Aaron Scott

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Thumbnail for - Spider Woman
May 18, 2012
When you work for Cirque du Soleil, home is where the tent is.
Thumbnail for - Review: Imago Theatre’s ‘The Black Lizard’
May 17, 2012
The sexy sway of the Black Lizard sure has seduced Portland with her campy Japanese charms. Perhaps you’ve heard of her from Pink Martini’s “The Song of the Black Lizard,” the eerie but beautiful...
Thumbnail for - The Oregon Symphony Gets Dark and Seedy for Its Closing Concerts
May 16, 2012
When composer Igor Stravinsky’s angular, dissonant ballet The Rite of Spring premiered at Paris’s Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in 1913, its combination of jarring music, uncomfortable choreography,...
Thumbnail for - Bring It On: The Musical Goes to Broadway Courtesy of Oregon-born Theater Wunderkind
May 15, 2012
Don’t say Oregon don’t play on Broadway. Coos Bay born and raised theater boy Jeff Whitty, who won a Tony for his book to the pervy puppet musical Avenue Q, is going to take home his second...
Thumbnail for - Tomorrow Only: $30 Tickets to ‘It Ain’t Nothin’ but the Blues’
May 15, 2012
Right on the heels of Black Pearl Sings, Portland Center Stage is bringing more blues to town. And while it might be hard to feel the blues in weather like this, that doesn’t mean it’s hard to...
Thumbnail for - Listen to Gossip’s New Album (and also the Dandy Warhols)
May 9, 2012
Gossip just posted a stream for their new album, A Joyful Noise. It comes out May 22. We’ll have a full review up soon, but within the first two songs, it’s clear Beth’s solo foray into...
Thumbnail for - Live-Tweet Review: Candide
May 8, 2012
Last night, the Portland Opera invited a gaggle of comic book artists and media/blogger/writer folk to draw and live-tweet the first dress rehearsal for Candide, which opens on Friday. They...
Thumbnail for - Culturephile is on Twitter!
May 7, 2012
Dearest cultured folk of Portland, While we like to consider ourselves finely educated on the most current of artistic topics, we acknowledge that sometimes we might fall behind, if only...
Thumbnail for - First Thursday Sampler
May 3, 2012
There’s a strong theme, both playful and troubling, running through a number of shows this month involving technology, the digital world, and how it ties us together (or just as often separates...
Thumbnail for - Review: Next to Normal
May 1, 2012
What is it with the recent rash of plays in Portland about hysterical women having hallucinatory breakdowns? In the last five months, we’ve had Angels in America, Anna Karenina, the first...
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