Written by Laura Christina Dunn Directed by Corinne Gaucher Music by Laura Christine Dunn, Kristin Gordon, Ali Ippolito, Natasha Kotey, Emilie Landmann, Jack Maybe, Julia Babcock, Monica Metzler (Forest Veil), Leina Naversen, and Red Yarn Music Direction: Kristin Gordon Piano: Ali Ippolito SM: Lavinia Martin-Weber Performers : Emma Chang Laura Christina
“I shall create! If not a note, a hole. If not an overture, a desecration.” --Gwendolyn Brooks. Make something. Every month. And share it.
By Emilie Landmann Music by Laura Dunn Directed by Corinne Gaucher Animation by Beth Lorio [https://www.bethlorio.com/], Videography/Editing by Stephen Mercier [https://merciermedia.com] Cast : Susan Winterbourne, Sarah Warren, Ash Heffernan, Laura Dunn About The Broken Planetarium presents Stop!(motion), a play where Filmmaker strives to create
by Laura Christina Dunn Choreographed by Kelsey Mahoney Watson Music by Matt Burlin, Laura Christina Dunn, Kristin Gordon George, Avery Hill, Ali Ippolito, Craig Lardiere, Rachel Sakry, and Forest Veil (Monica Metzler). Directed by Emilie Landmann Music Direction by Kristin Gordon George Art Direction by Laura Foster Costumes by Kelly
by Laura Christina Dunn Music by Kyle Huth, Craig Lardiere, Kendy Gable, Laura Christina Dunn, and Monica Metzler (Forest Veil) Choreographed by Rebekah Stiles About Hans Christian Andersen's mermaid tale gets transported to 1990s Coos Bay, Oregon, where a former mermaid navigates a town undone by the spotted owl controversy
By Laura Christina Dunn with excerpts from the writing of Rosa Luxemburg. Music by Laura Christina Dunn with "Sunrise/Sunset" by Monica and Ron Metzler Choreographed by Rebekah Stiles Art Direction and Costumes by Alley Pezanoski Browne Music Director/ Production Liason: Kyle Huth Technical Director: Xander Atwood Production Assistant: John
About A collaboration of The Broken Planetarium and Whisper Skin Theater. From the creators of Frankenstein: A Cabaret, The Broken Planetarium presents a two-night, limited run variety show in honor of Halloween. Lenore Rises: An Edgar Allan Poe Macabaret is a curated variety show where artists and performers from around
The next Broken Planetarium is Variation-tines Day! Our culture puts a great emphasis on romantic love, but what about all the other kinds of love that enrich our worlds? Let's celebrate all the variations of love around us. Let's woo our friends, family, neighbors, habitat, animals, food, and more. Write
The next Broken Planetarium is Losing My Religion. In the past, some of the most moving art came from religious patronage and religious devotion (Michelangelo, Hafiz, mother f&@$ing amaze balls 80s country-pop diva Amy Grant!) Many now shy away from religion because of its associations with extremism, violence, bigotry,
Check out a beautiful review of Frankenstein: A Cabaret from Sophia June of Willamette Week. http://www.wweek.com/2016/01/22/fertile-ground-diaries-frankenstein-a-cabaret/ Also we were top picks for the week in WW as well. Thank you Enid Spitz! http://www.wweek.com/2016/01/22/willamette-weekend-16-things-to-do-and-see-in-portland/
Tickets for Frankenstein: A Cabaret [https://www.boxofficetickets.com/bot/wa/event?id=306523] are now available for purchase! $20 adult, $15 students / seniors. Please visit the Broken Planetarium Productions [https://www.brokenplanetarium.org/productions/] page for up-to-date show times and more information about the show!