Choreographer Robin Lane founded this theater company in 1977, making Do Jump! the oldest of its kind in Oregon. Aerial and ... More
Choreographer Robin Lane founded this theater company in 1977, making Do Jump! the oldest of its kind in Oregon. Aerial and floor dance/acrobatics are combined with original music to create fresh, new entertainment. If you want to be part of the show, you can contact Robin through the theater's Web site to audition. Classes are available if you just want to learn this exciting new way to express your body. This company is so popular that the theater's performance of Doors! has traveled to New York City.
This welcoming northwest bistro immediately charms its guests. The subtle floral decor and clean lines are casually elegant. A limited
number of tables assure attentive service while enjoying a meal. Begin with a bottle of house wine and a ...
This local ballet company performs five times every year at the Portland Center for the Performing Arts . Established in
1989, the company has built a local and international reputation for its presentations, mostly classical, although contemporary ballet is ...
The Portland State University Film Committee proudly sponsors favorite movie classics at this popular downtown cinema. You can see movies
like 'Rumble Fish, Midnight Cowboy' and 'The Blues Brothers,' just to name a few. You will also enjoy newer ...