Just out. (Portland, OR) 1983-2013, August 15, 2003, Page 32, Image 32

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ON V I EW
The B am *, ft Noble Art Wall 1720 N Jantzen
Beach exhorts watercdor paintings and stained glass
work by lesbian artist Haro« through Aug 31
G ay owned Brian Marin Fin* Art. 2236 NE
Broadway, displays the absurd, humorous and entertain
mg work of painters Chuck Sites and Jim Newman m
Le t's Have Som e Fun through Aug. 30
The Egyptian Club. 3701 SE Division St., show s the
impulsive and abstract paintings of Jennifer Budke
through Aug 31.
Elizabeth Leach Gallary, 207 S W Pine S t . pre
rmeres Twitch/Tremble/Tense. a new show of video,
monotypes and photography by Portland Institute of
Contemporary Art director Kristy Edmund* through
Aug 30
Haven. 3551 S E Division S t . plays host to the mood
sw ings of painter Countess VonBergen through
Aug 23 One room features colorful paintings of flow­
ers. insects and happy animals, while another holds a
senes of Elizabethan pussy portraits
Mark WooNay Gallery 120 N W Ninth A v e . pre
sents playback, an exploration of race, self and context
by Portlander damali ayo Sept 2 27 A s part of the
exhibit the queer conceptual artist extends her Henl-a-
Nagro.com W eb site performance by attending 10
events as a ’ rental' for a $25 fee Applications avail
able at the opening reception 6 9 pm Sept 3 An artist
talk takes place 4 pm Sept 13.
pioar gallery. 809 S W Alder St exhibits mythos
by Brooke M acKenzie Ihrough A ug t5 Intricate, figu­
rative creatures hiding in patterns of Victorian era
wallpaper result m visual labyrinths that reveal an
am using m ythology
Portland Art Museum 1219 S W Park Ave . pre
sents the Oregon Biennial through Sept 7 and The
Shape of Color, sculpture from surreal Spanish artist
Joan M iró through Sept 21
Soundvision. 625 N W Everett S t *108. presents
a solo exhibition of work by gay owner/artist T J
N orris in an audiovisual installation titled
Genometncs CTnbryd Part I of 3) Sept 4 O ct 18
He collaborates with Beequeen of the Netherlands,
Illusion of Safety from C hicago and Humectan!
Portland s Bodyvoa launches its new season with First
Impressions vof 3 Sept 4-10 This ntimate yet ener
g e t* showcase of new works by several regonal chore­
ographers samples multiple styles of modem dance
(CaH 5032290627 for tones and prices 1300 NW
Northrop St $22 from Tickets West)
Brainwaves Improvisetional Comedy performs
al The Electric Company Sept 4 27 Members blend
quick wits, zany characters and audience suggestions
for a fast paced, off the wall evening Bnng a prop for
use onstage 18 pm Thursday Saturday 2512 SE
Gladstone St *200 $12 from 503 7909550 or
www bratnwavesimprov com)
The Broadw ay R osa Theater Com pany closes
its sum m er season with Pete n Keefy through
A ug 17 G ay performer Rick Lew is stars with
Sharon M aroney m the title roles of this musical com ­
edy that spoofs the marned singing duos of the
1960s Staged by gay director A b * Rsybold at
Tigard's Deb Fennell Auditonum (Call for times
9000 S W Durham Road $ I0 $ I9 from
503-620-5262 or www broadwayrose com )
The Brody Theater presents Summer m Bmdavia a
double bill of comedy and improvisation. Saturdays
through Sept 6 (9 pm 1904 NW 27th Ave $10 from
503-224 0688 or www brodytheater com )
Eaotic A ctors G uild presents Chicken Soup for
the Hole through A ug 23 at Stark Raving Theatre
Original sketches, dances, strange bits of expen
mental com edy (10 45 pm Friday and Saturday
2257 N W Raleigh St $12 from 503 232 7072 or
www starkravinglheatre org )
Eugene s Hult Center for th* Perform ing A rts
plays host to Sunny Side of the Street with Oscar.
Emmy and Grammy winner Rita M oreno for one
night only A ug 16 (730 pm 1 Eugene Center $22
from box office. 5 4 1 682 5000 or
www hultcenter o rg)
Insight Out Theatre Collective presents One. an
original musical wntten. directed and starring Wad*
McCollum (the cool queer of Hedwig and the Angry
Inch fame) through Aug 23 at Portland Community
College's Sytvania Cam pus Based loosely on Herman
H esse s Siddhartha. the play follows a m an's spmtual
pum ey to Oneness (730 pm Fnday and Saturday
Prima musical thoatsr quean Rita Moreno walks on th* Sunny Sid» of (he Street
Aug. 10 in Eugene
Quintas senes Language and Im agination
Thoatr* stages The Child Is Father of the Man
Portland Opera presents international percussion,
through Aug 16 at University of Portland's M ago Hunt
Center This world premiere by Portland playwright
Connor K em s features a gay man who loves poetry
but struggles with real-life relationships (Ca* for
movement and comedy troupe Stom p through Aug 17
at Keller Auditorium (Ca* for times 222 SW Clay St
times 5000 N WiHamette Btvd $t0-$l2 from
503285 2826 or www qht org.)
12000 SW 49th Ave $10^15 sliding scale from
503-2340973.)
$IO-$48 from box office or Ticketmaster )
THE BOYS NEXT D O O R
by Marc Acito
Aslona s Th# River Theater stages The Rocky
Horror Show through Aug 30 ’Com e out to the coast,
dress up and throw to a st' (8 pm Thursday Saturday.
7 pm Sunday Midnight shows Aug 16 and 23 230 W
Manne Drwe $10^15 from 503-325-7487)
triangle productions! presents two encore perform­
ances of the popular musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Aug 28 and 29 at the Wieden + Kennedy Auditonum
(8 pm 224 NW 13th Ave $24 $30 horn 503 2395919
or TicketsWest )
BULLETIN
BOARD
Sign up for a queer American Sign Language
class from Deaf & Heanng OUT Reach Beginning,
intermeddle and advanced levels, plus a conversation
group and family class; 10 week terms begin the last
week of September C a l 503 235 0840 (voice), send
e mail to queerasftyahoo com or visit
www deafvision net/dhor (9/5)
D y k e s T bW SLtch. O u f f b r by Alison BeeJudd
The Portland Lesbian Choir, a nonaudrtxxi community
chorus, welcomes new and retumng sn g n g members for
its 2003-2004 season under new musical dree tor Darcy
Schm dt Contact portlandesbianchorBtiotma* com. (9/5)
Ashland's Artattack Theater is holding auditions for
th* gay romantic comedy Jeffrey Rehearsals begm
in September for a November run M en ages 20 to 50
needed C a l 541 482 6505 for an appointment (9/5)
Volunteer for the Susan G Komen Breast Cancer
Foundation s Race for the Cure Sept 14' Help pre
pare the race, work al the Health Expo, distribute food,
register participants, etc For more information cal
503-553 3680. ext 4. or visit
www raceforthecure-pdx.org. (9/5)
Raise the roof on Portland Habitat for Humanity s
100th home Jom a Sept 13 ’ Parade of House P a rts'
or become a team captain and get together community
minded friends, family and neighbors for a great cause
C a l 503-287-9529 or visit www pdxhabitat org. (9/5)
Experienced singers sought for Lssbianissim o a new
wom en's octet All orientations welcome; members
selected based on vocal quality, blend, intonation and
sight singing ability Contact Mary M cCarty at
503 777-8621 or mccarty©q7 com (8/15)
The M sutnsr Project seeks black lesbian and bisexu
al women 18 and older to participate m ’Spmt Study.’ a
national survey of African American lesbian health
Complete survey at www spmtstudy org or call
202 332 5536 (8/15)
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