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Welcome to Artslandia at the Performance – a city playbill and performing arts magazine. Enjoy the show.

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In This Issue 20 Q+A: GRIMM GUESTS Sasha Roiz and Silas Weir Mitchell bring their famous TV faces to the PCS stage to rediscover live theatre and connect with Portland, which they admit has started to feel like home.

26 CHOOSE A MUSIC FEST

This summer, the hills (and plains, and waterfront) are alive with the sound of music. But which way will you turn? Follow our handy chart to choose the fest that’s best for you.

32 GOOD DEEDS: THE VALENTINE FUND

After a bad bicycle fall, Louanne Moldovan was at risk of paralysis and in need of surgery. Fortunately, the Portland Area Theatre Alliance was there to help.

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36 LEARNING CURVE

JamBallah Festival founder Elise Morris walks us through the major styles of belly dance, introduces us to Portland's movers and shakers, and debunks some misunderstandings.

IN EVERY ISSUE 44 GET YOUR GUS ON!

Quintessential Portland Filmmaker Gus Van Sant has plenty of wild stories to share, from the time he recruited a lost Yellow Pages salesman to act in a movie, to the time he hallucinated Nirvana music while listening to chainsaws in the woods. Artslandia got these choice cuts and more from Mario Falsetto, author of Conversations with Gus Van Sant and course lecturer at Northwest Film Center’s The Essential Gus Van Sant series.

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Calendar From the Editor-at-Large Ambassador Column Find Your Art From The Desk Of Tag, You’re It. Did You Know? Dramatic Dishes Past Performances

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In This Issue Q+A: GRIMM GUESTS Sasha Roiz and Silas Weir Mitchell bring their famous TV faces to the PCS stage to rediscover live theatre...

Artslandia at the Performance May/June 2015  

In This Issue Q+A: GRIMM GUESTS Sasha Roiz and Silas Weir Mitchell bring their famous TV faces to the PCS stage to rediscover live theatre...