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The contemporary dance company's summer premieres will include a Greta Gerwig-inspired ode to the Louisa May Alcott tale.
The Oregon Symphony, Portland Opera, Oregon Ballet Theatre, and other local arts organizations have recently shuffled leadership at the highest levels.
The Ben Stevenson production, which opens February 19, is the Portland dance company's grandest undertaking since COVID hit.
The in-progress movement piece takes inspiration from director/choreographer Alisher Khasanov's childhood in Kazakhstan.
The company’s fall premieres celebrate teenage nostalgia, dinner parties, and fresh faces.
In ‘Let ’im Move You: Intervention,’ jumatatu m. poe and Jermone ‘Donte’ Beacham bring Black queer performance to historically Black neighborhoods.
After leaving Portland, Storm dated Elvis and became a national sex symbol. She passed away on April 20 at the age of 93.
“We cannot escape the fact that we are the Oregon Ballet Theatre and we are located in Portland, Oregon. And our community has gone through quite a lot over ...
The burlesque superstar on how he’s endured Portland’s racism and made his way on the road to fame.
Greer assumed his post in 2017.
The new piece from Portland's Creative Laureate has been brewing since she was an undergraduate.
The Portland Book Festival returns, BodyVox tackles Shakespeare with Death and Delight, and Cherokee Nation member Brenda Mallory opens a new show at Upfor.
Conner Reed, Rebecca Jacobson, and Fiona McCann
Fall Arts 2019: Dance
The fast-rising company has all but abandoned the conventions of mainstream dance, with an in-progress work that explores fat bodies in motion.
The Oregon Ballet Theatre founder's weird, wonderful quasi-adaptation of the Tennessee Williams classic is part of NWDP's Summer Premieres.
Jazz It Up
"It's a hard act to sell on the phone," says Michael Conley of his unusual schtick.
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.