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January 2020

Dragons Love Tacos

January 18 - February 16

Presented by Oregon Children’s Theatre by Ernie Nolan and directed by Jessica Wallenfels, it is the tale of a young boy and his dog who encounter a quartet of dancing dragons. Each one has its own unique style and personality, but they are all hungry. A dance-filled journey into the field of Dragonology; equal parts ridiculous and delicious, Jan. 18-Feb. 16, Saturdays at 2 pm and 5 pm, Sundays at 11 am and 2 pm at Newmark Theatre, 1111 SW…

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Life According to Morty and Ruth

January 30 - February 15

Triangle productions! opens 2020 with the lighthearted Life According to Morty and Ruth. The comedy stars Wendy Westerwelle, Jay Randall Horenstein and  Alex Fox. In the story, Ruth is late, as always, but tonight the show has already begun as she rushes into the theatre. Morty went to find parking and he too will be entering the theatre late. Ruth can’t find her seat, and apologetically interrupts the actor on stage. Within minutes, she takes over the show, and that’s…

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Listening to Silence

January 31 - February 2

New Expressive Works presents a performance inspired by artistic director Subashini Ganesan’s long-time meditation on the ancient Rg Vedic poem 10.129 (Nasadiya) and various writings about silence by two authors - Rainer Maria Rilke and Jiddu Krishnamurti. The duet is a collaborative relationship of construction, de-construction, and re-construction of the Bharathanatyam vocabulary and rhythm, to explore the undefinable realms of silence. This piece is an invitation for audiences to consider the many subtleties of what silence is and can be. Especially…

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February 2020

Tear Down This Wall

February 8 @ 8:00 pm - February 9 @ 8:00 pm

The Broken Planetarium and Resonate Choral Arts are teaming up to present an all female choir musical of star-crossed lovers on either side of the Berlin Wall, an event that’s part of Fertile Ground Fest 2020. The new musical is set in Soviet era Berlin, retelling Ovid’s Pyramus and Thisbe, this time divided by the Wall. Reflecting on our own political moment of division and borders, and current attacks on human rights, the play documents the original star crossed lovers…

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Special K

February 14 @ 7:30 pm - February 22 @ 7:30 pm

Imago Theatre presents Jerry Mouawad’s new play, Special K, mashing up playwright Luigi Pirandello’s reality puzzles with vaudeville, tragedy and time-hopping romps through the Black Plague of the Middle Ages and back to the dark year of 2020. In a remote locale, a group of supporting actors await the entrance of HER, the Queen; some are veterans, some are new to the mix. All are uncertain what they will be called to do when she enters. There is no script,…

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