The snow is coming to us here in Bend, Oregon so you might as well cozy up to some live theatre! GreenHouse Theatre Project presents a brand new and chillingly topical political dramedy, "Nothing Can Stop What Is Coming" by Olivia Hebert and Julia Valen and directed by Tia James!
AL, the infamous internet Algorithm, fights for her reputation by taking you behind the screens and into Joanna’s yawn of a life. AL whisks Jo away from the boredom of life and class in social isolation and pushes her through an online rabbit hole into a world brimming with heroic purpose.
This exciting new play features a company of actors performing live from L.A. to NYC and in between, featuring:
Amaia Arana, Elizabeth Braaten Palmieri, *Olivia Hebert, Tyer Hubbard, Jarvis Matthews, *Paul Pontrelli and Julia Valen.
January 29-31 at 7:30PM CST
& January 30 at 2:30PM CST
(Talkback following Jan 29th performance)
*Denotes membership in Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.
Sponsors: MPIX and Columbia Office of Cultural Affairs.
Poster Design x Matt Ingram
Congrats to you all for a delightful production of "A Christmas Carol"! I always enjoy Liz's high level of creativity and imagination. Wonderfully done!
CITY SATURDAY: City of Columbia- Office of Cultural Affairs / Tix go on sale tomorrow at 10am! A digitally immersive adaptation (filmed in one take) at Blue Bell Farm! Stream online December 12-20 and watch with your friends & family around the world! GreenHouse Theatre Project
GreenHouse Theatre Project will stage its final performance of the one-woman show "Natural Shocks" tonight via Zoom:
Love the picture; so good to see you!
What was your favorite Columbia theater moment of 2019? There were great performances not only here at CEC, but at Maplewood Barn Theatre, Talking Horse Productions, GreenHouse Theatre Project and more!
Astonishing production, such engaging authentic actors, music and dance was brilliant. Ending (to the uninformed-me) shocking. So glad we attended.