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Thumbnail for - Portland Playhouse's The Other Place Offers Heady Drama
Mar 24, 2015
THEATER REVIEW
Portland Playhouse hits—and rather uncomfortably close to home—with Sharr White’s close study of a disintegrating mind.
Thumbnail for - Irish Artists Talk Poetry, PDX, and American Audiences
Mar 17, 2015
IRISH ARTS
For St Patrick's day, two Irish artists now based here—one a poet, the other a theatre producer—tell us about the cultural connections between Oregon and Ireland.
Thumbnail for - Artists Rep's 'The Invisible Hand' Packs a Punch
Mar 16, 2015
THEATER REVIEW
Money and morals make for uneasy bedfellows, as the Artists Repertory makes clear in its Portland premier of Ayad Akhtar’s The Invisible Hand.
Thumbnail for - With Timmy Failure, the Oregon Children's Theatre Outsmarts Itself
Mar 9, 2015
THEATER REVIEW
A bestselling children’s book gets a world premiere stage adaptation from the Oregon Children’s Theatre. We like it—and that's maybe a problem.
Thumbnail for - The Portland Playbook: How to Create Theater Magic in 12 Steps
Feb 24, 2015
PORTLAND ARTS 101
A clever plan to collaborative creative success, from the team behind Oregon Children’s Theatre's Timmy Failure
Thumbnail for - Review: Artists Rep's <i>Tribes</i>
Feb 16, 2015
THEATER REVIEW
For a hearing audience, Nina Raine's play offers pitch-perfect acting and a fascinating challenge. For the Deaf community, a well-meaning gesture?
Thumbnail for - Review: Triangle's <i>Dr. Ruth</i> Gets Some, But Not Much
Feb 9, 2015
THEATER REVIEW
Despite Wendy Westerwelle’s star turn as the famously frank TV host, this one-woman show proves that even sex needs a good script.
Thumbnail for - How to End Poverty in 90 Minutes (On a Stage)
Feb 2, 2015
THEATER
Back from a five-year Portland absence, the innovative company Sojourn turns theater into a social-science laboratory.
Thumbnail for - Theater Review: PETE's 'Enter THE NIGHT'
Jan 29, 2015
REVIEW
An avante-garde script steeped in gender politics and racial minstrelsy; playwright María Irene Fornes's 1993 work may not stand the test of time, but it does offer PETE ways to shine.
Thumbnail for - <i>Threesome</i> World Premiere: It's Not About the Sex
Jan 29, 2015
WORLD PREMIERE
We ask playwright Yussef El Guindi why his new play—opening Jan 30 for its world premiere—aims to mix politics with pleasure.
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