Founder Beth Harper will retire in June.
The Profile Theatre production is an assault on your expectations that roughly teleports the play from the workplace-comedy genre into a disturbing, less-knowable realm.
The production confronts the systemic evils of our time via oil paintings, videos and an immersive soundscape.
Damien Geter: My essential seven.
We’ve ranked the top 10 Portland area plays in 2021. Here’s a look back on the year’s best.
From cheering on the Green Bay Packers to basking in Mexican sunsets, the prolific Portland pianist lives a vibrant and varied life.
The production opened just a week before the March 2020 lockdowns, but will now be staged through Dec. 24.
It’s hard to imagine a better Battling Bella than Wendy Westerwelle. She doesn’t just have charisma—she has swagger.
If “Becoming Understood” wants us to understand Jane Comer, what do we learn? Above all that she has a boundless capacity for finding beauty in the midst of pain.
By adapting the story for the 21st century and transporting it to a college campus, playwright William Thomas Berk—Theatre Berk’s producer—has created a brutal and potent form of entertainment.
Robert O’Hara’s 2015 play about race, class and the slippery notion that is objective truth blends horrifying and hilarious familial dysfunction with a series of plot twists.
Despite its strangeness, audiences will be rewarded with ferocious performances and a fascinating exploration of how trauma can transcend space and time.
My essential seven: E.M. Lewis
A new short film pushes back against “model minority” Asian stereotypes.
The short film was inspired, in part, by the towering mural on the side of the Carlyle Building in downtown Portland of the same name.