Musicfest NW invades PDX, Typhoon counter-invades the rest of the US, and Portland's theaters open their assault on your fall calendar. That is, the arts get feisty this weekend.
Portland Monthly Staff
It's the final week of Third Rail Rep's 'A Bright New Boise,' a powerful and provocative play about our commitment to beliefs and the resulting consequences.
The world premiere tells the mythic story of a recent veteran’s Odyssean voyage home. Thru June 30
A backstage romp through everything that makes theater joyous sets an energetic note for the company’s incoming artistic director. Thru May 26
The Pulitzer-winning tragicomedy channels all the woes of a hard life into a game of cards. Don’t take your elderly parents. Thru Apr 28
The local playwright breaks through with two world premieres at once.
Third Rail Repertory’s Thanksgiving play challenges lip-service liberals to become better listeners.
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