This Sunday.


Earlier this year, Portland was taken by storm when a little something called Trek in the Park made its debut. Proving that theater truly was a medium with no boundaries, Trek in the Park was just the opening shot from the folks at the Atomic Arts theater company; their new production, a live stageplay of the classic vampire tale Nosferatu, is currently dispelling any doubts about this group’s longevity on the Portland entertainment scene.

This Sunday, Adam Rosko and Jesse Graff of Atomic Arts will be my guests on another brand-new episode of Outlook Portland, Sunday at 6:30am, only on NW32 TV.

We’ll talk about the origin of their theatrical troupe, how their version of Nosferatu is really three vampire movies in one, and whether we’ll see a return of Trek in the Park.

So, if you’re needing your Rick Emerson fix, a fan of vampires and/or theater, or you’re just mixing your umpteenth Sunday-morning Bloody Mary and wondering what the hell is on TV…there’s one show that fits all your needs: Outlook Portland, Sunday at 6:30am, only on NW32 TV…the home of Gossip Girl, Melrose, and Rick Emerson!


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