THURSDAY SEPT. 19
[MUSIC] The swift, sudden implosion of
Sonic Youth left a nation of indie-rock die-hards disillusioned, but the
once coolly aloof Kim Gordon has finally emerged
Our top picks for the final week of PICA’s Time-Based Art Festival.
After a first week of personal accounts
of torture, fierce runway queens, a voguing Antigone, confessional pop
music, giant whisklike sculptures, penis manipulation and attempts at
Diarrhea Planet If you want to tempt fate on Friday the 13th, this is the band to see. DP toes that taut tightrope between power pop, pop punk and poop jokes. Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi Ave., with the So So Glos and Boom!, on Friday, Sept. 13. 9 pm. $12. 21+.
SEAT SLASHER ON THE LOOSE: A seat slasher has Portland’s motorcycle community in an uproar.
Starting about two weeks ago, motorcycle owners say seats of bikes left
on the street at night have be
Putting parables onstage is an often iffy endeavor, but
there’s no denying the impact of a successfully staged allegory. British
playwright Dawn King’s Foxfinder, making it
WEDNESDAY SEPT. 11
DIARY OF A MADMAN
[THEATER] Fresh off the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, NoPerks
Theatre presents an adaptation of Nikolai Gogol’s short story about a
clerk’s fall into insani
Our top picks for the first week of PICA’s Time-Based Art Festival.
Portland Institute for Contemporary Art’s
Time-Based Art Festival—that 11-day spree of theater, dance, music,
visual art, film and various other uncategorizable, avant-garde and
[THEATER] Push Leg’s last production was Mr. Darcy Dreamboat, a delightful and emotionally rich celebration of literary crushes. Now comes the company’s second performance, an original ensemble work inspired by the paintings of Edward Hopper that merges physical theater, clowning and dance.More
FIGHTING OVER FRED: Portlandia
has long been a polarizing phenomenon within the city it skewers, but
some Portlanders’ distaste for the hit sketch-comedy show runs deeper
than others’. One d