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Thumbnail for - Can Oregon Ballet Theatre Take On Race?
Apr 2, 2015
In a talk with Darrell Grand Moultrie, OBT aims to diversify its audience and enter the national conversation about race. Should ballet be about more than beauty?
Thumbnail for - The Latest in Portland Arts News—TEDx, Poetry, and Pigs
Apr 2, 2015
Plus a new home for NW Dance project and a training program for wannabe theater folk
Thumbnail for - Classical Crooners: Boyz II Men Meets the Oregon Symphony
Apr 1, 2015
Boyz II Men are joining the Oregon Symphony for a night of symphonic soul. But how did this happy marriage come about? We comb through their respective timelines to find out what brought the...
Thumbnail for - Offbeat Art: Three Shows that Break from the First Thursday Crawl
Apr 1, 2015
Not your first First Thursday? Try a new route around the arts world with these three art shows in alternative spaces.
Thumbnail for - Review: Wives and Knives in Third Rail's Belleville
Mar 31, 2015
A young married couple in Paris, some secrets that should never be spoken—what could go wrong? Third Rail brings home the evil.
Thumbnail for - Five Portland Colleges Come Together for PNCA Show
Mar 31, 2015
PNCA’s new building is to show a juried undergraduate exhibition from five different colleges and universities.
Thumbnail for - Why Do We Love Storytelling on Stage?
Mar 26, 2015
Portlanders are flocking to live storytelling events, with five local organizations offering them up. This month, RISK! comes to town to vie with the homegrown options for your confessional...
Thumbnail for - Top Things to Do This Weekend: Mar 26–29
Mar 26, 2015
In our weekend picks mash-up, a steampunk Congressman scours St. Johns for ways to save ancient Chinese culture from Mary, Queen of Scots. Also, Scarlett Johannsen!
Thumbnail for - Portland's Poet David Biespiel Talks Politics and Going Viral
Mar 25, 2015
With National Poetry Month just around the corner, poet David Biespiel talks about Portland's poetry scene, Michael Brown as poetic subject, and the legacy of America's longest-running newspaper...
Thumbnail for - Portland Playhouse's The Other Place Offers Heady Drama
Mar 24, 2015
Portland Playhouse hits—and rather uncomfortably close to home—with Sharr White’s close study of a disintegrating mind.
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