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TBA Day Eight: French Theater Artists Present ‘GERMINAL’

Thursday, September 18, 2014

 

Photo Credit: Bea Borgers

Day eight of Portland's Time Based Art (TBA) festival features contemporary theater performance, 'GERMINAL,' by French artists Halory Goerger and Antoine Defoort. GERMINAL is an unconventional play about how humans would run the world if given the chance to start from scratch. 

The Portland Institute of Contemporary Art (PICA) said GERMINAL is one of the most talked-about recent works of contemporary international theater. 

In the play the characters invent telepathy, question physics, and construct new rules for social engagement. GERMINAL stands as a metaphor for human evolution, according to PICA. 

GERMINAL shows at 8:30 p.m. Sept. 18-19 at Portland State University's Lincoln Performance Hall, 1620 SW Park Ave., Portland.

The show costs $25 and $20 for PICA members. 

Home Page Photo Credit: Alain Rico

 

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Pepper Pepper, aka Kaj-Anne Pepper, floats amongst a jam-packed crowd toward the end of the night at "Critical Mascara" at TBA's The Works. 

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Dance-Off

A Dance-Off concluded the "Critical Mascara" evening. 

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Critical Mascara Patrons

"Critical Mascara" patrons included this handsome couple.

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Dance-Off

A fierce Dance-Off was part of the festivities.

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Cheryl Ladd aka artist Michael Horwitz.

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Critical Mascara

One of the beautiful faces in the crowd at "Critical Mascara"

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Pepper Pepper performed while popping his balloons. 

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Winner

This fierce queen finished first at the end of the night. 

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An action shot of "Critical Mascara."

 
 

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