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February 2020

Really, Really? Really!

February 14 @ 7:00 pm

How to Really, Really? Really! Love a Woman is Eleanor O’Brien’s solo show; part storytelling, part stand-up, part TED Talk, part Vagina Monologue and a hilarious, empowering and educational tale. O’Brien’s is all about paying lip service to the divine, and celebrates a return to good ol’ fashion Goddess worship, with a modern twist. It’s a Valentine’s Day show certain to inform, inspire, and stimulate all kinds of juicy conversation. Clinton St. Theater, 2522 SE Clinton St., Friday, February 14,…

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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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Jet Black Pearl Turns the Corkscrew

February 17 @ 7:00 pm

Jet Black Pearl the wild accordion diva, brings her loops and energetic songs to the Corkscrew Wine Bar, 1665 SE Bybee Blvd, on Monday, February 17 at 7 pm. Born in the Netherlands, Jetty Swart, aka Jet Black Pearl, has lived and played her accordion, singing her intelligent and zany songs with humor, grace and charm at festivals and in clubs, schools, prisons, big tops and ruins throughout Europe, North America and Asia. The Corkscrew Wine Bar is an intimate…

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Sam Reider & The Human Hands

February 21 @ 7:30 pm

Sam Reider and the Human Hands perform live for Portland FolkMusic Society’s February concert at the Reedwood Friends Church. A jazz pianist by training, Reider has spent the last decade traveling with an accordion strapped to his back, exploring and interpreting folk music from around the world. He is a composer, singer-songwriter and leader of The Human Hands, a remarkable band of bluegrass and jazz musicians based in Brooklyn, NY. Reider and The Hands take on breakdown fiddling, Brazilian samba,…

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Master Mandolin Duet

February 26 @ 7:00 pm

Don Julin and Tim Connell are presenting a unique twin mandolin musical experience live at Artichoke Music. Mixing jazz, fiddle tunes, Brazilian and originals, the duo’s seasoned and fresh approaches to the mandolin feed off each other in an exciting, playful and very conversational performance. Julin is the author of Mandolin For Dummies and is based in Traverse City, Michigan. His original compositions have been used on network and cable television programs on Sony Classics, HBO, VH1, MTV, NBC, Bravo,…

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