May 1-3 || A Push Leg Salon: Avoidance

You are invited to Push Leg’s first performances of our company’s newest original work. Come experience our salon and linger after the performance for conversation, drinks, and light bites (cash only concessions).

May 1, 2, 3 @ 7:30pm – One Weekend Only!
Performance Works Northwest
4625 SE 67th Ave., Portland, OR 97206
Tickets $15.00 General Admission
$10.00 Students, Seniors & Artists

Click here to purchase tickets. Seating is limited. Advanced reservations encouraged. Tickets will be available at the door each night on a first come basis.

A wild collision of movement and text, inspired by YouTube videos of dogs avoiding taking a bath, articles about the collapse of civilization, the ‘furry’ movement, Blanche DuBois, mashed together with The Gas Heart by Tristan Tzara and the Surrealist Manifesto.

The evening also includes an excerpt from Faith Helma’s (Hand2Mouth) new solo show I Hate Positive Thinking and the short film stumble then rise on some awkward morning by Kurtis Hough.

Push Leg Salon: Avoidance created by Guest Director Catherine Egan and Push Leg members Anne Sorce and Sascha Blocker, in collaboration with artist Paul Susi (performer), and designers Owen Waltz (lighting), Sumi Wu (costumes) and Max Ward (select set pieces).

Push Leg Salon: Avoidance
is funded in part by the Regional Arts & Culture Council

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