REVIEWS: Push The Boat Out

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For many reasons, I thoroughly enjoyed ‘Push The Boat Out’ . A beautiful and simple story told by as minimal light as possible and two hilarious yet curious friends, this show was incredibly well crafted and presented. Paired as a … Continued

REVIEWS: COMBO PACK! NOW WITH FREE MAP!!

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Hold onto your butts, because nothing can save you now. Not on this boat.  Aardvark Boat Tours is a beautifully silly tour around Downtown Portland, and sails away with your heart and straight into certain doom. Great writing and #I-Ship-It chemistry … Continued

REVIEWS: War: A Love Story

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War: A Love Story is a gripping, enthralling, beautiful and fierce re-telling of part of (or all?) of the Aphrodite myth (although honestly, my knowledge of greek mythology is limited, but it doesn’t matter because this is literally a re-telling … Continued

REVIEWS: Cooking With Kathryn

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Can somebody please tell me why this show is only 30 minutes?!? Paired as a Double Feature, I loved ‘Cooking with Kathryn’ and want to see more of this adorable Christian Southern Belle with just a little too much going … Continued

REVIEWS: Io Ballo

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With a brightly colored dress and some adorable avocado socks strolling into the room, I knew ‘IO Ballo’ was going to be filled with many moments of excitement. Slowly finding my initial guess wasn’t wrong, I began smiling and continued … Continued

REVIEWS: Denial Is A Wonderful Thing

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This show felt like slipping into some swanky martini bar, being handed a sidecar, and making eye contact with a fancy stranger. And then that fancy stranger lunges into their life story, and instead of being annoyed that you can’t … Continued

REVIEWS: Radical Softness

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Radical Softness plays with boundaries and interconnectivity…who do we need?.. what do we do with the artifacts of others?… how do we balance that need for others and our desire to be? After the first PortFringe performance of Yuhas & … Continued

REVIEWS: Keepin’ It Real With Wilson

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There’s a line partway through this show that’s really struck me, something along the lines of “familiarity is the first step toward acceptance and understanding.” It’s the sort of truth that’s so obvious, it’s world shattering: why hadn’t I considered … Continued

REVIEWS: BURAKEYE

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Burakeye was down to 3 dancers when I saw them on Saturday night. They had transportation issues and were unable to get all their drums to the Apohadion. However, the show must go on. So with audio tracks of their … Continued

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