From the outside, it seems that there’s hardly a night in the PDX metro area where there’s not a burlesque entertainment option to take advantage of. So much so that one could easily argue that Portland teeters on the edge of glitter super-saturation, and at some point in the near future, the scene will reach a critical point and erupt like a huge plastic soda bottle full of Burly-Pop that had a hand-full of Mentos dumped into it, spraying everyone with fizzy fun, and making the Willamette shimmer with foil confetti as it gets carried out to the ocean.
One of my favorite ongoing events in Portland! It’s the Swing Time variety show for one night only!!
Debuting in October, 2012, the staged adaptation of the best movie ever filmed about vampires living in the late 1980′s- THE LOST BOYS (Screenplay by Jefferey Boam). Why The Lost Boys? Because of the oily sax player who shakes is hips in a weird way, that’s why. (Please note, there are moments of adult language and situations involving vampires. Kids may be traumatized.)
I am beyond excited to be posting this latest press release. It’s something that I wait with baited breath for every year – the season schedule – what shows are coming to Portland and when. I’m not going to lie, I squeed a little when I saw the line up. The seasons are a bit […]
Portland’s local tech scene is pretty demanding in the events they put on — they want their geeky, braniac, knowledge-sharing cake, they want it tasty, and they want it entertaining too. And most of all, they want it free, and usually with some local microbrew beer involved. The usual bi-yearly local event at the Bagdad Theater, Ignite Portland 10, fits all these needs and then some.
The Julians (Kristen Buhler, Liz Bacon, Maria Karlin and Vakarė Petroliūaitė) have quite the self-promotion engine going, best as they can for a four-woman traditional singing group.
The Unscriptables 2012 season of unscripted theatre starts in February. Our opening show is “Avenue PDX” a improvised musical spoof of Avenue Q. Our show takes place in Portland on Avenue PDX, all your typical Portland characters are their either in puppet form or live actors.