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Bike Play 6: Bike Play's Big Adventure

REBECCA JACOBSON
7 pm Thursday-Saturday and 3 pm Sunday, June 19-22, Saturday June 21 | Free
Peninsula Park
North Ainsworth Street and Albina Avenue
 

As part of Pedalpalooza, the Working Theatre Collective stages its sixth annual bike play, a reliably amusing theatrical romp in which attendees pedal from one location to the next as a drama unfolds. This year, inspired by Pee-Wee's Big Adventure, the troupe rides around North Portland in search of a filched bike. Keep your helmeted head on a swivel.



Where: Peninsula Park
Address: North Ainsworth Street and Albina Avenue
Website: http://theworkingtheatrecollective.wordpress.com

 
 

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