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This Weekend Is Your Last Chance to See Wolf Play

The Picture of Dorian Gray Paints a Pretty Picture

Witch Hunt: The Clown Play at Fertile Ground Conjures Joy

TBA: Back to School with Professor Vag(inal Davis)

TBA: Legendary Isn't Shown the Love it Deserves

TBA: Waxing Philosophical with Robin Deacon's Vinyl Equations

TBA on the Cheap: Five Affordable, Approachable TBA Picks!

Shaking the Scene

Their New Season Proves that Shaking The Tree is Portland’s Most Daring Theater Company

All the Amazing Things at the 2018 Time-Based Arts Festival

LA Choreographer Milka Djordjevich, NY Video Arts Monologist Gregg Bordowitz, S1 DJs and Holocene’s Fin de Cinema

How Jenna Bean Veatch Found Love in a Not-Creepy Place

The Not-Creepy Gatherings Grew from Veatch’s Performance Art and Interest in Human Connection

Portland Playhouse Extends Its Run of August Wilson’s Fences

The Play About Father/Son Dynamics Is Not to Be Missed

Patrick Buckmaster and Ann Pyne Are Throwing Portland’s Drag Parties

Kai Kais, Kikis and Getting Paid All Year Long

Siobhan O’Loughlin’s “Literally Immersive” Broken Bone Bathtub

O’Loughlin’s One-Woman Show Takes Place In the Tub of a Stranger

Where To See Theater, Stand-Up, or Improv in Portland

Ballet Is for Closers

Oregon Ballet Theatre’s Closer Removes Audience and Dancer Boundaries

Sex, Marriage, Porn, Dildos

Alice Birch’s Hilarious Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.

Bundy Apologizin’

OPB’s Bundyville Serves Up Bundy Family Kool-Aid Shots

Portland Opera’s Rigoletto Is a Safe but Worthwhile Choice

With Top-Tier Vocal Talent, Verdi’s Classic Has Energy and Texture

A Stripped-Down Evita at Stumptown Stages

Good Performances, But Missing “Just a Little Touch of Star Quality”

The Thanksgiving Play Skewers America’s Worst Holiday

Larissa FastHorse’s Committed, Well-Crafted Satire Takes On Well-Meaning Liberals and Theater’s Diversity Problem
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