David Bazan remixes Christmas classics into melancholy ditties, Tig Notaro hits Revolution Hall, retired superheroes take to the trapeze, and the Siren Theater puts on some festive comedy.
Rebecca Jacobson and Ko Ricker
Float the Willamette. Ask Cheryl Strayed for love advice. Welcome back comedian Amy Miller for a live album recording. Party on at the Mississippi Street Fair. We see you, weekend.
Rebecca Jacobson, Kailla Coomes, and Lisa Dunn
Dozens of new, homegrown works of theater and performance will hit stages over the next 11 days. Here are the five shows we’re most looking forward to.
Ramona DeNies and Fiona McCann
Witch burning is thirsty business, so the Hillsboro theater company created "The Crucible Cocktail Collection." Slake your thirst with “The Kept Poppet,” but try not to down too much of “God’s Icy Wind.” Sept 4–28
The Big Float braves the Willamette, NWFC screens 'The Royal Tenenbaums,' and Pat Benatar hits the zoo with her best shot.
Portland Monthly Staff and Schuyler Keenan
All the park's a stage for Portland's bevvy of theater companies dedicated to taking the Bard's work into the natural world.
Consider this your arts season cliffhanger: a look at what's to come when your favorite arts orgs come back from summer vacation.
Bag & Baggage gives Shakespeare’s bloody Titus Andronicus a transfusion of Kabuki in Hillsboro.