FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2011
Venue: Portland Art Museum
Live Wire celebrates its 7th Anniversary and 150th SesquiSensational Episode at the Portland Art Museum on Friday, April 15, 2011
This exclusive performance will take place in the Kridel Ballroom of the iconic Mark building 1219 SW Park Ave, Portland, Or 97205. Doors are at 6:30 PM with the show starting at 7:30PM. Tickets can be purchased online at https://pam.spotlightboxoffice.com/purchase/step4?ticketID=59857 or at the Museum Box Office. Buy your tickets by April 1 and get $5 off regular ticket price.
Guests will include:
* Please note: Kyle Maclachlan had to cancel his appearance for this show. We hope to have him on another Live Wire in the near future *
TODD HAYNES- Academy Award-Nominated director of Far From Heaven, I'm Not There. His current project is a five-hour miniseries for HBO of Mildred Pierce based on the novel by James M. Cain and the 1945 film starring Joan Crawford. Haynes' cast starts Kate Winslet in the title role and features Guy Pearce, Evan Rachel Wood and Melissa Leo. Mildred Pierce is the epic story of a proud single mother struggling to earn her daughter's love during the Great Depression the middle-class of Los Angeles. The series is scheduled to air on HBO on March 27.
ANNE LAMOTT- a novelist and non-fiction writer, political activist, known most for her candor and self-depricating humor. Her books include: Hard Laughter, Rosie, Bird by Bird, Crooked Little Heart, Traveling Mercies, and her latest Imperfect Birds, due out in early April. Imperfect Birds is the third book that pieces together Rosie's ongoing story.
STACY BOLT - a writer, blogger, essayist and humorist. Stacy has been published in Portland Monthly and Imbibe Magazine and she keeps an archive of her essays on her blog These Things Happen. She is currently working on a memoir of motherhood called Breeding in Captivity, which she hopes to someday finish.
HOLCOMBE WALLER - Holcombe's new album, Into the Dark Unknown, is a work many years in the making, capturing much of the music from his 2008-2010 touring theatrical performance of the same name (commissioned by Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, among others). This collection of songs has an intimate chamber-folk quality showcasing Holcombe's emotional tenor vocals and astute, poetic lyrics.
SOPHE LUX featuring Todd Haynes's sister, Wendy on vocals. This operatic pop band came onto the music scene in 2004. Since then, the band's tumbling melodies, trippy lyrics, eclectic instrumental arrangements, and all-out pageantry have dazzled. Sophe Lux will be premiering songs from their upcoming album.
Kridel Grand Ballroom
1219 SW Park Avenue Portland OR 97205
Tickets are $30 GA / $45 Reserved - Purchase by April 1 and get $5 off your ticket.
Tickets can be purchased online at portlandartmuseum.org or at the Museum Box Office
Please contact the Live Wire! office if you have any questions: 503-548-4920 or [email protected]
Official Website: http://livewireradio.org
Added by Live Wire Radio on March 24, 2011