The confusing, glorious and sometimes terrifying world of dreams is our landscape on this special evening as MISS KENNEDY finds herself visited by the ruler of the land of nod WILLIAM BATTY (Wanderlust Circus).
One of my favorite ongoing events in Portland! It’s the Swing Time variety show for one night only!!
U.S. Bank Broadway Across America Portland has proudly brought Award-winning Broadway musicals to Portland for 18 years. Broadway lovers no longer have to travel to New York City to enjoy the biggest, the best and the most exciting shows.
There comes a time in every girl’s life where she dreams of getting all dolled up to go dancing. Yes, I said swing dancing. With a partner. And not the country kind either. With big band sound, a feather in your hair, high heels from the 20′s, a dress to die for and a partner that looks really great in a top hat or bowler hat.
Portland Center Stage invites Portlanders of all ages to take a break from the cold and join in the festivities at its 25th Anniversary Open House celebration.
Yasmina Reza’s dazzling comedy received the Moliere Award for best play, best production and best author. ART also won the evening standard award for Best Comedy and received it’s British premiere at Wyndham’s Theatre, London, in October 1996.
ART not only brings to the stage a topical debate, it makes it invigorating, touching and finally disturbing.
Portland Opera’s 48th Season begins once again on a spectacular note with a jam-packed evening the audience won’t soon forget. Last season, BIG NIGHT, the Company’s first ever concert of opera’s greatest hits and the free simulcast outdoors exceeded all expectations. A hit with both the audience inside Keller Auditorium and the hundreds sitting out watching the concert simulcast on huge screen hung on the front of the building; it was a big night in many ways. The season’s concert will again feature all that is big and beloved in opera—the hits, the voices, the choruses, the orchestra.
From 1995-2008, Oregon Ballet Theatre presented OBT Exposed in the South Park Blocks of downtown Portland. Each year, these free weeks in the park allowed the public to see the daily regimen of OBT’s dancers and artistic staff and enjoy a daily break with the ballet. After a hiatus in 2009 and 2010, OBT Exposed returned in July 2011, moving toDirector Park in the heart of downtown Portland.
Hey, theater-goers! Have you been to the current production of David Mamet’s Race, at Artists’ Repertory Theater, recently reviewed here on Portland Stage Reviews, and found yourself desiring more discussion regarding the issues brought up his play justice and race relations? Artists’ Repertory Theater, together with August Wilson’s Red Door Project, are offering several opportunities [...]