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March 2019

Multnomah County Library March 2019 events

March 1 - March 29

Contact us to register for events: multcolib.org/contact Everybody Reads Everybody Reads 2019 celebrates the work of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie with the novel Americanah for adults and the essay We Should All Be Feminists for high school students. Everybody Reads 2019, a community reading project of Multnomah County Library, is made possible in part by gifts to The Library Foundation with author appearance made possible by Literary Arts. Programming support also made possible in part by Oregon Public Broadcasting, Portland State…

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Israel Hughes at Roll-Up Studio + Gallery

March 1 @ 8:00 am - March 29 @ 5:00 pm

For Immediate Release Exhibition Opening at Roll-Up Studio + Gallery   Israel Hughes, Edges Presenting new collage works March 1-30, 2019 Opening Reception (artist in attendance) Friday, March 1 5-9 pm Painter, collage artist and native Oregonian, Israel Hughes presents new mixed media works that celebrate layers, lines and edges. Motivated by formal relationships of shape, color, texture and visual themes, Hughes has created an ensemble of singular abstract works and series under such rubrics as “Roman Ruins,” “Figures” and “Clocks.”…

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Sidestreet Arts is All Mixed Up

March 2 - March 31

Through March 31 Artist Chat with Karen Wippich: March 10, Noon - 2 pm ​ Our March show, "All Mixed Up: Collage & Mixed Media" is a group show which will bring together an amazing array of, you guessed it, collage and mixed media artists. Kathy Brock, Sid DeLuca, Denise Althea Graham, Stephanie Hatch, Alicia Justus, Joe Kincher, Kimi Kitsch, Reta Larson, LuLu Ludlum, Kathleen Mistry, Michael Pratt, Jen Rideout, Bridgett Spicer, Jackie Stewart, Karen Wippich and more. You won’t want to miss this group…

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March 7 - March 23

Ben is a 26-year-old investment banker. He likes beer, sports, Emily, and Chris. Funny, sad and surprising, this three-character drama takes a hard look at the moral complex of a generation that prides itself on the pretense of acceptance. Straight is a provocative story, directed by Donald Horn, dealing with fidelity, sexuality and identity in “post-equality” America. It’s for audiences 18+ over only. March 7-23. Thursday-Saturday at 7:30, Sunday March 17 at 2 pm. All seats reserved at The Sanctuary…

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March 14 - March 23

presented by Speculative Drama and Susurrations: Thursdays-Saturdays, March 14-23 at 8 pm at The Steep And Thorny Way To Heaven, SE 2nd and Hawthorne Blvd. The French fairytale seems to be about two women fighting over a shared lover, but the tragic heart of the story is different and has inspired countless adaptations over the last century and a half, including Hans Christian Anderson’s The Little Mermaid. It’s the tale of a bold knight who makes poor decisions, a mermaid…

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March 15 - March 31

The Reformers community has adapted William Shakespeare’s classic King Lear; the group’s first production in a theatrical space. Not just a play, LĒR is an immersive experience told across multiple mediums – an ongoing meta-narrative; a three-part podcast series at bit.ly/2U7mrEf; an album of music composed by multiple Drammy winner Richard E. Moore and – endlessly more. The Reformers have startled and scared audiences with their previous presentations The Revenants, The Turn, and Yes No Goodbye. Bear in mind that…

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The Point Break Comedy and Meatball Sammich Festival with Mav Viola   and Brent Weinbach

March 20 - March 24

A pop-up comedy festival featuring headliners Mav Viola (Two Dykes & a Mic Tour; Boston Women in Comedy Festival), Kiry Shabazz (Comedy Central; The Tonight Show) and  Brent Weinbach (Comedy Central; Amazon; Andy Kaufman Award Winner) and over 30 national and regional comedians, improvisors and local drag queen favorites.  The Point Break Comedy and Meatball Sammich Festival is partnered with the Funhouse Lounge’s licensed production of the wildly popular Point Break: LIVE! stage adaptation where each night an audience member…

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Speculative Drama and Susurrations present: UNDINE

March 21 - March 23

UNDINE @ The Steep And Thorny Way To Heaven (advance ticket or RSVP encouraged) SE 2nd & Hawthorne $25 guaranteed seat, $18 GA ($15 advance) Thursdays, Fridays, & Saturdays March 14th - 30th 8pm Show, 7:30pm Doors and Pre-Show Entertainment (no late seating) ** Not recommended for children under 12 ** PORTLAND - The French fairytale novella Undine seems, on the surface, like a story about female jealousy: two women fighting over a shared lover, sacrifice, and revenge. But dig…

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 Emily Chenoweth    

March 21 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

 Emily Chenoweth Klawde is not your average cat. He’s an emperor from another planet, exiled to Earth. He’s cruel. He’s cunning. He’s brilliant… and he’s about to become Raj Banerjee’s best friend. Whether he likes it or not. Emily Chenoweth’s Klawde series (cowritten with Johnny Marciano) (Penguin Workshop) is the story of an unlikely friendship that emerges as two fish out of water begin to find their footing in strange new worlds. Thursday the 21st, 7:30pm  /  Powell's on Hawthorne     …

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Dervish with special guest Kathryn Claire Mar 21 at The Alberta Rose Theatre

March 21 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm

The Alberta Rose Theatre: 3000 NE Alberta Street Phone Public: 503-719-6055 Tickets at www.albertarosetheatre.com & 503-764-4131 Dervish with special guest Kathryn Claire Mar 21, 2019 at 8:00 PM Minors OK when accompanied by a parent or guardian Doors open at 7:00 $25 Advance $30 At the Door Music from the West of Ireland with passionate vocals and dazzling instrumentals. Dervish have been bringing Irish traditional music to the world for more than 25 years. Described by the BBC as “an icon of Irish music”,…

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