Holiday and Winter Concerts at the Tower
This Winter the nonprofit Tower Theatre Foundation presents an array of entertainment opportunities. Executive Director, Ray Solley, says, “The lineup is full. It is varied. We want people to come to the Tower several times, and we want them to have a wonderful experience every time they’re here!”
Here is a taste of what’s on tap under the Tower Theatre’s marquee:
On January 10th come experience the Portland Cello Project who’ve built a reputation of mixing genres, blurring musical lines, and challenging perceptions wherever they go. This time, they’ll perform Radiohead’s iconic album “OK Computer” from start to finish. The evening is sponsored by long-time Tower supporters, Gary and Terry Reynolds.
Next, on January 12th, spend the evening with guitarist John Sebastian, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer known for founding The Lovin’ Spoonful and hits “Daydream,” “Do You Believe in Magic,” and “Summer in the City”… to name a few!
Don’t think you’re excused. January 18th and 19th Sister Strikes Again during Late Nite Catechism 2. In this interactive comedy she uses Chutes and Ladders to explain heaven and hell, and decrees new sins for the new millennium. It’s a comedic time-warp back to the days of Latin Mass, meatless Fridays, and rulers across the knuckles. So leave the Hail Marys at home and come laugh your sins off!
That’s not all! For the full event calendar visit www.towertheatre.org.