The weekend is back, Portland! Artists Repertory Theatre opens Indecent this weekend. Drag Queen Brunch goes a little more adult at Divas Dinner! Get twice the show at Funhouse Lounge’s Date Night Double Feature. And sample all the local spirits at Oregon Distilled.
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February 19-March 8 @ Lincoln Performance Hall – Sholem Asch’s play The God of Vengeance made a splash on Broadway in 1923, when it was shut down after six weeks of running, and all of the actors were arrested on charges of obscenity.
Special Available through February 16 – You can still take advantage of Artist Repertory Theatre’s holiday half subscription sale! These tickets in a package are cheaper than individual tickets.
The Weekend is back, Portland! Get a head start on your next adventure at the RV & Van Show. Artists Repertory Theatre kicks off their ART on Tour Season w/ 1984. Hear adults breathe life into their childhood memories w/ Mortified Portland. And get a taste of Portland’s wonderful food scene w/ Feast Portland.
The Weekend is back, Portland! Have to visited the Alien Zoo yet? You have less than a month left to join the hunt for Bigfoot w/ Portland Spirit! Revisit 1984 w/ Artists Repertory Theatre. Killer Queen honors John Waters on Friday, and Turbulence Returns!
September 7-October 6 @ Imago Theatre – Always under the watchful eye of Big Brother, Winston has nowhere to turn and no one to trust as anyone or anything could be running surveillance on behalf of the government. The Thought Police monitor society and dole out nightmarish punishments on behalf of the authoritarian Party, who […]
The weekend is back, Portland! The Cupcake Girls is celebrating 8 years with a benefit party. Learn How to Really, Really? Really! Love a Woman @ Curious Comedy ANNEX this weekend and next. Club Privata keeps the Mardi Gras Party going. Ian Karmel comes home for two shows at Revolution Hall. And Wolf Play opens […]
March 10-April 7 @ Morrison Stage – In a world where people struggle to have children, one American couple decides to ‘un-adopt’ their young Korean son because they have a newborn at home. After an internet chat room search for the right family, the father ‘re-homes’ the boy with a lesbian couple, where one half […]
December 6-30 @ Northwest Children’s Theater – It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play is a fun, heartwarming delight for the whole family. “It’s easy for the audience to get caught up in the fun.”
September 12, 2018, Portland OR – It’s 2008, and one of the last auto plants in Detroit is dying on the vine. The factory workers that remain are living paycheck-to-paycheck but amidst the backbreaking work and brutally long shifts, they have somehow shaped themselves into a makeshift family.
Hello, Portland! We’re ready for another warm weekend in the Rose City! This weekend’s events are out of this world with UFO Festival! Get some cute jewelry at Temple Tantrum Pop Up or Kenton Street Fair! NBC Nightly News will be at Sunday’s Rose City Rollers Benefit. Or how about an escape with Portland Escape […]
May 20-June 17 @ Morrison Stage – Homebound due to illness, the smart and sarcastic Caroline is suspicious of the sweet and athletic Anthony after being thrown together to work on an English project about Walt Whitman’s Song of Myself. As the pair stumbles through the poem, they begin to share secrets and let their […]
Hello, Portland! The weekend is back and festival season is ramping up! Try a special small brew at Nano Beer Fest, or gorge on delicious Seafood at Astoria-Warrenton Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival. This is your last weekend to see La Belle: Lost in the World of Automation and The Thanksgiving Play. And the first […]
Hello, Portland! Easter is here and there’s lots to uncover around town this weekend! Stock up on treats and see if you can find Pix’s surprise Eggs. Take in brunch show w/ Drag Queen Brunch or soak it up on Yakuza’s Patio or Punch Bowl’s Bloody Mary Bar!
April 1-29 @ Morrison Stage – A group of mismatched teachers and actors have been charged by the school district to devise an ethnically sensitive play to somehow celebrate both Thanksgiving and Native American Heritage Month.
Hello Portland, the weekend is back and fall is here! There’s Twin Peaks Trivia tonight, and The Wedge Cheese Festival is Saturday! Bella Organic’s Haunted Corn Maze opens Friday and Tropitaal is at Goodfoot + Halloween is coming up fast!
October 1-29 @ Morrison Stage – Ripped from today’s headlines and breaking the theatrical mold, artist Lin Bo’s work, Qín (Caught), presents a sly philosophical puzzle that investigates the murky intersections of fact and fiction in the crafting of art … and news.
October 1-18 @ Morrison Stage – As Halloween approaches, Portland Shakespeare Project presents Jeffrey Hatcher’s brilliant adaptation of Henry James’ spine-tingling novella that is part ghost story and part psychological thriller.
Hello Portland! Summer’s officially here and it’s Father’s Day Weekend! We’ve got tons of ways to treat Dad, like brunch, cruises & Deep Woods Revival w/ Red Yarn! You can even walk into Portland’s Sinful Past w/ Dad! Tour 4 unique homes on Rare and Amazing Architectural Tour or see if you can escape the Ritual […]
May 26-June 21 @ Artist Repertory Theatre – From the brilliant, comedic mind of David Ives (All in the Timing, Venus in Fur) comes a hilarious “translaptation” of this 17th Century French romp, replete with wild misassumptions, mistaken identities and tangled truths.
The weekend is here and the rain has returned! Stay out of the cold and check out First Thursday. Try new beers at Lost In The Woods @ The Hop & Vine or find the perfect Valentine’s Day Gift at Unmentionable: A Lingerie Exposition! The Sabertooth Micro Fest Runs all weekend at Crystal Ballroom + […]
The weekend is here and we’re one week into the replacement of the PDX Carpet. Show off your Carpet pride with a Carpet T-Shirt in Traditional Colors or Sports Colors. The Seahawks battle the Patriots this weekend in the Super Bowl – find a good place to watch on our party roundup. Rose City Rollers […]
A scintillating contemporary drama centered around Billy, the only deaf member of his family, whose search for family acceptance as he delves into the Deaf Community sparks often funny but fierce tensions at home.
Six directors tackle nine of Sam Shepard’s vast and varied short plays and memoirs. With live music by a different band each night, this festival is a celebration not to be missed! Presented in two series, Series A and Series B, catch all nine plays over two nights or come to our marathon weekend performances […]
The Risk/Reward Festival celebrates its sixth year in 2013. This annual West Coast micro-fest presents dance, theatre and music artists who are pushing the boundaries of live performance in new and innovative directions.
If you pay attention, will the clues lead you in the right direction? Replete with farcical spy antics and ill-fitting shoes, something smells fishy in this comedic noir fable. A pulpy delight awaits with Commie spies afoot, the H-bomb looming and McCarthy’s detective daughter hot on the trail
We are giving away a pair of tickets to see The Lost Boy at Artists Repertory Theatre on Tuesday, January 8 through Sunday, February 10, 2013. To win, comment on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed Monday, January 7. FREE PORTLAND: We give out 100s of $$$ in […]