The Holiday Weekend is here, Portland! Now’s a good time to get your holiday shopping done: The Beaverton Night Market Starts and America’s Largest Christmas Bazaar is this weekend! Enjoy Wine Country Without the Drive, or get in some goat pets at Abbey Road Farm wine weekend!
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The Weekend is back, Portland! Try Portland’s best chefs at PDX Roots. More chances to get some holiday shopping done early include From These Hands – IRCO November Bazaar & Stumptown Flea Market. Oregon Symphony Present Sibelius’ The Tempest and Drag Queen Brunch Returns to Bit House Saloon!
November 30-January 5 @ Tiffany Center – Bewitchingly exuberant, The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart is a wild romp through Scottish ballads, karaoke mainstays, and devilish encounters.
November 23-25 @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall – Acclaimed stage director Mary Birnbaum, whose direction of Bluebeard’s Castle stunned audiences in 2016, returns to bring this iconic tale of magic and betrayal to life in a live dramatic production.
The Weekend is back, Portland! Rose City Rollers are back on the track with Break Neck Betties benefit bout. Get your hands on something shiny at 44th Gemstone and Jewelry Auction. Hear a live score to the Nitemare B4 Xmas. And get Spooked at Portland’s Only Haunted Escape Room @ Escapism!
November 1-3 @ Alberta Rose Theater – Halloween is almost here…. And that means ANOTHER NITEMARE B4 XMAS!!!!!
November 7-9 @ Lincoln Hall – Reggie Wilson returns to White Bird Uncaged with a compelling new full-evening work POWER. The Mission of his Fist and Heel Performance Group is to research, create, and perform work that reflects the spiritual and day-to-day contributions of Africa and its Diaspora.
November 2 @ Nordia House – This Urban Tellers promises to be a great evening of live storytelling: who knew that teaching English could lead to jail time, that a trip to the ER could completely change the way you live, or that a visit to the morgue could be a mystical experience?
October 3-5 @ Newmark Theatre | MOMIX returns to White Bird to captivate young and old alike. In a celebration of MOMIX’s 35th anniversary, Viva MOMIX! draws from all six of their latest shows, combining physicality, sensuality, and humor with spectacular imagery.
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.
September 6-28 @ CoHo Theatre – “Piercingly honest, exquisitely moving…Mala is shot through with a wry recognition of life’s big ironies and imponderables.”
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! Check out some badass electric cars at Electric Car Guest Drive. Coho Summerfest kicks off today with 4 plays over over 4 weeks. Dantes is hosting the Portland air Guitar Championships on Saturday, and party for rescue animals at Pixie Prom!
June 27-July 21 @ CoHo Theatre – CoHo Summerfest 2019 merges cutting-edge multidisciplinary theatre artists with whimsy, witches, a suitcase full of dreams, really cheap PBR, several rubber chickens, first generation teen angst, live music, international accordion divas, contemporary dance, and live music to keep you off the couch and away from that next slightly […]
June 28-30 @ Beaverton City Library – Experience Theatre Project, Beaverton’s professional immersive theater company, is proud to announce the first WESTSIDE SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL, an all-ages, three-day immersive celebration that is FREE to attend. The festival’s highlight is a beautiful production of one of Shakespeare’s funniest plays, The Comedy of Errors, directed by theatre veteran […]
June 13-30 @ Cathedral Park – Heralded as Martin Crimp’s “fierce swipe at pious yuppies” (The Guardian), this tense psychological thriller explores a real estate deal gone disturbingly sideways. In today’s cut-throat market… how far will Mike and Liz go to sell their house?
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Portland’s Prom, JUJUBA, Girls Gotta Eat & more!
June 7 @ The Old Church – Zig Ziglar once said that “You never know when a moment and a few sincere words can have an impact on a life.”If that’s something you value, then join us PDX Story Theater’s 2018-19 Season Finale where you’ll hear stories that will have a positive impact on you.
May 9-12, 17-18 @ Clinton Street Theater – Peppered with the magical, some distortion, ripped t-shirts, the most beautiful plastic castle, Rebekah Stiles’s innovative choreography, and playwright Laura Christina Dunn’s quirky humor, this play asks, how do we find agency in divisive times even when we have lost both voice and home?
May 17-19 @ N.E.W. Expressive Works – What happens when we – particularly women – compromise ourselves behind a veneer of conformity and acquiescence? This is the central question behind “Undone” – the final installment of PDX Contemporary Ballet’s 2018-2019 season.
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Esra Furman, Back Fence PDX, Girls Gotta Eat & more!
May 10 & 11 @ Lincoln Hall – The Portland Ballet presents Current/Classic, May 10-11, in a mixed-repertoire program of contemporary and classical pieces that showcase the academy’s advanced company dancers.
April 28-May 26 @ Morrison Theater – Who runs the world? GIRLS! In 1793, during France’s Reign of Terror — a playwright, an assassin, a former queen, and a Caribbean spy walk into a room and attempt to save the soul of France while avoiding the edge of the guillotine’s blade.
May 2 – 25 @ Milagro Theatre – In Wolf at the Door, Isadora finds the strength to stand up to her abusive husband, Séptimo, when he forces the very pregnant Yolot to stay against her will. While Séptimo makes plans for the baby, Isadora and Yolot devise one of their own. And as a […]
April 19-May 11 @ Coho Theater – Angel grapples with redemption, damnation, and the messiness in between in Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis’ frank and ferocious examination of the search for justice in an unjust society.
The weekend is back, Portland! Find vintage treasures at NW’S LARGEST Garage Sale & Vintage Sale! Miz Kitty is back with her Parlour Vaudeville Show! Plan ahead for summertime with the kids with this Summer Camp Guide.
The weekend is back, Portland! 80s Video Dance Attack is celebrating 14 Years this weekend and QuarterWorld turns 3! Test Drive the newest Electric Vehicles at Milwaukie Electric Avenue Grand Opening. And grab your favorite Portland brands at The For Sale Sale!
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Oregon Zoo Pub Talk, Miz Kitty’s Parlour Vaudeville Show Spring Wing Ding!, 80s Video Dance Attack’s 14th Anniversary Party! & more!
April 13 @ Mission Theater – Join Miz Kitty for the Spring Wing-Ding, a Splendid Evening of Delightful Music, Hypnotizing Harmonies, Juggling, Comedy, Theater, Door Prizes, Magical Surprises and FUN!
April 4-6, 11-13, 18-20, @ BodyVox Dance Center – In this unique performance experience, BodyVox asks the question: “What will happen when artists and innovators working at the peak of their profession immerse themselves in a craft they’ve never considered?” The Pearl Dive Project melds creative worlds in a collaboration of movement and ideas.
Who hasn’t lived in a fool’s paradise now and again? Trish Anderson, Norm Brecke, Anne Rutherford and Susan Zwingli examine that question in the Portland Storytellers Guild’s monthly show — “Fool’s Paradise: Tales from a Blissfully Skewed Point of View” — Saturday, April 6 at 7:30 p.m. at the Clinton Street Theater.
April 5 @ The Old Church – This program focuses on the real, true stories of immigrants and refugees who now call Portland home. We want to humanize and build connection within our urban community.