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Jun 28, 2010
phile under: live review
There are two types of people in the world: those who love RENT, and those who despise it. It’s melodramatic. It’s idealistic. It’s angsty. It’s maxed out with poetic double meanings that have...
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Jun 18, 2010
Phile under: What to Do
Wanderlust Circus presents The Rose Rush Time to bust out your bustier and untangle your fishnets, for the monthly vaudevillian freak-fest that is Wanderlust Circus. For The Rose Rush,...
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Jun 11, 2010
phile under: early summer family fun
Much Adoe About Nothing Original Practice Shakespeare, or OPS, is committed to keeping it old school—meaning sixteenth century. In its kickoff weekend, the group presents Shakespeare’s Much Adoe...
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Jun 4, 2010
Season Enders
OBT’s Bolero "If you want to see OBT perform this summer, you’ll have to buy a plane ticket to Korea," warns artistic director Christopher Stowell. While that may be an option for some, it’s...
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May 31, 2010
Arts Happenings
This last Sunday and Wednesday, I went to the theater—or, rather, I went to bars that were hosting theater productions. And I learned that these are not the same thing. Bar-hosted theater...
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May 24, 2010
Culturephile: Theater
When I was 14, I went to a religious boarding school—and last week, I went back, via Artist Rep’s whip-smart and bittersweet Catholic schoolgirl musical, Gracie and The Atom. But before I say...
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May 14, 2010
The lights went down at the World Trade Center Theater last night. In the half light onstage, four formidable actresses took their places onstage. The lights came up center stage and we are...
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Apr 29, 2010
phile under: theater
Got a little free time this week while you’re waiting for the overly aggressive April squalls to clear? Melancholy Play, in its final weekend onstage at Portland Actors Conservatory, is worth a...
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Apr 19, 2010
phile under: Theater
Re-imagining the Shakespearean world is nothing new. It’s a tried-and-true method for providing a more familiar context to the Bard’s 17th century themes. However, some play-and-setting...
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Apr 15, 2010
phile under: theater
Summer theater is traditionally filled with sticky folding chairs at various fringe festivals, or a single burst of high-brow energy spent trundling to Ashland to see opensy-airsy...
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