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Milagro, 525 SE Stark

525 SE Stark Street
Portland, OR 97214, US (map)

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  • Sunday
    Dec 10 2017
    Posada Milagro 2017

    Posada Milagro 2017 A family celebration of Christmas at Milagro

    FREE and open to the public

    Milagro invites the whole family to enjoy the Posada Milagro on Sunday, December 10, 2017 from 1 PM – 5 PM. Enter through El Zócalo at El Centro Milagro, 537 SE Stark Street, Portland.

    2017 marks the 15th annual Posada Milagro. This community celebration, filled with Latin American traditions and culture, reflects upon the journey of Mary and Joseph in their search for refuge. The day’s festivities include arts and crafts activities, storytelling for children five and under, a piñata for all ages, and of course traditional foods for purchase by Tortilleria y Tienda De Leon’s. We will also feature performances in the theatre at 2 PM and 4 PM, featuring music and folkloric dances by Ballet Papalotl and Colectivo Son Jarocho de Portland, and the traditional Pastorela. Tickets for the performances in the theatre are free and will be distributed on a first come/first served basis beginning at 1 PM.

    As in previous years, Milagro has partnered with Oregon Food Bank to collect food for its hunger-relief agencies throughout Oregon and Clark County, Washington. Please bring canned food/non-perishable items to help make this food drive a success!

    Posada Milagro 2017 is made possible by community volunteers and a grant from OnPoint Community Credit Union and El Centinela.

    EVENT DETAILS Posada Milagro 2017 Date and Time Sunday December 10, 2017 1 PM – 5 PM Admission: FREE Tickets for the performances in the theatre are free and will be distributed on a first come/first served basis beginning at 1 PM.

    Activities Arts and crafts for children of all ages Storytelling for children under five Traditional food for purchase by Tortillería y Tienda De León Piñatas Performance at 2 PM and 4 PM

    ABOUT MILAGRO As the premier Latino arts and culture center of the Pacific Northwest, Milagro has provided extraordinary Latino theatre, culture, and arts education for the enrichment of all communities since 1985. Teatro Milagro, Milagro’s touring & arts education program, presents its original bilingual plays and educational residencies to diverse and underserved communities across the nation. On the mainstage, Milagro produces a full season of regional or world premieres, including one Spanish-language play each year, as well as our long-running Día de Muertos signature production. We entertain our audiences; we give them pause to think, feel and imagine; and, through the cultural lens of Latinidad, we reflect the full spectrum of humanity.

    For more information about Milagro, visit milagro.org or call 503-236-7253.

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  • Thursday
    Dec 7 2017
    Racism and Resilience in Oregon's Past & Future

    Please join us for a free discussion entitled "Race and Place: Racism and Resilience in Oregon's Past & Future" hosted by Friends of Trees in cooperation with Oregon Humanities statewide Conversation Project.

    Friends of Trees recognizes that not everyone has equal access to the benefit of trees. Who has access to trees and their benefits, and the systems that set up these inequities are very much related to our state-wide history. We can't undo that history, but we can do better moving forward, together. Please join us and learn more with our staff, volunteers, and community members.

    Oregonians envision a future that includes communities built on values of diversity, equity, and inclusion. At the same time, we live in a society that marginalizes and excludes people of color. Facilitators Anita Yap and Traci Price will lead participants in a conversation that looks at how Oregon’s history of racism influences our present and asks, How can understanding historic and current impacts of racism in Oregon contribute to our sense of place and vision of the future? How can diversity and inclusion create thriving communities?

    Program information: https://www.oregonhumanities.org/programs/conversation-project/catalog/race-and-place/

    RSVPs are requested but are not required.

    For more information about this free community discussion, please contact Anne Marie Santos at (503) 467-2522 or annemaries@friendsoftrees.org

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  • Thursday
    Oct 19 2017
    Milagro presents: ÉXODO by Tracy Cameron Francis and Roy Antonio Arauz
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    Milagro, 525 SE Stark

    World Premiere - Bilingual Created with Tracy Cameron Francis and Roy Antonio Arauz

    ABOUT THE PLAY
    How do you carry those you left behind? Milagro’s 22nd annual Día de Muertos program presents a new, company devised espectáculo built around the theme of diaspora. Inspired by the Egyptian Book of the Dead and recent refugee stories, we embark on a journey of the living and the dead as they both seek safety and peace in a new home.

    WHEN
    Oct 19-Nov 12, 2017
    Thursday – Saturday at 7:30 PM, Sundays at 2 PM
    Thursday, Oct 19, 7:30 PM — Preview
    Friday, Oct 20, 7:30 PM — Opening Night

    WHERE
    Milagro Theatre, 525 SE Stark Street, Portland, OR, 97214

    ADMISSION
    Adult tickets are $27 in Advance, $32 at the door.
    Discount for students, seniors, veterans, groups 15+, and with the Oregon Trail card through the Arts for All program.
    Senior tickets are $25 in Advance, $30 at the door.
    Student/ Veteran tickets are $20 in Advance, $25 at the door.
    Tickets available at milagro.org or 503-236-7253.

    ENSEMBLE:

    • Patricia Alvitez
    • Robi Arce
    • Kushi Beauchamp
    • Jean-Luc Boucherot
    • Tonea Lolin
    • Samson Syharath

    DESIGN TEAM:

    • Stage Manager- Shira Goldeen
    • Set Designer- Emily Wilken
    • Lighting Designer- Kim Williams
    • Costume Designer- Carrie Anne Huneycutt
    • Sound Designer- Ryan Francis
    • Properties Master- Sarah Andrews

    More information and tickets go to milagro.org/event/exodo-dia-de-muertos/

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  • Saturday
    Jun 10 2017
    Remounting of Swimming While Drowning by Emilio Rodriguez

    Milagro, 525 SE Stark

    This late night event is pay what you will.

    Tickets may be purchased in advance at Milagro.org or with cash at the door.

    Due to the overwhelming popularity of Swimming While Drowning by Emilio Rodriguez and directed by Francisco Garcia, we are remounting this production with a simplified set for two nights only.

    Invite your friends that may have missed it and join us again for the production that stole our hearts in February.

    CAST Michel Castillo: ANGELO Blake Stone: MILA

    ABOUT THE PLAY When teenager Angelo Mendez decides to leave his home out of fear of further disappointing his homophobic father, he encounters a world he was not prepared for at an LGBT homeless shelter in Los Angeles. Spoken word poetry and teen romance collide in this coming of age story as two homeless teens find inspiration to live life on their own terms.

    Running time: 70 minutes

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  • Friday
    Jun 9 2017
    Remounting of Swimming While Drowning by Emilio Rodriguez

    Milagro, 525 SE Stark

    This late night event is pay what you will.

    Tickets may be purchased in advance at Milagro.org or with cash at the door.

    Due to the overwhelming popularity of Swimming While Drowning by Emilio Rodriguez and directed by Francisco Garcia, we are remounting this production with a simplified set for two nights only.

    Invite your friends that may have missed it and join us again for the production that stole our hearts in February.

    CAST Michel Castillo: ANGELO Blake Stone: MILA

    ABOUT THE PLAY When teenager Angelo Mendez decides to leave his home out of fear of further disappointing his homophobic father, he encounters a world he was not prepared for at an LGBT homeless shelter in Los Angeles. Spoken word poetry and teen romance collide in this coming of age story as two homeless teens find inspiration to live life on their own terms.

    Running time: 70 minutes

    Website