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,
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/
About Frankenstein: A Cabaret From the producers and writer of last year's The Snow Queen: A Folk Opera, Frankenstein is reset in the changing and charged atmosphere of contemporary Portland. The story of Mary Shelley's monster comes alive through eerie folk music, contemporary dance, and cabaret story telling. Interlaced within
The theme is dark and dirty! Create out of your sexy shadow. Create something that examines what parts of you that are kept underground, making out with Hades while your mom weeps through the winter. Write a burlesque featuring those misogynist literary characters you secretly want to do (HEATHCLIFF, anyone?