It’s halfway through December, and trip tunes and recreation have taken over Portland place calendars. Examine all of our set of shows, family shows, and events, such as the return with the Cinnamon Bear, a Portland timeless for longer than 80 years. It’s all taking place for the week forward.
The Portland Gay men’s room Chorus presents any occasion show. File image by Bill Barry. Statement Barry
Portland Gay Men’s Chorus: “Gather”
Join the Portland Gay Men’s Chorus to celebrate the growing season with songs about cheer and togetherness. This program blends trip preferred and cold weather tunes to welcoming your own season.
8 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10-12, Newmark theater, 1111 S.W. Broadway, passes start at $19, pdxgmc or 503-226-2588
George Balanchine’s “The Nutcracker”
Oregon Ballet Theatre’s annual getaway show returns to understand more about childhood hopes for Marie and her Nutcracker Prince, sugar-plum Fairies, a Mouse King and a level chock-full of moving sweets. A live band takes on Tchaikovsky’s classic get.
Opens 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11, and continues numerous times and schedules through Dec. 26, Keller Auditorium, 222 S.W. Clay St., $24-$105, obt or 503-222-5538
The Cinnamon Bear comes back to the stage at Oaks playground for getaway shows. Graphics courtesy of Oaks Playground
The Cinnamon Bear
The cherished Portland heritage of trips using the Cinnamon Bear has existed for more than 80 many years. This season the Cinnamon Bear return concise at Oaks Park for a live tv show. Youngsters of every age group can take advantage of alive audio featuring the Cocklebur Cowboys vocal together with their older friend Paddy O’Cinnamon. A year ago the program occured outside considering COVID restrictions. This year’s tv series shall be inside for the traditional Dance Pavilion.
4:30 and 6:30 p.m. Saturday-Sunday through Dec. 19, Oaks enjoyment Park, 7805 S.E. Oaks playground means; tickets $14.95-$24.95 ought to be purchased on the internet and in advance at oakspark/cinnamonbear
Vancouver Symphony Band
VSO Broadway Vacation
The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra provides two performances of Broadway and holiday sounds featuring Tony Award-nominated vocalist and actress Liz Callaway. Maestro Salvador Brotons performs.
7 p.m. Saturday, 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 11-12, Skyview twelfth grade, 1300 N.W. 139th St.; and online streaming on the internet; seats $30; vancouversymphony or 360-735-7278.
People in the traditional Ballet Academy provide “Nutcracker Vignettes.”
This is actually the 2nd 12 months for socially distant holiday setting off show that benefits the Classical dancing Academy. Appreciate views from dancing regular “The Nutcracker” while driving or strolling through life-sized ways installations setup on eight yards throughout an Eastmoreland city. The views add special illumination, props, units and songs with costumed dancers carrying out in each scene.
5-9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11, Eastmoreland at places south of Southeast Woodstock Boulevard. Downloadable chart offered by classicalballet.net/nutcracker; contribution of $25 per parents required.
Portland Panto People: “Cinderella”
The Portland Panto Players promote a boisterous, family-friendly, entertaining trip show filled up with slapstick funny, audio and some adults-only laughs. The tv series retells the classic adventure of Cinderella and Prince Charming while incorporating comedy figures and interactive minutes using the readers.
Opens 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 11, and keeps 11 a.m. and 3 Bakersfield escort p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, 7:30 p.m. Fridays through Dec. 19, Alberta Abbey, 126 N.E. Alberta St.; tickets $19-$25; eventbrite/e/cinderella-the-musical
Tsering Cheophel’s immigration story belongs to a brand new display on Oregon Jewish Museum. Picture courtesy of OJMCHE
“To Bear Witness – Extraordinary Resides”
Another display, opening on the weekend during the Oregon Jewish art gallery, features pictures, pages, and quick films advising the stories of people who left her homelands for safe destination in Oregon. These immigrants from Austria, Bosnia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Germany, Hungary, Rwanda, Sudan, Syria, and Tibet experienced the atrocities of combat, genocide, and also the Holocaust. Each profile part reports of stamina and remembers the kindness of these just who aided as you go along.
Portland Symphonic Choir: “Wintersong”