The Portland Tap Dance Fest chugs into year 4, bringing improv battles, decades of history, and legendary tappers along with it.
From tap whiz Savion Glover to the strobe-light magic of Parsons Dance, White Bird closes its season with a bang. And that's not all that's set to hit local stages.
Portland’s do-si-do scene is punk as hell.
Ali Wong hits the Keller, the Portland Film Festival kicks off, Laura Veirs plays Polaris Hall, and Bag & Baggage revamps The Winter's Tale.
Rebecca Jacobson, Wriik Maui, and Fiona McCann
Wellness: Bust a Move
(com)motion brings Portland together with dance parties, karate classes, and body-positive yoga.
Anya Pearson's Made to Dance in Burning Buildings is a vivid choreopoem about rape, PTSD, and perseverance.
FLOOR Center for Dance launched in early November, with ambitious plans for newbies and professional movers alike.
Terrorist drag, groovy chaos, a sitcom baking fiasco, and some joyous J-Setting: It can only be the Time-Based Art Festival.
Rebecca Jacobson and Fiona McCann
Ultra-talented Portland designer Andrea Moore puts on a 45-piece fashion show.
(com)motion's class roster runs from vogue dance to introductory karate.
Fitness: Shake Your Groove Thing
From hoop dance to Afro-contemporary, our city serves up a seriously sweaty slate of options.
After a 15-year career, the Oregon Ballet Theatre star is performing her last pirouette in George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker.
Founded by Portlander KT Kusmaul, Body Home pushes the boundaries of the mainstream dance world.
The Portland drag performer's new solo work dances through uncertainty to some cracking diva tunes.
Portland’s vogue scene delivers once again.
The venerable dance presenter launches its 20th season this fall. We look back on big moments from the last two decades.
Choreography XX showcases brand-new work from three female choreographers.
The Portland dance producers and fashion designer present a special summer fashion show promising "pureness with the warbling of evil."
The records, dance show, and books you can't miss this month
The Portland institution invites audiences to join intimate conversations with some of its longtime collaborators. First up: Judith Jamison and Ronald K. Brown.