Tag Archives: Performance

TBA FLIGHTS: GLOBE TROTTER

To help you navigate this year’s Festival, we’ll be sharing regular posts on some of the “through-lines” of this year’s program. Whether you have a particular interest in dance or site-specific projects or visual art or film, we’ve got a … Continue reading

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most beautiful

Dean & Britta 13 Most Beautiful… Songs for Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests Thursday, September 15, 8:30 pm Washington High School Posted by: Nicole Leaper Photos by: Chase Allgood After a few nights at the WORKS, it’s interesting to see the … Continue reading

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heightened perception

New Musics Wednesday, September 14, 10:30 pm THE WORKS at Washington High School Posted by: Nicole Leaper Photos by: Chase Allgood Act 1: Color Film 5 (Madison Brookshire) and Field Organ (Tashi Wada) “The subject of the work is duration, … Continue reading

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ANNOUNCING TBA:11!

Video by Matthew DiTullo, song courtesy of Explode Into Colors/Claudia Meza. THERE’S NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT. This September, PICA’s ninth-annual Time-Based Art Festival takes over Portland, Oregon, for an all-hours, city-wide happening of contemporary performance and visual art. The … Continue reading

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SoloShow = Subtle Study in Fantastic Form, Magical Movement

Maria Hassabi SoloShow Imago Theatre Monday, September 13, 2010 Posted by Eve Connell Just the kinda performance I typically don’t enjoy–one in which nothing (much) happens. While my counterpart was bored out of her mind right from the get-go (a … Continue reading

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Lemon Anderson/ COUNTY OF KINGS: the beautiful struggle

In the first minutes of Lemon Anderson’s spoken word autobiography, I was hit with a sense of dread. He began with a poetic introduction that had me fearing an entire performance filled with spoken word and hip hop clichés. Luckily, … Continue reading

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