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Thumbnail for - Review: Portland Playhouse's Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson
Nov 10, 2012
doily wearing muffin tops
Extended thru November 25. The ferociously witty emo rock musical about the seventh president swings with the unbridled energy of a Western carnival ride operated by Monty Python.
Thumbnail for - Review: Defunkt Theatre's The Homecoming
Oct 31, 2012
the staring game
Defunkt plays up the humor of Pinter's dark masterpiece, but overplays the drama. Thru Nov. 17.
Thumbnail for - Preview: Weinland Plays Record-Release Shows This Weekend
Oct 24, 2012
Dr. Record & Mr. Live
With their new album, the Portland folk-rock mainstays successfully capture their livelier live sound. Hear it at Mississippi Studios Friday and Saturday.
Thumbnail for - Review: Portland Center Stage's Body of an American
Oct 15, 2012
With a masterly script and commanding performances, Portland Center Stage's latest, world-premiere production brilliantly casts a light into humanity's shadowy psychic spaces.
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.
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