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Thumbnail for - First Thursday Sampler
Apr 5, 2012
Photo: The Garbage Collectors Nigel Dickinson’s Smokey Mountain, Cambodia at Blue Sky Gallery At the Smokey Mountain rubbish dump in Phnom Penh, Cambodia (so named for the perpetually burning...
Thumbnail for - Portland Playhouse’s "The Brother/Sister Plays," Part 1
Apr 3, 2012
Oya is a track star who “breathes like the wind,” and runs like it, too. But In the Red and Brown Water, the first play in The Brother/Sister Plays trilogy, she’s not fast enough to outrace her...
Thumbnail for - Carrie Brownstein on Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!
Apr 2, 2012
The country’s love of Portlandia (or at least the media’s) shows no sign of slowing. This weekend, Carrie Brownstein made a star radio turn on the NPR quiz show Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! for the...
Thumbnail for - Interview with the Director of The Brother/Sister Plays
Mar 29, 2012
In the annals of graduate school theater, few productions have rocketed to the success of the The Brother/Sister Plays. First workshopped at the Yale School of Drama in 2006 by...
Thumbnail for - Back Fence PDX Greatest Hits!
Mar 28, 2012
If the local storytelling phenom Back Fence PDX created a live greatest-hits album, this would be it: Side A – Be Careful What You Wish For: Dreams, Idols, Obsessions (Thursday night): Lauren...
Thumbnail for - Interview: Moshe Kasher
Mar 27, 2012
In preview of his uncomfortably funny memoir, Kasher in the Rye: The True Tale of a White Boy from Oakland Who Became a Drug Addict, Criminal, Mental Patient, and Then Turned 16, stand up...
Thumbnail for - Review: Linda Austin’s A head of time
Mar 24, 2012
There’re no shortage of things in Linda Austin’s and Performance Works Northwest’s new ensemble work, A head of time, at Imago Theatre: 300 blankets, eight dancers, five small mobile TVs, several...
Thumbnail for - Five Questions with… Radiolab
Mar 23, 2012
Who or what is Radiolab? "Two free-floating particles going out together against the universe."
Thumbnail for - Bump & Rhyme
Mar 23, 2012
Madison High librarian Nancy Sullivan inspires young poets to dream big.
Thumbnail for - Win Tickets to Anaïs Mitchell’s Hadestown
Mar 22, 2012
Singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell is bringing her critically acclaimed folk opera, Hadestown, to the Doug Fir on Wednesday, March 28. A post-apocalyptic, depression-era retelling of the Orpheus...
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