Price is actually only $10 at the door, not $15. In advance, it's $7 on sale online. A live stand up comedy date night of awesomeness! 7:30 is clean PG-13 show & 9:30 is rated "R" naughty show!
Favorite Portland band, both in concert and on albums! Playful, smart, and Portland-to-the-core. Their songs will worm their way into your brain. After months of listening to their album in your car CD player, you will realize that it's stuck, and your attempts to switch to a different Keep Your Fork There's Pie album will be thwarted. Your friends will stage an intervention, to force you to listen to other music. Your husband will say, "I like their music, but if you keep playing it all the time, I'm going to get sick of it eventually." So, you switch to AgesandAges for bit. But now, with a new album coming out, you can feed your habit anew!
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If you're birthday is between May 10th and May 24th, you can get into this show for free with your I.D. at the door!!!
Portland's hardest working dance band takes some time off from touring to officially release their 4th CD. Nine new tunes from bandleader Evan Shlaes pen celebrate the great things in life- food, friends, family, music and party time! The New Iberians go on at 9pm, then Red Cotrell and the Outlaws close out the night.
This event is going to be AMAZING!
Social Studies is amazing. Saw them at Treefort Music Fest. Woo!
A rad lineup for a Wednesday night! Cement Season has been around a while and always puts on a great show!
Went to see this tonight and it was amazing! Great adaptation, talented director and awesome actors, go see it! I'm not a fancy theater person, but this has made me wanna go see everything these people do.
It seems like sending Temple Lentz to this show might've been a better move than sending a fashion writer. Temple is a sketch and stand-up fan, and understands the genre. Because of that, she might not have used the word "skits." "Skits" are something boys in water balloon-stuffed bras perform at church camp. Grown-up comedians perform sketches. And The Aces perform them with aplomb. I was there for the immediate, enthusiastic standing ovation on Saturday as well. And if Rose didn't laugh once at the show, there's a chance she's a robot. Which is kind of awesome, but sending a robot to review a sketch show seems even more questionable than the fashion writer thing.
A super solid show! It will have you near tears at times and laughing immediately after. All of the characters are beautiful executed by the actors, and it is not hard to find a connection with each of them. Even if you are not a theatre-goer, you will enjoy this show. Miracle Theatre is truly a gem in the Portland theatre scene, and this is a great example of the work they do. You won't regret attending!
Hi! The exhibit runs through May 2nd! thanks for announcing it in the Mercury. www.mirifoto.com
Hate when hippies review Hip Hop. You always have to make excuses as to why it's good music.
It's official, we're in the Portland Mercury!
This show was really good -- probably one of the best I've seen in a long time. Isn't it great that we have such quality theatre in our community?
Oh yeah! The word is getting around!
I'm sure the concert was five star, wish i was in portland then. this article sux however, why intro him with his full and middle name? just introduce the artist, when would you ever use my middle name to introduce me? who cares. and nom de rock? that's fresh off the cheese wagon. interesting would be your distanced, doormanlike good manners to describe what this musical concoction would sound like. long live the bucket in portland!
I really enjoyed this show, enough that I am seeing it again with friends this weekend.
WOW what a fantastic night!!! I have been a fan of "Dancing with the Stars" and "So you think you can Dance" for years now. I was impressed with the performance content, I wasn't expecting that much variety. The American Idol singers were so great together, a duo that's meant to be. Not many singers harmonize together like those two did, it reminds me of the man who discovered the Judds. He said when he heard them sing together that a perfect union was formed, these two have that also. I would like to see the opening number with Anna more dramatic, especially in regard to her costume. The green dress has too much fabric and obscures her legs from the audience and therefore she loses the effectiveness of her dancing which is incredible!!! I would like to see her do a few more numbers throughout the show because she is delightful to watch, (maybe something hotter and sexy)!!! On Dancing with the Stars I've always loved her routines in the Latin style genre especially when her outfit shows off her bare back and you can see her hip movements because she has such form technicality.
The contemporary dancers were great, especially the girl. The first number she danced made me cry. When contemporary moves you to tears, you know it's really something special. All the dancers were fantastic and I would like to see them pick different theater or rearrange the orchestra to allow them a bigger stage area to dance in. I hope you know how deeply dancing touches peoples hearts, when we were leaving there was a little girl out in the lobby dancing and you could see it in her eyes that you made her dreams into a reality that she knew she could do too!!! Her smile was beaming and the sparkle in her eyes was pure magic and your show did that to her... beautiful!!! Thank you so much for a wonderful evening and now two of my sons one 17 and the other 16 want to take ballroom dance lessons, and that's really something trust me.
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