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Paloma Griffin Hebert & Bonnie Miksch

  This week Susannah chats with violinist Paloma Griffin Hebert and composer Bonnie Miksch about their collaboration with fEARnoMUSIC and the long awaited CD recording project of , Somewhere I Have Never Traveled.  There will be a record release and concert, in partnership with Portland State University on Sat, Feb 13, 730pm Lincoln Hall PSU room #75. The …

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Adrienne Flagg

This week Susannah chats with Adrienne Flagg, producer/director of the upcoming play Note to Self. Learn more at: www.notetoselfproject.org Listen here. [sc_embed_player fileurl=”http://artslandia.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/adrienne-final.mp3″]   Do you have an Adventure in Artslandia for Susannah you’d like to chat about? Email Susannah at smars@artslandia.com and tell her your adventure!

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Tommy Tune

As far as adventures in Artslandia go, this one is stellar! A surprise visit with Tommy Tune, who will be coming to Portland on February 14th for two shows in the Winningstad Theatre, thanks to producer James VanArsdel. Brand spanking new,  Broadway Cabaret PDX will bring Mr. Tune to the Rose City …

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Mia Chung

This week Susannah sat down with playwright Mia Chung! You’ll learn about Ms. Chung’s writing process and the topics that pique her curiosity, inspiring her to write fascinating plays like You For Me For You opening at Portland Playhouse on February 3rd and directed by Gretchen Corbett. For tickets and show times visit portlandplayhouse.org. You for Me …

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James VanArsdel

This week Susannah sat down with James VanArsdel the creator of Broadway Cabaret PDX who’s first guests include Tommy Tune and Betty Buckley!  Both will be performing at the Winningstad Theatre! Tommy Tune performs February 14 and Betty Buckley on May 22! Tickets now on sale at Portland’5. Listen here. [sc_embed_player fileurl=”http://artslandia.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/James-VanArsdel-final.mp3″]   Do you …

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