Two shallow plays with mediocre dialog, little plot, and nothing of interest. Another poor showing in this year's presentations by Damaso Rodriguez at Artists Rep.
Morae is short but packed with non-stop action that will stop your heart at moments. TEMPOS consists of live musicians and performers with diverse backgrounds in dance, acrobatics, yoga, and physical theater. The aesthetic is spare, modern, and sometimes weird, with odd creature-characters cavorting across the stage between acrobatic stunts. It's no Cirque de Soleil, but that's a good thing. Only in Portland will you find such an interesting blend of imagination and skill performed with both passion and humor in an intimate, informal space. Fans of Imago Theather, Pilobolus Dance Theater, and Circa, be sure to check out what Portland's newest and strangest acrobatic troupe has cooked up.
Oh, pricing is $7 if you dress like Santa or another costume we deem worth a dollar. $8 Otherwise. Proceeds go to the nonprofit theater and Oregon Food Bank.
Officially, this is called "Our Kind of Christmas Pageant", but that's really semantics. Free "HO!" buttons while they last (we have hundreds, though)
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