetic Doug Fir Trio for some fun chamber music during the holidays. The members of the trio, all veterans of Thurdays @ Three, are pianist Cary Lewis, violinist Anthea Kreston, and cellist Jason Duckles. No available seating remains for that concert, the last in the series for this […]
The group offers a concert of seasonal a cappella works from the past century, including works by Maurice Duruflé, Kenneth Leighton and Frank La Rocca. Also featured is the world premiere of an arrangement by Linda Kachelmeier of Coventry Carol. Two performances: December 27 at 7 p.m. at Central Lutheran Church in Eugene, and 4 […]
Portland Playhouse brings back its portrayal of Dickens’ classic yuletide ghost story, an authentic, music-filled journey to nineteenth-century London, where which a miserly Scrooge learns his lesson and Tiny Tim has the last word. Directed by Cristi Miles, the performances run December 4 through 28. Check with PP for showtimes and ticket reservations. (Photo © Brude Giles)
Artists Repertory Theatre presents Noël Coward’s comic play in a production directed by Christopher Liam Moore. With ghosts who are decidedly not Dickensian, this masterpiece haunts the holiday season, with an eccentric clairvoyant inadvertently summoning a titular spirit from the beyond, leading to supernatural mischief in this farce that is perfect for escaping the real madness of yuletide. Suitable for ages […]
The Portland Revels present their Christmas offering at St. Mary’s Academy, December 18 through 23 . This year’s script by Gray Eubank begins in the present within the Tower of London, following a bored teen who is transported back to the 17th Century, where Revels magic begins and the Wizard Earl Henry Percy and Morley, a […]
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