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Thumbnail for - Review: Gossip Changes Lives with its Live Show
Oct 11, 2012
moving in the right direction
The local band-made-big returned home for an infectious show that ended in profound transformation. Banging new local standout Magic Mouth opened.
Thumbnail for - 10th Annual FOUND Magazine Tour Hits PDX
Oct 8, 2012
Brothers Davy & Peter Rothbart bring voyeuristic snippets from other people's lives from the page to the stage tonight at Powell's and tomorrow at Holocene.
Thumbnail for - Review: Third Rail's That Hopey Changey Thing
Oct 7, 2012
Third Rail Repertory sets us a place at the Apple family table in this astute, humorous, but not always hardy telling of the political drama. Plays thru October 28.
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 - Review: Little Shop of Horrors
Sep 28, 2012
feed me, seymour!
Broadway Rose's production of the musical hits all the right notes: gallows-humorous, deliciously campy, and plenty of late-'50s R&B tunes.
Thumbnail for - Review: PCS's Sweeney Todd: the Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Sep 25, 2012
impeccably shaved
Portland Center Stage's production of Sondheim's macabre masterpiece is a delicious feast both grisly and divine. Playing through Oct 21.
Thumbnail for - TBA Day 7: Lagartijas Tiradas al Sol Double Review
Sep 12, 2012
political theater at its best
The Mexican theater collective tackles ambitious political topics with their two shows. Final performance tonight at 6:30.
Thumbnail for - Review: Shaking the Tree's Far Away by Caryl Churchill
Sep 4, 2012
if a war falls on the forest..
A biting political dystopia imagines a world where everything is at war, and 'us' versus 'them' has taken on absurd new heights.
Thumbnail for - Dora: A Headcase <em>By Lidia Yuknavitch</em>
Aug 23, 2012
Book Review
Oregon author Lidia Yuknavitch utilizes "the scary teenage girl" as a razor-edged scalpel for dissecting what it means to be categorized, typed, and diagnosed.
Thumbnail for - Review: 4 Men Only
Jul 24, 2012
separating the men from the boys
4 Men Only, a showcase of four solos by four male choreographers at Conduit, began as a phone call from the New York dancer Bob Eisen. He was coming through town and wanted to perform; was...
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