Arts & Entertainment November 2023 – The Cedar Mill News

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Trimet artist call

Qualifications must be submitted by 9 a.m. on Wednesday, November 15th

Calling all artists! Take the opportunity to design one of our “Celebrating Diversity” bus covers for 2024. Selected artists will be paid for their designs. For more information, visit the Trimet website.

A selection of the November events in the Reser

For a full list of events and ticket information, visit The Reser’s website.

Och & Oy! A respected cabaret

Saturday, November 4th, 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, November 5th, 7:00 p.m

Alan Cumming (Cabaret, The Good Wife) and Ari Shapiro (NPR’s All Things Considered, Pink Martini) both transport audiences to other worlds through their stories. Now they are joining forces in SONG. Experience the exclusive debut of their new evening full of melodies and fairy tales!

Singer and songwriter Haley Reinhart

Wednesday, November 15th, 7:30 p.m

Haley Reinhart has one of those timeless voices that transcends eras—one that would have been as at home in the 1960s as it was in the age of TikTok, and one that only rings louder with time. The platinum-selling singer and songwriter is heavily influenced by classic pop and soul acts – including the Beatles, Janis Joplin, Ella Fitzgerald and Sly and the Family Stone – and she exudes a powerful level of charisma and confidence that she has earned through a quiet, decades-long career.

Live Wire with Luke Burbank

Thursday, November 30, 7:30 p.m., with special guests: Lindy West, Camille Dungy and Margo Cilker

Live Wire Radio is an independently produced radio show based in Portland, Oregon. Hosted by Luke Burbank and announced by Elena Passarello, the show artfully combines unpredictable conversations, live music and original comedy with all types of cultural talent and creative minds, from emerging artists to established acts. Live Wire is committed to discovery by producing captivating, spirited and authentic live and listening experiences for local and national audiences.

First Friday Art Walk with artists in attendance!

Fridays, November 3rd and December 1st, 6-9 p.m

Guests can purchase works, meet the artists and learn more about individual styles and the muse behind the work. In addition to original works, a selection of greeting cards, prints and small reproductions are available.

For more information on all gallery programs, visit The Reser website. Or send us an email to [email protected].

Come and enjoy the SpongeBob musical

November 3-5 and November 10-12, Lovegood’s Performing Arts Company Main Stage, 16260 NW Bronson Road, at various times. Basic information can be found in the ticket information or on the Lovegood website.

Immerse yourself in this breathtaking, hilarious, singing, dancing and dynamic stage show! The SpongeBob Musical is based on the popular animated series by Stephen Hillenburg. Directed by Evan and Ames Aldrete, Nickelodeon’s “The SpongeBob Musical” features performances by local youth with a passion for musical theater.

The Lovegood Performing Arts Company was founded by a group of families in the Beaverton area who wanted to provide a safe place for youth to come together and participate in the performing arts. It provides a nurturing community that focuses on supporting students not only creatively, but also emotionally and socially. With hundreds of students now enrolled in courses, camps and mainstage productions, Lovegood continues to focus on the key values ​​of receptivity, empowerment, courage and authenticity. The company’s team of highly skilled teaching artists strives to develop the creative light of all students by fostering an environment of belonging, inspiration, mastery and self-advocacy for all.

BSO fall concert!

Piano on rainbow background with notes

Friday, November 3, 7:30 p.m., The Reser, 12625 SW Crescent St, buy tickets here

Sunday, November 5, 3 p.m., Village Church, 330 SW Murray Blvd, buy tickets here

The 40th anniversary season promises to be unforgettable as the Beaverton Symphony Orchestra presents its fall concert and features the first of four great conductors. Join us on a journey through audience favorites, including works by Mendelssohn, Mozart and, later in the season, Rossini, Brahms, Dvorak and Tchaikovsky.

The concerts also include pre-concert events. It’s a season you shouldn’t miss.

Further information about both concerts can be found on the BSO website.

Network with TVC

Friday, November 10, 5-6 p.m., Gray Raven Gallery, 12695 SW Crescent St. Suite 150, Beaverton

Tualatin Valley Creates invites creatives who want to meet and connect with other local artists. Visit the TV Creates website for more information about the networking event, future workshops and more.

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