WELCOME TO ONE OF PORTLAND’S MOST UNIQUE BEER EVENTS!
The sound is richer, more textured and moodier, like the score to a dystopian film.
Sound magicians M.C. Schmidt and Drew Daniel have a way of turning high-concept sonic chicanery—like sampling the brainwaves of a crayfish—into something far more playful and listenable than you’d imagine.
It’s the freakin’ weekend, baby—time to get weird!
Instead of a program, the box office hands over a folder containing 100 pre-show procedures and instructions to “look busy” at Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble’s new play, “Procedures for Saying No.”
LP3 is the sound of Alto finding greater success creating unworldly sounds out of humble basement jams, offering something for anyone who appreciates bearded men playing the triangle in one breath and a stoner-rock power-chord slam the next.
Paul Dickow has employed many guises over the years, but none wears his sonic environment quite as well as his latest, “Information Pollution.”
On January 17th, comedic genius, wrestling superstar and all-around weirdo, Andy Kaufman, would have been 67 years old. But since he’s not around to celebrate,
Why does yoga matter for All Well, the theatrical experiment from Portland Experimental Theater Ensemble? If you are good at yoga, it’s a play about nothing, or bliss. If you are bad at yoga, it is a mindfuck.