Aaron Scott

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Thumbnail for - Review: NW Dance Project
Oct 5, 2012
The local world–class dance company tackles three ambitious world premieres, and award-winner Franco Nieto shines. Playing through Saturday at Lincoln Hall.
Thumbnail for - First Thursday
Oct 4, 2012
It might be the last sunny First Thursday. So get (gallery) hopping with our picks for the day and weekend, near and far.
Thumbnail for - Exclusive Interview: Grizzly Bear's Edward Droste
Oct 4, 2012
In preview of their concert tonight at the Keller, we talk with Droste about his cousin, Pink Martini's China Forbes, and what they have in store for Portland audiences (hint: floating jelly fishes).
Thumbnail for - OMG: The Book of Mormon Goes on Sale This Friday!
Oct 3, 2012
The biggest Broadway show on Earth (and any other celestial sphere) hits Portland in January. Tickets on sale Friday at 10 am.
Thumbnail for - New Music Video: Menomena’s “Plumage”
Oct 3, 2012
Assault rifles, smoking jackets, Evel Knievel suits, snifters, and rocket launchers. An outrageous musical one-upmanship that’s the best thing we’ve seen all week.
Thumbnail for - Artist Talk: Kara Walker
Sep 27, 2012
The controversial art star talks at Reed College on October 2 about her work exploring racism, sexuality, and violence. Her solo exhibit runs through November 18.
Thumbnail for - Slide Show Preview: White Bird's Le Grand Continental
Sep 26, 2012
This Sunday, over 150 people will fill Pioneer Square with the biggest choreographed dance the city's ever seen. Check out our photo preview.
Thumbnail for - Review: PCS's Sweeney Todd: the Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Sep 25, 2012
Portland Center Stage's production of Sondheim's macabre masterpiece is a delicious feast both grisly and divine. Playing through Oct 21.
Thumbnail for - PCS's Sweeney Todd Preview + Slide Show
Sep 20, 2012
Portland Center Stage tackles Sondheim's macabre masterpiece about a barber on a murderous rampage. We talk with the director and scenic designer.
Thumbnail for - TBA:12 in Retrospect
Sep 20, 2012
In its first year under the curation of artistic director Angela Mattox, the PICA fest got more thematically unified—and just plain better—as it progressed. Here's what worked (and didn't).
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