Home / Events / Theater / A Kaddish for Bernie Madoff

A Kaddish for Bernie Madoff

REBECCA JACOBSON
1 pm Saturday, Feb. 1 and 7:30 Thursday-Sunday, Feb. 6-9, Saturday February 01 | $20-$35; Feb. 1 is "pay what you can"
Portland Playhouse
602 NE Prescott St.
 

Multitalented performer Alicia Jo Rabins—she's a poet, singer and violinist, and a Torah scholar to boot—presents an experimental song cycle that examines the crimes of Bernie Madoff in unconventional ways. Incorporating ancient Buddhist and Jewish texts and original animation by Portlander Zak Margolis, Rabins asks questions about our personal and financial ethics. The Feb. 1 performance is a "pay-what-you-can," 30-minute sneak preview, with the fully mounted show running Feb. 6-9.



Where: Portland Playhouse
Phone: 488-5822
Address: 602 NE Prescott St.
Website: http://www.boomarts.org/

 
 
Other events in Theater

Theory of Achievement

Friday, Sep 04, 2015

This summer, Portland's Yale Union and the Parisian art collective Castillo/Corrales will swap houses, share people and exchange money. On Aug. 1, Castillo/Corrales will open its group exhibition � ...

Through Sept. 6. Opening 7–9 pm Saturday, Aug. 1.
Yale Union (YU) 800 SE 10th Ave., Portland Web | Map

A Peanut in a Suit is a Peanut Nonetheless

Friday, Sep 04, 2015

Daniel Long's work appropriates common painting techniques and visual symbols into an open-ended rumination on representation and narrative. The ensuing world—populated by scenes of largely ancie ...

Opening reception 2-5 pm Sunday, Aug. 9. Through Sept. 19.
Nationale 3360 SE Division St. Portland Web | Map

Beauty in the Age of Indifference

Friday, Sep 04, 2015

This group exhibition both celebrates and challenges our notions of what is beautiful, and what role beauty plays in a contemporary society obsessed and dist ...

Through Sept. 12.
Jeffrey Thomas Fine Art 2219 NW Raleigh Ave. Portland Web | Map
Also At Portland Playhouse
There's no more events in Portland Playhouse
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
comments powered by Disqus
 

Web Design for magazines

Close
Close
Close