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Aug 13, 2010
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Haven’t you heard? Artists Repertory Theater is about to host Long Day’s Journey Into Night, starring Oscar-winner William Hurt. On the eve of the big Portland debut, Culturephile eeked five...
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Aug 13, 2010
phile under: weekend picks
It’s opening weekend for the most prestigious play in town, starring Oscar-winner William Hurt, and “Queen of Australian Theater” Robyn Nevin. The critically revered Eugene O’Neill play is one of...
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Aug 9, 2010
phile under: queer friendly
You go into Sunday brunch with certain expectations. Coffee. Omelettes. Perhaps some toast. What you least expect is a fully frocked and coiffed cadre of drag queens, prepping to put on a show....
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Aug 6, 2010
phile under: weekend picks
First Friday First Thursday. Last Thursday. It seems every gallery district wants to lay claim to one notable monthly day. In biblical parlance, “The first shall be last, and the last shall be...
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Jul 23, 2010
phile under: weekend
Uprising! of OBT Sat-Sun 7pm Chamber-folk veterans Weinland and Laura Gibson will fuse their reedy croons with the swoops and leaps of ballet dancers from OBT, to elevate both art forms into a...
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Jul 16, 2010
phile under: weekend picks
Sand In The City There may be no better symbol of summer than the sand castle. Whimsical, natural, golden, and temporary, the sand castle is a classic metaphor for momentary splendor. Your kids...
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Jul 9, 2010
phile under: weekend
PICA Turns 15 A woman in stylish safety goggles, calmly and methodically breaking glass. Children cutting adults’ hair. Beat-boxers, light-boxes, ukelele-wielding trannies—these are some of the...
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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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