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Thumbnail for - Review: Red
Mar 8, 2012
painting the town...
We’re reaching the vibrant red peak of what the mayor may as well declare Mark Rothko Appreciation Month. Portland Art Museum’s 45-piece retrospective of the revolutionary abstract expressionist...
Thumbnail for - Review: Shakespeare’s Amazing Cymbeline
Feb 27, 2012
striking the proper chord
For our preview of Chris Coleman’s production from our January issue, click here. Chris Colemon’s Shakespeare’s Amazing Cymbeline succeeds in making a rather difficult play not merely accessible,...
Thumbnail for - Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail
Feb 23, 2012
Now Read This
Portland author Cheryl Strayed finds herself on the Pacific Crest Trail in a new memoir.
Thumbnail for - Peter Halley’s Neon Installation Will Tickle Your Brain
Feb 8, 2012
green zone
The geometric cells and conduits of Peter Halley’s installation, “Prison,” at Disjecta buzz with a seeming kinetic energy. Covering the walls of the 3000 square foot gallery and glowing green...
Thumbnail for - Slideshow + Review: Madame Butterfly
Feb 4, 2012
kimo-know
  Summary Poor Cio-Cio-San. First she falls for the fickle charms of US Naval Officer Pinkerton, even forsaking her family’s religion, Buddhism, to make herself a more suitable bride to the...
Thumbnail for - Music Review: Totalwerks Vol 1 by One Model Nation
Jan 26, 2012
Now Hear This
Dandy Warhols front man branches out on record and in print.
Thumbnail for - Meshi Chavez:  …or be dragged
Jan 26, 2012
pushed and pulled
Through a visceral solo performance titled …or to be dragged, Portland dancer, butoh performer, and choreographer Meshi Chavez explores the process of confronting the myriad choices life...
Thumbnail for - Review: Famished
Jan 23, 2012
food fight
When you walk into Portland Playhouse’s world premiere play Famished, you are given a card asking, “What are you really hungry for?” Tacos, sex, maybe a Pine State biscuit? Playwright Eugenia...
Thumbnail for - Review: The North Plan
Jan 23, 2012
red-alert state
In an all-too-plausible dystopian future, the US government has gone into “red alert.” As Facebook, Twitter, and online bank accounts flicker and founder, high-ranking government agents use the...
Thumbnail for - Review: (I Am Still) the Duchess of Malfi
Jan 14, 2012
If Quentin Tarantino remade the classic Jacobean tragedy...
Artists Repertory Theatre’s contemporary re-imagining of the Jacobean revenge tragedy The Duchess of Malfi, re-titled (I Am Still) The Duchess of Malfi, begins with the portly Cardinal (Todd Van...
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