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Vegan Night time Market — The vegan-curious and longtime vegans will collect for what’s being known as Portland’s first Vegan Night time Market, 4 p.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27.

It will happen at 1517 S.E. tenth Ave., the nook of Southeast twenty seventh and Hawthorne Boulevard. It is free for all ages and open to the pubic.

There will be scores of native vegan eating places, pop-ups, companies, nonprofits and grassroots organizations all celebrating the vegan life, and listening to beats by DJ Retrobot and elevating cash for the Wildwood Farm Sanctuary and Protect.

It is being shaped as maybe the primary of many Vegan Night time Market occasions.

For extra, see the Vegan Night time Market web page on Fb.


‘tick, tick … BOOM!’— The Portland Heart Stage play, a precursor and origin story by the late Jonathan Larson for “Lease,” will get underway with opening night time Friday, Aug. 26. It exhibits by Sept. 18 at The Armory.

Larson wrote it as an autobiographical rock musical and he carried out it as a solo rock monologue in 1990. He died in 1996 from an aortic aneurysm, simply earlier than his thirty sixth birthday, however “tick, tick … BOOM!” was revamped by playwright David Auburn as a three-actor piece with vocal preparations and orchestrations by Stephen Oremus.

It premiered Off-Broadway in 2001, adopted by a London manufacturing in 2005 starring Neil Patrick Harris. The musical was made standard once more with Lin Manuel Miranda’s 2021 Netflix film.

It includes a rock rating and presents a proverbial backstage tour of the love and sweat Larson put into making his Broadway musical desires a actuality, PCS stated.

The play exhibits how Larson feels the stress as he approaches his thirtieth birthday, attempting to work his manner into theater, searching for his large break. Will he promote out to maintain the lights on? Will he lose the love of his life? Will he lastly write the hovering music that may change every little thing? And if he does, will anybody be there to see it?

PCS placed on “Lease” within the spring.

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COURTESY PHOTO: SHAWNTE SIMS - Jesse Weil as Jon and Lauren Steele as Susan in "tick, tick … BOOM!"

COURTESY PHOTO: SHAWNTE SIMS - Lauren Steele as Susan and Jesse Weil as Jon in "tick, tick … BOOM!"

Stumptown Levels — The musical firm has introduced its 2022-23 season:

Oct. 7-30, “Little Store of Horrors”; Jan. 20-Feb. 12, 2023, “Cabaret”; June 2-June 25, 2023, “The Full Monty.” Every can be staged at Winningstad Theatre.

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Upcoming occasions — Some occasions to contemplate attending within the subsequent week:

• The Immigrant Story and Oregon Historic Society, together with photographer Jim Lommasson and conceptual artist Roberta Wong, current a brand new exhibit, “I Am An American: Tales of Exclusion and Belonging.” It consists of images, collected objects and narratives from Asian Individuals, and exhibits Aug. 26-Jan. 8 on the Oregon Historic Society.

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• Imago Theatre goes galactic on stage — a rarity in theater — with “Lumen Thriller,” Aug. 26-Sept. 17. It marks playwright Jerry Mouawad’s first enterprise into a distinct sort of science fiction — an allegorical realm incorporating existential inspection, religious redemption and familial tensions as a mom and daughter rocket to distant galaxies.

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• Throughout the Columbia River, the Vancouver Wine & Jazz Pageant options loads of music (and wine), Friday-Sunday, Aug. 26-28, at Esther Brief Park in Vancouver, Washington.

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• Upcoming Moda Heart exhibits embody Kendrick Lamar, Aug. 26, and Alicia Keys, Aug. 31.

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• McMenamins Edgefield in Troutdale lists Bonnie Raitt (Aug. 26) and Robert Plant/Alison Krauss (Aug. 27) as offered out, however tickets stay for Maren Morris (Aug. 28).

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• The 93rd annual dahlia present, placed on by the Portland Dahlia Society, takes place at Oaks Amusement Park’s Historic Dance Pavilion, noon-5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 28.

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• The Hawthorne Road Honest takes place Sunday, Aug. 28.

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• On the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Artwork at PSU, the exhibit “The Artwork of Meals,” from the Collections of Jordan B. Schnitzer and His Household Basis, showcases how a few of the most distinguished artists of the twentieth and twenty first centuries have thought of the common object of meals. It exhibits Aug. 30-Dec. 3.

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• At RV Inn Fashion Resorts Amphitheater in Ridgefield, Washington, it is Sammy Hagar and the Circle and George Thorogood, Sept. 3.

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COURTESY PHOTO: FRIENDS OF COLUMBIA GORGE - Portland artist Janie Lowe was the big winner in a Friends of Columbia Gorge and Maryhill Museum of Art plein art contest with "Westcliff Glow."
Janie Lowe — Mates of the Columbia Gorge and Maryhill Museum of Artwork collaborate on a contest annually that sits on the intersection of artwork and conservation and attracts artists from across the nation.

This 12 months, a Portland artist gained a giant prize. Janie Lowe earned the Columbia Gorge Award on the “Pacific Northwest Plein Air within the Columbia Gorge” paint out and exhibition, which happened at Maryhill Museum simply outdoors Goldendale, Washington.

Her oil portray, “Westcliff Glow,” is a surprising piece capturing a summer time sundown within the gorge on a windy vantage close to Westcliff Lodge.

“I’ll always remember portray ‘Westcliff Glow.’ It wasn’t only a plein air portray, it was journey portray,” she stated. She and one other artist thought the winds would die down, however they appeared to get stronger. “However with weighted easels from our backpacks and enormous stones across the toes, we continued on, battling the 30- to 40-mile-per-hour winds and solar glare.”

Artists had been judged on how they illustrated and celebrated the pure magnificence and sense of surprise of the gorge.

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New season — NW Dance Mission has introduced its 2022-23 season, which incorporates the return of its “In Good Firm” exhibits choreographed by dancers.

It begins with “Bolero+” at Newmark Theatre, Oct. 14-15, adopted by: “In Good Firm” at NW Dance Mission Inventive Heart, Dec. 16-18; “Frequent Floor” at Reser Heart for the Arts in Beaverton, March 17-18, 2023; “Stravinsky” at Newmark Theatre, June 2-3, 2023.

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Psychological well being — MediaRites Manufacturing and Oregon Kids’s Theatre are partnering on “The —Ism Youth Information,” a mission specializing in writings and interviews with youth ages 12-21 about psychological well being.

It comes within the wake of devastating isolation felt by youth in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers stated.

The interviews can be used to create a set of monologues, private essays, poetry and brief graphic novelettes; MediaRites additionally will produce 4 30-minute podcasts of youth tales, interviews and performances.

It is meant to give attention to youth self-care in BIPOC and incapacity communities.

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Theater launch — A brand new Portland movie firm, Barnegat Studios, will launch its debut characteristic movie, “The place’s Rose,” in a few metro-area theaters beginning Aug. 26: Regal Division Road Theater and Regal Films on TV theater in Hillsboro.

The story: A social-horror movie, it focuses on Eric (Ty Simpkins), a preferred, brilliant, college-bound soccer group star from a “good” middle-class household. Nevertheless, Eric’s future is placed on maintain when his little sister Rose (Skyler Elyse Philpot) goes lacking. When Rose returns, Eric begins to suspect one thing else monstrous has returned in her place.

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