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Review: A SEAGULL at Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble

Strong direction, fierce performances, and incredible design make A SEAGULL one you don't want to miss.
Portland Center Stage Presents PETE'S A SEAGULL

Portland Center Stage will present 'a seagull,' a unique adaptation of Chekhov's classic by Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble, marking the culmination of a decade-long series of translated Chekhov shows.
PETE's A SEAGULL Comes to Ellyn Bye Studio Theatre at Portland Center Stage in June

PCS will present PETE’s a seagull, June 29-July 13 in the Ellyn Bye Studio Theatre at Portland Center Stage.
OrpheusPDX Opens Its Second Season With Mozart's Comic Gem, THE ROYAL SHEPHERD (Il Re Pastore)

Portland's newest opera company, OrpheusPDX, kicks off its second season on August 3 with Mozart's charming and irresistible opera, The Royal Shepherd (Il Re Pastore). All performances will take place in Portland State University's Lincoln Performance Hall, hailed by Opera News as the best venue for opera in the city.
Review: CARDIAC ORGAN: A GOTH CABARET at Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble

CARDIAC ORGAN is excellent fun – not the good, clean type, but the vastly superior creepy, twisted type. Slither up to the bar for a Red Rabbit and enjoy the show.
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM is Coming to Portland Center Stage This Summer

Portland Center Stage will present William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, beginning performances on June 3.
Orpheus|PDX Announces Works By Mozart And Nico Muhly Its Second Season

OrpheusPDX General and Artistic Director, Christopher Mattaliano, has officially announced the details of the 2023 season, the company's  second. Performances of Mozart's masterwork The Royal Shepherd (Il Re Pastore)  and Nico Muhly's compelling Dark Sisters will take place in Portland's 475-seat  Lincoln Hall, where opera is experienced at its best—up close and personal. 
PETE Presents THE AMERICANS A Co-Production With The Historic Alberta House

PETE presents THE AMERICANS a co-production with the Historic Alberta House runs January 19 - February 4 at Alberta House.
Review: IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY at Portland Center Stage

What did our critic think of IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY at Portland Center Stage? It's the theatrical equivalent of hot cocoa with whipped cream.
Review: THE CHERRY ORCHARD at Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble

Funny, poignant, weird – Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble’s new take on THE CHERRY ORCHARD, translated by Štĕpán Šimek, is a vehicle to showcase what both Chekhov and PETE do best.
ARCHIVE: THIS WAS THE END to be Presented by Mabou Mines and Restless NYC

Mallory Catlett’s OBIE award winning This Was The End will return to Mabou Mines this time as an installation where the audience becomes the actor.  At once an artifact and an experience, Archive: this was the end is the afterlife of a performance as an interactive sculpture.
THE WEATHER ROOM PROJECT A Divination Mobile Performance Pop Up Begins This Weekend

Weather is universal. It's the safest (blandest) conversation starter. It's a part of the common human experience, open to regular, mundane, acts of prognostication.
Portland Opera Presents AN AMERICAN QUARTET: Four One-Act Operas

Portland Opera continues the 2019/20 season with the premiere of a new production entitled An American Quartet: Four One-Act Operas. Each of these pieces, written by American composers, will be presented in the intimate black box theatre at Portland Opera's Hampton Opera Center.
OUR RUINED HOUSE A PETE Original Announced At Reed College 

Examining the geopolitical through the lens of the interpersonal, Our Ruined House summons a world in which the audience's perception becomes the principal arbiter of what is 'true'. Featuring a giant octopus, a tiny meatloaf, and the poetry of Donald Rumsfeld, Our Ruined House investigates a world driven more by the appearance of winning than any central truth. By contrasting the slippery, subjective narratives of both romantic and geopolitical relationships, we point at the sacrifices made in order to 'win' in both arenas. What narratives will we create and what secrets will we bury in order to come out on top, in both love and war? What are we willing to ruin on the road to victory?
BWW Review: A Community Copes with Trauma in World Premiere of NO CANDY, at Portland Playhouse

Directed by Tea Alagic, Emma Stanton's NO CANDY reveals the power and fortitude of the human spirit. At times, it gave me chills. At times, it's also quite funny.
Artists Rep Shares Cast & Design Team Updates to Season

Kicking off with two shows in September, Artists Rep's 2018/19 season features seven compelling contemporary plays in their subscription series, plus two bonus shows. These plays are highly entertaining theatrical experiences, written by some of the nation's most acclaimed playwrights.
Photo Flash: Mallory Catlett's Award-Winning THIS WAS THE END Returns to the Mabou Mines Theater

Since 2004, director Mallory Catlett has worked across disciplines to expand the boundaries of theater. Through original works with her own company, Restless NYC, and collaborations with some of today's leading artists-composer Mika Karlsson (The Echo Drift), Dread Scott (Decision), Aaron Landsman (City Council Meeting & Perfect City)-Catlett creates theater that The New York Times calls "lurid, feverish and powerful." She has been called a "downtown treasure" by Time Out New York.
Photo Flash: Profile Theatre Begins 2018-2019 Double Season with 2.5 MINUTE RIDE by Lisa Kron

PROFILE THEATRE presents a production of the comedic drama 2.5 Minute Ride by Pulitzer and Tony-winning playwright Lisa Kron. Riding the rails of humor and horror, this solo performance features NYC-based actor Allison Mickelson, who recently impressed audiences at Portland Center Stage in Lisa Kron's award-winning musical Fun Home. It will be directed by Jane Unger, Profile's founding artistic director, and marks the first full (double!) season for Profile's ambitious new Artistic Director Josh Hecht, as well as the third year of the Diversity and Inclusivity Initiative.

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