Upcoming Concerts & Shows
Throughout his own career Arlo Guthrie has honored his father in song as well as in life. Moving beyond the centennial of Woody’s 100th birthday, Arlo and the kid(s) return to the Columbia Theatre continuing the celebration of Woody Guthrie’s immeasurable contributions to the landscape of American folk music.
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Kelso Kiwanis are back with "Got Talent?" Some of the best regional talent compete to take home the prize! Vocalists, musicians, and much more!
Masked performers, dancers, a mystical storyteller, puppets and video projection are used to explore the oral history of the native people of the Pacific Coast. Performance includes such stories as the creation myth, the connection of people with the salmon, orca and sea turtle as well as some of the oral history surrounding the creation of Mt. St. Helens, Spirit Lake, and a Kwakiutl myth about Tsnoqua-The Timber Giant! Live music and drums bring these ancient legends to life.
High Art is an elegant fusion of dance, original music, storytelling, circus arts and rich theatrical design. Masterpieces like Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss and Pablo Picasso’s Girl Before a Mirror, serve as inspiration and lead audiences through a touching story about the cycles of life. With acts often occurring simultaneously in the air and on the ground, the show is a feast for the senses. Since 2000, Pendulum has been renowned for its artistry, visual excitement and mastery of multi-disciplinary arts. Full of visual excitement and intellectual stimulation, High Art has audiences of all ages spellbound.
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Jamie Donegan is back to direct this Broadway-style variety show and fundraiser featuring the talent of our local community. It is a heavy dose of fun-filled musical numbers with just a "twist" of some perfectly wonderful moments you will never forget. All proceeds benefit Longview Pioneer Lions charitable causes and the Columbia Theatre.
John Chapman, an early American naturalist, travels the newly- expanding nation learning from Native Americans, and spreading his growing knowledge to the pioneers. He plants both apple seeds and a love of nature wherever he goes. His lessons of environmental stewardship, conservation and sustainability are especially relevant to children today, as they learn to protect and respect the beauty of nature around them.