Bob Connolly plays July 28; Mesa, Reynolds play July 24; Kolberg at Stave & Stone; more
Entertainment update for July 20.
Shakespeare in the Park; Tess Barr Blues Band Saturday at HoodCrest
Hit Machine Block Party for United Way Friday; more
Rain-out, actor injury complicate Plays for Non-Profits opening
Hood River’s first adult outdoor dramatic production in memory got off to a memorable start last week.
Rain on Thursday evening cancelled the opening night of “Much Ado About Nothing,” directed by Lynda Dallman for Plays for Non-Profits, at Stonehedge Gardens.
Bram Brata’ Steel Band at Mt. Hood Winery July 9; more
Skye Weiseth, as Princess Leia, strikes a pose with her father, Teg, as Chewbacca, and her brother, Jack, as Boba Fett, while Ben Bonham and his “alien band” play swing tunes, at Friday’s Star Wars-themed Hood River Library District celebration fifth anniversary at Georgiana Smith Gardens.
Bram Brata’ Steel Band at Mt. Hood Winery July 9; Skamania Lodge hosts annual free Live Music Series; more
Entertainment update for July 2, 2016
Art on Oak celebrates; STEM Fair on Oak Street Friday; more
Lavender DAZE July 2-3; HR County Fair July 27-30; more
“Much Ado About Nothing” preparations began with an unusual rehearsal arrangement: one of the leads, Paul Bowen (Benedick), who was traveling out of state, “phoning it in,” yet giving it his best, via Facetime.
Blueprint at Underground Music Station July 1; ‘Retro punk,’ windsurfing mash up; more
poTENtial series brings short play about cultural stereotypes to CCA stage
Auditions for two theater productions are announced by the Columbia Center for the Arts:
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