Festival Musical(s)
Festival Events Calendar
Monday Aug 1
6:00 pIt's De-Lovely
Thursday Aug 4
10:00 aBorn To Dance
4:30 pMovie Bios of Porter
7:30 pAll Of You
Friday Aug 5
10:00 aKiss Me, Kate
1:30 pJazz Transformations
2:30 pNow You Has Jazz
4:30 pAround The World w/ Porter
7:30 pCole Jazz
Saturday Aug 6
10:00 aYou're The Top! Marathon
2:30 pKiss Me, Kate
4:30 pRestoring Anything Goes
7:30 pAnything Goes!
Sunday Aug 7
2:30 pAnything Goes!
Tuesday Aug 9
7:30 pAnything Goes!
Wednesday Aug 10
10:00 aPanama Hattie
2:30 pLet's Do It!
4:30 pClassic Paris
7:30 pAnything Goes!
7:30 pPorter In Paris
Thursday Aug 11
10:00 aSilk Stockings
2:30 pI Get A Kick
4:30 pPorter As Balladeer
7:30 pClassic Porter
Friday Aug 12
10:00 aFilm: Can-Can
2:30 pYou're Sensational
4:30 pSong Styles
7:30 pAnything Goes!
Saturday Aug 13
7:30 pAll Through The Night
The Shedd Ticket Office
Hearing Loop

Spaces looped
– at The Shedd –

Jaqua Concert Hall
Sheffer Recital Hall
Cole Gallery
Warren Court
Room B09
Shedd Ticket Office
Will Call desk

Afternoon Concert
Let's Do It!
Comic Cole Porter
Wed Aug 10, 2:30-4:00 pm
Jaqua Concert Hall, The Shedd Institute
Broadway Pearl District
Afternoon Concerts Sponsor
OFAM 2005 Title Sponsor
Broadway Pearl District
Afternoon Concerts Sponsor
OFAM 2005 Title Sponsor
OFAM 2005 Title Sponsor
  • Description
  • Personnel
  • Program
Not all of Cole Porter's songs are evocative of top hats and martinis–he was also an acknowledged master of the comedy song, as evidenced by gems like "Find Me a Primitive Man", "Miss Otis Regrets", "The Tale of the Oyster", "I've A Shooting Box In Scotland", "I'm A Gigolo", "Down In The Depths On The 90th Floor", "Let's Do It" and "Give ‘Em the Oo-La-La". We welcome saxophonist Harry Allen and OFAM's favorite clarinetist, Ken Peplowski, to the festival for its second week, along with the irrepressible, always extremely-entertaining Ian Whitcomb! They'll be joined by Dick and his rhythm section, Shirley Andress, Ty Stephens and Julie Alsin for plenty of fun. So prepare for a light-hearted afternoon concert full of mirth and merriment–the Cole Porter way!
Event Personnel
Julie Alsin, vocals
Shirley Andress, vocals
Ty Stephens, vocals
Ian Whitcomb, vocals
Dick Hyman, piano, director
Harry Allen, saxophone
Frank Capp, percussion
Doug Miller, bass
Ken Peplowski, clarinet
 I’m A Gigolo
(1929) Cole Porter (w/m)
 They All Fall In Love
(1929) Cole Porter (w/m)
 Find Me A Primitive Man
(1929) Fifty Million Frenchmen Cole Porter (w/m)
 Let’s Not Talk About Love
(1935) Let's Face It Cole Porter (w/m)
 Most Gentlemen Don’t Like Love
(1938) Cole Porter (w/m)
 Down In The Depths On The 90th Floor
(1936) Cole Porter (w/m)
 The Tale Of The Oyster
(1934) Cole Porter (w/m)
 Miss Otis Regrets
(1934) Cole Porter (w/m)
(1939) Du Barry Was A Lady Cole Porter (w/m)
 Don't Fence Me In
(1936) Robert Fletcher (w) Cole Porter (w/m)
 Give ‘Em The Oo-La-La
(1939) Du Barry Was A Lady Cole Porter (w/m)
 Do I Love You?
(1939) Du Barry Was A Lady Cole Porter (w/m)
 I've A Shooting Box In Scotland
(1914) T. Lawrason Riggs (w) Cole Porter (m)
(1941) Cole Porter (w/m)

Ticket/Venue Info
Let's Do It! Ticket Prices
Discount Prices
AA28.00  24.00  22.50  21.00  14.00 
A22.00  18.75  17.75  16.50  11.00 
B18.00  15.50  14.50  13.50  9.00 
O18.00  15.50  14.50  13.50  9.00 
Jaqua Concert Hall
The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts
285 E Broadway
Eugene, Oregon
OFAM 2005 Title Sponsor