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Thumbnail for - The New Season at Portland Center Stage
Mar 2, 2010
Dust off your turbans and any rhinestone gee-gaws left from your own Hollywood heyday, and get to the Armory theater. On September 14, Norma Desmond will lead the sweep down the stairs as Sunset...
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Feb 18, 2010
phile under: music
The Devil is played by a boombox. A Medieval morality play gets a 21st century treatment by Stephen Marc Beaudoin, Ben Landsverk, Kaj-anne Pepper, the FourScore classical manband and friends. If...
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Feb 2, 2010
phile under: theater
Willow Jade, written by local playwright Hunt Holman, received a staged reading at Portland Center Stage’s JAW Festival in 2008. And now its back, enjoying a full-blooded, fully staged premiere...
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Jan 22, 2010
Well, well, well— it turns out that I’m dumping all y’all to move to Nashville and become Ann Patchett’s new best friend. It’s not that much of a surprise, really, that the author of The...
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Jan 19, 2010
phile under: Fertile Ground
Come one, come all, and see over a dozen world premieres, and more than 50 other art events, readings, workshops, visual art, dance and music, all made in Portland. The second annual Fertile...
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Dec 4, 2009
I am delighted by the storytelling evenings that have sprung up on stages around town. It is the perfect evening of performance to treat yourself to in the dead of winter. Why? 1) your fancy pants...
Thumbnail for - Big Acts on the Small Stage
Nov 23, 2009
phile under: theater
Something really good is happening on stage at Portland Playhouse Theater. Bingo with the Indians opened there on Saturday night. The play was written by Pulitzer Prize finalist Adam Rapp and...
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Nov 13, 2009
phile under: theater
The great thing about going to see the new production at Hand2Mouth, is that as an audience there is the privilege of watching new theater get made. Everyone Who Looks Like You is playing now...
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Oct 21, 2009
phile under: theater
August: Osage County is a new family drama in the classic American theater tradition. The playwright, Chicago-based Tracy Letts, is a major voice on the modern American stage. He was awarded...
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Oct 19, 2009
phile under: theater
May sits on the edge of her bed, in an anonymous room, in a divey motel, on the outskirts of the Mojave desert. Her feet are bare, her head hangs low, her face is hidden by a tumble of blonde...
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