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.
Portland choreographers Eric Skinner and Daniel Kirk talk Elliott Smith and their 30-year dance partnership.
The award-winning local designer teams up with NW Dance project to update the classic story of passion and murder.
OBT was all but pronounced dead near the start of the decade. Now, very much alive, it forges ahead into a bold, ambitious future.
The highly conceptual Portland choreographer unveils a new, intimate piece for six women.
Wise Up: Get Artsy
Darkroom photography to improv comedy, here are the city’s best spots to get artsy.
Portland's newest dance company launches its first season with Incipio, a show in the round.
From a spread-eagle performer in a Barbie mask to a newly birthed musical supergroup, here are our highlights from Portland’s high-concept, high-density arts festival.
Eden Dawn, Rebecca Jacobson, and Fiona McCann
ON THE CATWALK
At Time-Based Art’s annual competitive drag spectacle, the stakes (and surrealism) run high. Plus: a dive into the fashion behind Portland’s vogue balls.
Fiona McCann and Eden Dawn
Fall Arts 2016
From meditative juggling to masked avant-porn, here’s what to see at the annual extravaganza.
The city’s premier avant-garde arts organization prepares for the 14th annual Time-Based Art Festival—and a new era in a new space.
These stars of Portland’s vogue battle scene are fast going viral with their video of shopping at QFC.
Seattle's Jody Kuehner is a female-bodied, female-identified dance artist. But when she performs as high-camp clown Cherdonna, people sometimes get confused.
A troupe of Quebecois acrobats reminds us that for a timber town, we could be a bit more strapping.