$30,000 for development exec and new educational initiative
Bend’s Holiday Family Tradition Returns!
“Wild and Swingin’ Holiday Party” features special collaboration with Bourbon Street and Marz Restaurants
NEW ORLEANS is CENTERSTAGE at the TOWER
“A Creole Christmas” features special collaboration with Bourbon Street and Marz Restaurants
The Bend Surgery Center’s Foundation Series continues Monday, November 22 at 7:30 pm with Ireland's most successful crossover performers, The Celtic Tenors.
The new Portland ensemble The Oregonian calls “light-hearted, entertaining and impressive” makes their Central Oregon debut at the Tower, Tuesday, November 9 at 7:30 pm.
One of the most popular science fiction franchises of all time is coming to Bend. Sunday afternoon, November 7, the Tower Theatre Foundation beams up Mad Science Productions’ “Star Trek Live” – a 60-minute interactive stage show whisking the audience into an exciting intergalactic adventure to save the world. The program is part of the Tower Foundation’s new focus on family and educational events.
“Rocky Horror Picture Show” returns to the Tower Halloween Eve, plus costume contest and “Time Warp” dance lessons.
Bend’s historic downtown theatre is making history of its own. Over the past several months, the landmark venue—owned and operated by the nonprofit Tower Theatre Foundation—hosted its 1,000th event, welcomed its 250,000th theatre-goer, and signed up a record 425 members.
Tickets are on sale now for the special benefit performance of A.R. Gurney’s hit play “Love Letters,” set for Saturday, October 2 at 8 p.m. at the Tower Theatre. The play, a fund-raiser for the Sisters Schools Foundation, stars two well-known actors, Gregory Harrison and Linda Purl, who are donating their time to benefit local schools.