NSFP - not safe for portland

It’s Official: Joe Haege = the Creepiest Guy in Town

04/24/2012 By Aaron Scott

ballet noir

Review: OBT’s Chromatic Quartet

Four performances from contemporary to classical ballet, from dark-edged sexiness to sublime meditation. Through April 28

04/21/2012 By Aaron Scott

aristocratic woman on the verge

Review: Portland Center Stage’s Anna Karenina

Portland Center Stage’s brisk, lush production captures the spirit of the book but, thankfully, not the length. Playing through May 6

04/19/2012 By Aaron Scott

cabaret comedienne superstar

Win Tickets to Grammy-Winning NYC Chanteuse Lady Rizo

The Oregon prodigal daughter returns for two blowout nights at the Star Theater on April 24 & 25

04/18/2012 By Aaron Scott

beyond the tutu

Interview+Slideshow: Adam Arnold on Designing for OBT’s Spring Show

The Portland fashion designer gives us a behind the scenes glimpse of the creative process for costuming a dance in OBT’s spring program, Chromatic Qua...

04/18/2012 By Aaron Scott

byzantine vocal ensemble killed the radio star

Portland’s Cappella Romana on NPR

04/17/2012 By Aaron Scott

a smashing arts soiree

PICA Rolls Up the Rug for Its Office Warming

04/14/2012 By Aaron Scott

concert review

Portland Cello Project: Two-Night Album Release at Doug Fir

PCP plays an all-ages matinee today at 5, followed by their second evening show at 9 —Review by Camille Grigsby-Rocca

04/14/2012 By Aaron Scott

break out your calendars

The 2012/2013 Season(s) Announced!

04/12/2012 By Aaron Scott

Article

Art World Rabble Rouser Assume Vivid Astro Focus to Talk at PNCA

Thursday, April 12 at 6:30pm

04/11/2012 By Aaron Scott

first impressions

Hear Horse Feathers New Album at NPR Music

Cynic’s New Year comes out April 17

04/11/2012 By Aaron Scott

gallery grazing

First Thursday Sampler

04/05/2012 By Aaron Scott

Article

Interview with the Director of The Brother/Sister Plays

Victor Mack sat down to talk with us about the challenge of directing three critically acclaimed plays at once. In the Red and Brown Water (Part 1) opens to...

03/29/2012 By Aaron Scott

Article

Back Fence PDX Greatest Hits!

At the Mission Theater Thursday and Friday

03/28/2012 By Aaron Scott

kasher if you can

Interview: Moshe Kasher

Stand up comic Kasher tells writer Alyssa Jaffer how to survive some of his life’s craziest scenarios in preview of his new book, Kasher in the Rye, ou...

03/27/2012 By Aaron Scott

50 ways to leave your blanket

Review: Linda Austin’s A head of time

Playing tonight and tomorrow at Imago Theatre

03/24/2012 By Aaron Scott

Culturephile

Bump & Rhyme

Madison High librarian Nancy Sullivan inspires young poets to dream big.

03/23/2012 By Aaron Scott