We are a bit anxious that today’s post will be perceived as nagging, which is NOT the intent. So we are posting pictures of rescued kittens to mitigate any apparent harshness. The two above were found abandoned. Here they are sleeping off the anesthetic, after being neutered. Hmmm. Perhaps neutering doesn’t mitigate hurtful perceptions. Here […]Read More Drammy awards mitigates nagging with pictures of kittens
Well, we are a day late and several currencies short, but here (temporarily) in the European Office of Drammy Towers, we want to give big props to Barry Johnson, Bob Hicks, and a bunch of other fine folk over at Oregon Arts Watch, who are now providing daily news and updates on the cultural scene […]Read More Drammy Awards Kudos
We have been stupendously busy at Drammy Towers seeing a bunch of extraordinarily good theatrical productions of all kinds here in Portland (not to mention catching up on the final episodes of Dexter, Breaking Bad, Broadchurch, and The Newsroom…wow, wow, and double wow!). Then, of course, we have given a fair amount of time to […]Read More A quick Drammy catch up, and the Rogue Awards continue
We are pretty excited over here at Drammy Towers. Our first committee meeting of the new season is coming up on Monday, 23 September, and we can’t wait to discuss the thirty or so productions that are already on our books from this mid-May to mid-September period. For those of you who don’t realize this, […]Read More First Drammy Committee meeting…imminent! And we are going rogue!
So here we are, with the exciting new season well and truly upon us, and our first Drammy committee meeting approaching apace (we meet on Monday, September 23, in the wonderful conference room made available to us by the law firm of Tonkon Torp LLP…we thank them from the bottom of our hearts!). We will […]Read More 34 years and counting. And counting? Drammys on the horns of a dilemma!
It feels so odd, so mysteriously strange and almost bittersweet, to read, sadly, of the death of the wonderful Julie Harris, and to remember, on the eve of his Celebration of Life, this photograph of her that she sent to our beloved Jack Featheringill. This is what she wrote: “To Jack – who kept me […]Read More Remembering legends
Just a reminder to join us one week from tonight to celebrate the life of our friend and colleague Jack Featheringill. The Celebration of Life will be held at Portland Centre Stage (our thanks to PCS for such great generosity) on Monday, August 26, at 7 P.M. (Doors open at around 6.30; bar and cafe […]Read More Join us on 26 August, 2013, please.