THURSDAY JAN. 30
[THEATER, MUSIC] Folksy band Skidmore Bluffs puts on a concert-play about a fictional musical group called the Roving Wheels of Christ. Writer-director Josh Gulotta calls Revival part church serviceâthe performance is held in a converted churchâand hopes to provoke questions about religious hypocrisy and the role of Christianity in modern America. The Little Church, 5138 NE 23rd Ave., fertilegroundpdx.org.
7 pm. $10.
7 pm. $10.
FRIDAY JAN. 31
HEIDI DUCKLER DANCE THEATRE
[DANCE] Heidi Duckler returns from L.A. to premiere another site-specific dance piece, this time in a gutted shell of a building in the Central Eastside. Ragnarok is based on a Norse tale of destruction and rebirth. The building, which burned down in 2006, has no ceiling, and the windows and doors have been removed. Prepare to get cold and wet. Southeast 2nd Avenue and Clay Street, heididuckler.org. 8 pm. $10-$25.
SATURDAY FEB. 1
RUN RUN SHAW MARATHON
[MOVIES] Run Run Shaw recently died at age 106, leaving behind more than 300 films from the golden era of Hong Kong cinema. Tonight, catch King Kong knockoff Mighty Peking Man, plus two mystery films featuring lots of wizard fights and kung fu. Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy Blvd., 281-4215. 7:30 pm. $10.
SUNDAY FEB. 2
SUPER BOWL XLVIII
[SPORTS] Whoa. Dude. Did you realize the two teams playing in the biggest football game of the year are from states that legalized pot? Yâknow what this means, right? Not only does weed cure cancer and make you see the future in a bowl of queso dip, it also makes you a better athlete. 3:20 pm on Fox 12.
MONDAY FEB. 3
[MUSIC] On his latest mixtape, Blue Chips 2, Action Bronson goes nuts for 45 minutes, inventing some weird, weed-infused fantasy world where our hero eats oysters at the Cloisters, water-skis in Belize and debates the finer points of getting head at a Lakers game. Peterâs Room, 8 NW 6th Ave., 971-230-0033. 8 pm. $20. All ages.
TUESDAY FEB. 4
OREGON DESERT TRAIL TALK
[OUTDOORS] The new Oregon Desert Trail goes 800 miles from Bend to Idaho. 1859 editor Kevin Max and New York Times contributor Tim Neville talk about their hikes. Ecotrust Building, 721 NW 9th Ave., onda.org. 6 pm. Free.