Hand2mouth’s Time, A Fair Hustler imagines Mike and Scott’s lives after My Own Private Idaho.
In Gus Van Sant’s iconic 1991 Portland film My Own Private Idaho, tribes of homeless kids camped out in boarded-up downtown buildings, and Chinatown’s sidewalks gleamed with broken glass. Now, 25
Three hours of Shakespeare is no picnic, but Nause keeps it cool.
So far this summer, Portland theater has given us Richard III in a park, The Merry Wives of Windsor in a park and Macbeth in a cemetery. Post5 Theatre mixed things up by staging Much Ado About Nothi
Portland stages keep on trucking through Amy Herzog plays.
New York playwright Amy Herzog became contemporary theater’s darling when her play 4000 Miles
was the first from Lincoln Center Theater’s prolific new works program
to get an off-Broadway ru