Saturday, October 5, 2013

Dramatic Fairy Tale Readings by "Grimm" Cast Members At Wordstock Today!

Gov. John Kitzhaber, from left, and David Giuntoli, star of the TV series "Grimm," carved into a monsterous cake last year. Bitsie Tulloch, Silas Weir Mitchell and Russell Hornsby watched the governor skewer a decorative monster. 
How neat is this? I just found out about this right when I was supposed to be signing off so forgive the mass copy & paste of information here but I don't want those who are in the Wordstock neighborhood (aka Portland, OR) to miss out!

From Oregon Live:
Silas Weir Mitchell and Bitsie Tulloch, stars of the filmed-in-Portland NBC series "Grimm,"will read favorite fairy tales by the Brothers Grimm at 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, atWordstock. Mitchell plays Monroe the Blutbad on the show and Tulloch is Juliette Silverton, the girlfriend of Monroe's partner Nick. Tulloch, active on Twitter, asked everyone to join her and Mitchell as they read to "kids/you!" "Grimm" begins its third season Oct. 25 and has been filming all over town.
A new development for the imminent Wordstock Festival stages, NBC’s GRIMM, the popular drama series inspired by the classic Grimm Brothers' Fairy Tales, filmed right here in Portland, will make a literary appearance! In advance of their 3rd Season premiere, October 25th, GRIMM cast members, Silas Weir Mitchell and Bitsie Tulloch share dramatic readings of their favorite Brothers Grimm fairy tales with Wordstock audiences. Where, when, how you ask? Join us at Wordstock Saturday, October 5 at the McMenamins Stage. 

Silas Weir Mitchell stars in the acclaimed drama series as Monroe. When Portland Homicide Dectective, Nick Burkhardt, learns he is a "Grimm" charged with keeping balance between humanity and mythology, Blutbad Monroe (think Werewolf post anger management) steps in reluctantly to guide him. 
Bitsie Tulloch stars as Juliette Silverton, Nick's loyal girlfriend, who is wary of his recent forays into the Grimm world. 
Wondering how to fit this in your chalk-full schedule? For full festival event schedule and ticketing information, visit

Wordstock Festival At A GlanceOct 3, 4. Parties, flash readings and events all around Portland.Oct 5, 6. Book Fair at the Oregon Convention Center(777 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd Portland, OR)Book Fair hours: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Saturday and SundayAges 13 and under —FREEAdvance General Admission (with parking and beverage discount)— $7 per dayDay-of General Admission—$11 per dayStudent Ticket (with valid ID) — $5 per day*Find further ticketing, event, and author details at
I'm curious to know what tales they will all be reading. If you go, let us know!

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