The Clinton Red Tent
The Clinton Red Tent
On this wintry February evening, the Clinton Street Theater will be transformed into a Red Tent. Director Isadora Gabrielle Leidenfrost will be in attendance for a Question & Answer session following the film, and to facilitate our red tent experience.
At the beginning of the evening, music will be provided by the Aurora Chorus Outreach Ensemble, and $2.50 of every ticket sold will go to the Aurora Chorus general fund.
Since 1992, Aurora Chorus has honored the strength and beauty of women's lives through the fine art of choral singing. Aurora was founded on the belief that music can be a powerful instrument of peace, locally, globally, and in the hearts of all who listen and all who sing. In an atmosphere of personal growth and cooperation, Aurora is proud to provide both novice and experienced singers with an unparalleled opportunity to expand and transform a love of singing into an understanding and appreciation of healthy vocal production, choral technique, musical expression and literacy.
Led by director Joan Szymko, Aurora Chorus consists of over 100 singers from the Portland/Vancouver metro area, presents two full length concerts each season, and performs at community outreach events throughout the year.
Limited seating so don't miss out! Buy tickets in advance through Brown Paper Tickets.
Things We Don’t Talk About: Woman’s Stories from the Red Tent is a groundbreaking 72-minute documentary film by award winning filmmaker Isadora Gabrielle Leidenfrost, PhD. Spontaneous and organic, a Red Tent is a red textile space where women gather to rest, renew, and often share deep and powerful stories about their lives. The Red Tent movement is changing the way that women interact and support each other by providing a place that honors and celebrates women, and by enabling open conversations about the things that women don’t want to talk about in other venues. Things We Don’t Talk About weaves together healing narratives from inside the Red Tent to shine a spotlight on this vital, emergent women’s tradition.
This film is intended for a mature audience.