Music at Maryhill Sept 3-5; SRV tribute at Skamania Lodge; more
Richard O’Brien’s infamous horror-sci fi musical “The Rocky Horror Show” is coming to the Gorge, and audiences are invited to come and “do the Time Warp” in style. The live, concert version of the musical (not the film), is the first production by CGOA Stages, the newest addition to the Columbia Gorge Orchestra Association’s roster of ensembles.
I’m pretty sure the stage outside at Springhouse Cellar is an assemblage of pallets and possibly some old wine-barrel parts.
Moe Dixon at The Pines; Ben Bonham at Stave & Stone; Kirkpatrick visits Waucoma
Columbia Center for the Arts will showcase “Emerging Artists” in its upcoming show in the Columbia Arts Gallery from Aug. 31 through Oct. 2.
Staff and volunteers at the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum, 990 SW Rock Creek Drive in Stevenson, are gearing up for their 20th annual Show and Shine Car Show and Swap Meet on Saturday, Sept. 3.
Evening of Latino Theatre, music, dance — sold out; Navy Band Country Current in concert at Maryhill Aug. 28; more
SRV tribute at Skamania Lodge, Larry and Raven at The Pines, more
The Music Festival of the Gorge will take place at the Hood River Waterfront Park Amphitheater on Saturday September 17, 2016. The free festival is a fundraiser to support school music programs in the Hood River District, through the Matt Klee Scholarship Fund
Richard O’Brien’s infamous horror-sci fi musical “The Rocky Horror Show” is coming to the Gorge,.
Plays for Non-Profits, with director Kathleen Morrow, will hold auditions for the play “Owen Meany’s Christmas Pageant” at Riverside Community Church, 317 State St., Hood River, at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 8 and 10 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 10.
Solog ale fest returns to Parkdale Aug. 20; Hood Crest grand opening Saturday; more
Pacific Northwest Plein Air Event opens Aug. 26 at Maryhill Museum, featuring 40 artists working outside to capture the sublime light and inspiring vistas of the Columbia River Gorge, from the waterfalls, rivers and plateaus to the surrounding peaks.
Aunt Eller (Lisa Roth) shakes her bloomers in the rousing “Farmer and the Cowman” dance number in the musical “Oklahoma!”
Entertainment update for Aug. 17.
- All she wants to do is dance
- 'Here' is there and everywhere
- These guys will probably grow on you
- Quiet on the set: An interview with Aaron Keim
- Lost radios and happy memories
- Welcome to our new site!
- British Invasion? ’70s resurgence? ’80s influenced? Take your pick this summer
- Nicki Bluhm sings songs you know along the way
- Brooke Parrott checks in with lyrics and a new band
- Eagles, doves and Byrds