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Performance Works NW | 4625 SE 67th Ave. | Portland, OR 97206
unless otherwise indicated
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May 15 -16 | Cabaret Boris & Natasha
Greathhouse, Stephen Cohen & Friends, Chane Gilbert, Katrina O’Brien with Paige McKinney, Angela Fair, Cattitude, and the Boris & Natasha Dancers: Metro President David Bragdon, Deputy Secretary of State Barry Pack & Wes Burden ! MC’d by Kaj-anne Pepper and Kandy Payne.
Tickets are recession friendly $10-$15 sliding scale; $8-$12 for Fan Club Members
Beer, wine, snacks are available.
Reservations at: firstname.lastname@example.org
OR 503. 777.1907
This beloved long-running arts salon named after PWNW feline mascots, Boris & Natasha (RIP), brings in the height of spring with dance, music, and more from an exceptional pool of Portland’s finest performers. Expect dance and punk rock, capricious cats and catty queens, eccentric accordionists and brave Politicians for a full bodied feline freak show.
SAVE THESE DATES for our *new* Alembic Series:
Fellow Artists as Guest Curators
May 29-31 | Alembic #1 | Curator: Curtis Walker of Impetus Arts
No One Wants to See the Wires
May 30-31, 2009
Saturday at 7 p.m.
Sunday at 2 p.m.
Tickets are $12 for general admission and $7 for youth, Deaf, disabled, and under-employed audience members.
Follow artists Carole Zoom, Julie Osborn and Bill Alton from childhood, through physical and mental changes, on vacation and even down a rabbit hole. Curated by Curtis Walker of Impetus Arts, this event interweaves autobiographical vignettes from 3 very different lives, to expose what makes them tick and what goes on behind the scenes when you live with disabilities.
June 19-20| Alembic #2| Curator: choreographer Anne Furfey
Artists: Tere Mathern, Gregg Bielemeier, Touchmonkey, Daniel Addy
ALSO COMING IN JUNE:
June 6- 7 | Tiffany Lee Brown| Easter Island Participation Tour
June 6 @ 7:30 PM
June 7 @ 2:00 PM
We are compelled to create: to make, write, and birth. How do we manifest this deep desire? How do our creations—novels, babies, and atom bombs—affect our lives, our culture, and our planet? The Easter Island Project invites audiences to explore the questions through the act of creation itself with Plazm editor and 2GQ director Tiffany Lee Brown, as she prepares for an interdisciplinary art expedition to Easter Island in the South Pacific. Saturday evening’s performance and Sunday’s matinee will involve different creative experiences. Come to both shows and you’ll get a free bagel and coffee on Sunday. Cost: $10 See www.2GQ.org for more, or email easterislandproject at gmail.com The artist’s blog is here.
2GQ – EASTER ISLAND PROJECT
PO BOX 2863
PORTLAND, OR 97208