mollyDPlease join us by 6:30 pm on May 8th at Rhapsody and be a part of giving back to the community. Rhapsody is a free event.  The second Sunday of every month, local musicians and audience come together for an … Continue Reading

Fertile Ground 2015 is a 11-day arts festival that will be held January 22 through February 1 in Portland, Oregon. This city-wide festival is focused on new work in the Arts. It will feature world premiere projects, staged readings, developing … Continue Reading

Have you ever dreamt of being swept around a ballroom like a princess? Or, maybe you just want to shake it like Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper did in “Silver Linings Playbook.”

Either way, you can see ballroom dancing in … Continue Reading

The 2014/2015 season of BodyVox’s gruesome goodness starts on October 23 with the presentation of BloodyVox – Nightmare on Northrup.

“Screaming with mirth and terrible beauty, Nightmare on Northrup is a wickedly entertaining tribute to BodyVox’s favorite time of … Continue Reading

Maybe you saw trapeze artists in your kid days, when you went to a cricus. Or maybe it was was the higher art form of, say, a Cirque de Soleil performance. Whatever it is, it captures so many imaginations as … Continue Reading

Jefferson Dancers

The Jefferson Dancers, voted the best local dance company by Willamette Week, perform at the Newmark Theater this week, combining youthful exuberance, explosive energy and physical lyricism with professionalism, focus and excellence.

Just back from a tour in China, the … Continue Reading

SOAR Sisters

In case you missed PRP’s coverage of the two dancing sisters, Kiera Brinkley and Uriah Boyd, and their compelling personal and creative relationship – we’re reposting here.

Since our story, other media outlets in PDX have started paying attention … Continue Reading


SOARIt’s a question we all ask ourselves everyday.

Imagine you had a dream…

A dream of becoming a dancer.

But, due to a series of very unfortunate events, your arms and legs were unlike those of most “typical” dancers.

What … Continue Reading