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Cabaret Boris and Natasha

AARON SPENCER
8 pm Friday-Saturday, Nov. 1-2., Saturday November 02 | $10-$15.
Performance Works NW
4625 SE 67th Ave.
 
This variety show plays on duplicity: alternate personas, imposters, disguises and covers. Wayne Bund’s genderfuck drag persona Feyonce MCs the show that includes dance and theater. Among the acts: Intisar Abioto performs a piece dealing with “self-mythos and magic” that is likely highly abstract, Chuck Barnes plays the banjo, Grace Carter (of Defunkt Theatre) presents a piece on conceptual portraitist Cindy Sherman and three untrained guys calling themselves the Boris & Natasha Dancers perform what they call “anti-dance”— basically Linda Austin helped them come up with something in one rehearsal.

Where: Performance Works NW
Phone: 777-1907
Address: 4625 SE 67th Ave.
Website: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/491991

 
 

Performance Works NW

4625 SE 67th Ave.
Portland , OR
 
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