118 is proud to sponsor three upcoming shows in Portland

We are proud to support the arts in Portland— an important component of life in the city. We hope you join us for…

Portland Ballet’s performance of Bolero to Bayadere

March 29

From the sensual Bolero, to the ethereal La Bayadere, to the fun of Somebody with music by Queen, this show has something for everyone.

“Portland Ballet presents an evening of premieres and audience favorites. From the hypnotic beauty and precision of the ‘Kingdom of the Shades’ scene from the classical ballet La Bayadere to the world premiere of Bolero, a contemporary work by award winning choreographer Joseph Jefferies, this will be an unforgettable evening. This program will also feature audience favorites choreographed by Nell Shipman including the dramatic Push Me Pull You, the enticing Si Je T’aime, and everyone’s favorite, Somebody, with music by Queen.”

For details and to purchase tickets, visit PortlandBallet.org

Good Theater’s production of Underwater Guy

April 2-13

Writer/producer, Steve Underwood describes:

“I love being underwater. Something called to me seven years ago, at age 50, to learn more about free diving, so I took some classes with world champion Martin Stepanek. I was surprised to discover that I have really big lungs! Back in Maine, I started filming in lakes, ponds, rivers and streams. I immediately got hooked. Eighty bodies of Maine water later, I’ve gathered some beautiful HD footage, and my travels have taken me as a far as Hawaii and the Caribbean. This show mixes underwater footage and other visual elements with my own “underwater stories”, as told by a number of colorful characters. I’ve had a lot of fun creating this show.  I hope you’ll drop by the theater and dive in with me…”

For details or to purchase tickets, visit StLawrenceArts.org


John Gorka, St. Lawrence Arts benefit concert

April 6


“John Gorka is an honored icon of folk tradition. Energetic acoustic music that is not a trend, not a fad, but an expression of everyday life, is his trademark. John’s rich baritone voice and unique songcraft weave a magical spell that can only be described as ‘Gorka.’ Now with this, his 11th studio album, he returns to his roots with So Dark You See, his most compelling and traditional album to date. It has been widely praised as some of John’s finest work.”

For details or to purchase tickets, visit StLawrenceArts.org



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