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Welcome to the Doll's House

Shaking the Tree revives Henrik Ibsen.

The Durational, Essential Dread of We Are Proud to Present

A History of Violence from Jackie Sibblies Drury

Sad Truckers and Newspaper Lifers in CoHo Productions' The Few

A 19-Year-Old Page Layout Technician is the Real Star of Sam Hunter's Play

The Return of Road House: The Play!

The Lady Aoi's Ghost of a Libido

Imago Theatre Casts Stylized Shadows on Yukio Mishima's Psychosexual Classic

No Man's Land: Catholic School Girls and Amy Heckerling Vibes

Remixing the Late '90s Teenage Zeitgeist at Action/Adventure Theatre

At Post5 Theatre, Tobias Andersen Makes a Riveting Mad King

And It's a Better King Lear Adaptation Than Fuller House!

The Troubling Familiarity of Mothers and Sons

Artist Repertory Theatre Reboots Terrance McNally—but Why?

Spring Is Coming

Prepare with the Mercury's Essential Guide to Arts and Culture

You for Me for You Makes Theater Relevant Again

At Portland Playhouse, Mia Chung's Surreal Take on North Korea

Dael Orlandersmith's Conversations with Dead People

In Forever, the Writer Takes Refuge in a Cemetery Full of Artists

Great Expectations Meets Expectations, Does Not Exceed Them

The Crazy Lady in the House with No Light Is Great, Though!

The Yellow Wallpaper Goes, Or I Do

CoHo Productions' Latest Gets Lost in its Own Madness

This Year's Fertile Ground Theater Fest is Here!

Best Bets for This Year's Fertile Ground

Fail Better, Think Global at the Theater Festival

Fertile Ground Preview: Faith Helma's Trial By Failure

Doomed Sailors and Gold Lamé

PETE's Riff on Moby Dick Shouldn't Work, But Does

Dancing at the End of the World

11: Dance Co's Post-Apocalyptic Library

A Farewell to the 3rd Floor

A Sketch Comedy Tradition's Final Chapter

The Casual Blasphemy of Dario Fo

Denounced by the Vatican, The Controversial Playwright Comes to Shaking the Tree

A Very Portland Christmas

In Viva's Holiday, A Stripper Goes Home for the Holidays. Also, It's an Opera.

A Soundtrack to the Way We Get By in Ain't Misbehavin'

Portland Center Stage Does Right By the Harlem Renaissance Musical

Adapting Virginia Woolf's 500-Year-Old Dandy

Profile Theatre's Sarah Ruhl Season Concludes with Epic Orlando

Liminal Wants You to Feel Weird (and You Will)

The Art of the Insult in Offending the Audience

At Theatre Vertigo, Drunken Girls and Mortal Dread

The Drunken City Is About a Bachelorette Party. Don't Let That Dissuade You!

Last Chance: The Lost Boys-Live! Closes This Weekend

Art Transcends Pain in Cuba Libre

Artists Rep's Latest Makes You Wish You Knew How to Dance

Reclaiming the Rape Joke

Adrienne Truscott's Asking for It

Idris Goodwin's Hip-Hop Musical: Way More Than a Catchy Conceit

In How We Got On, a History of Hip-Hop—and Survival

Come See The Lost Boys—Live! Opening This Weekend!

Not Even Portland Center Stage Can Make Me Want to See Our Town

Grover's Corners Hasn't Aged Well

Little Gem Gets the Staging It Deserves

Corrib's Production Gets Out of the Pub and Onto the Boards

The Financial Lives of (17th Century) Poets

Real-Life Secret Agent (and Writer) Aphra Behn Gets Her Due in Third Rail's Newest
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