Last Call

Again: how time flies. And before we know it, these too will be gone:

El Grito del Bronx is in its final performances at Miracle Theatre. It's a "memoryscape" of a brother and sister and their abusive father. Sounds gloomy and grisly, I know, but the reviews have been great. Closes Saturday.

OBT has been getting strong notices as well with its intimate performance in the Newmark Theater, Left Unsaid. Bob Hicks explains it all for you in his review, and you've got five more chances to catch it, with 2:00 matinees on Saturday and Sunday, plus evening performances on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 7:30PM.

Have you ever been to the Art Gym at Marylhurst University? There's a fun film and video installation going on now that may entice you: "Guys Doing Guy Things" by Oregon artists Mike Bray, Dan Gilsdorf, Mack McFarland and Stephen Slappe features projected images, interesting installation art and integrated sculpture. Ends Monday.

Many are anxiously awaiting the announcement by Profile Theatre of who their featured playwright will be next year. Hopefully someone more interesting (if less prolific) than Neil Simon. Stop by their announcement party on Monday at 5:30 at Theater! Theatre! to be among the first to find out. It's free.

Have a great weekend!

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