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Boom Arts presents Penny Arcade's "Longing Lasts Longer" + more! at Imago Theatre

Dates

11/29/2018 - 12/1/2018

Theatre

Imago Theatre


17 SE 8th Ave
Portland,OR 97214

Tickets Info

$15-$39


Boom Arts presents Penny Arcade's Longing Lasts Longer + more! in Portland


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LONGING LASTS LONGER & OTHER WORKS

Penny Arcade (NYC)

Conceived, Written, and Performed by Penny Arcade (NYC)
Designed and Directed by Steve Zehentner and Penny Arcade
Back by Popular Demand
November 29-December 1, 2018
November 29—The Faghag and Her Friends in the Summer of Love (work-in-progress)
November 30—Longing Lasts Longer
December 1—Longing Lasts Longer & The Girl Who Knew Too Much (work-in-progress) *ASL Interpreted performances
Venue: Imago Theatre, 17 SE 8th Ave, Portland



Sponsored by Jane Schiffhauer



"I laughed, I cried, I remembered, I dreamed, I longed, I saw the light... There shouldn’t be an empty seat in the house!" – Portland City Commissioner Chloe Eudaly, February 2018

After a sensational Portland début in February 2018, New York’s undisputed queen of the underground is BACK! Boom Arts presents a one-weekend-only return engagement by electric performance art icon Penny Arcade at Imago Theatre, featuring two encore performances of the show you loved last season, Longing Lasts Longer, plus two new works-in-progress. Portlanders called Longing Lasts Longer, Penny's internationally acclaimed critique of the post-gentrification landscape, “Fun… Thoughtful… Irreverent.” Come find out what the fuss was about—and bring your friends! Ready for more? Penny Arcade famously crafts her new work in front of an audience, so you can be part of this exciting process. In The Faghag and Her Friends in The Summer of Love, Penny invites us on a journey through 1960s gay bars in Provincetown and New York. In The Girl Who Knew Too Much, Penny brings her own history to bear on the #metoo movement, rape culture, and the normalization of self-censorship. Come try one, two, or three—you won't be disappointed.



Age recommendation: 16+



IMAGE DESCRIPTION: [Penny Arcade holding a giant cupcake with sprinkles on it and a grenade topped with a sparkler.]

Photo credit: Steven Menendez

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