The Tale of Sleeping Beauty is one the world’s oldest and most revered fairy tales… and it has just been hijacked by a company of crazy bird puppets. Making their NWCT Mainstage debut, these feathered friends will stop at nothing in their quest to seize the spotlight and re-write history.
We’re excited for a new regular show at the beautiful Fremont Theater every Tuesday, 5-6pm! We’ll try it out for January & February, and if it goes well, we’ll extend it into the spring!
Wake Up & Sing with Red Yarn & the Critters every Wednesday morning of the school year at the beautiful Village Ballroom in NE Portland. Audiences will sing, dance, clap, stomp, and experience the joy of community at Red Yarn’s interactive shows.
Red Yarn is a dynamic family performer who weaves folksongs and puppetry into engaging shows for all ages. With his energetic performances and lush folk-rock recordings, this red-bearded bard shares positive values while reinvigorating American folklore for younger generations.
This weekly show is hosted by Woodlawn Swap’n’Play, a family cooperative space where families come together to swap clothing and toys and bring their children to play. Woodlawn Swap’n’Play also hosts a free playtime in the ballroom immediately following the show.
Mark and Greta celebrate the recent release of their duo album “Then and Now” with a concert at Tabor Space, on the west side of Mount Tabor in SE Portland. Joining them is Diana Ross keyboardist/jazz great George Mitchell. Family friendly.
Tickets are $15 in advance, and $20 at the door. Tabor Space is an inviting, cozy space with great sound. Only 125 seats, so plan ahead!