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We're coming out of Queerantine, babez! Join Dam Right Drag Night for their third Pride Month show at the Majestic. Watch and celebrate drag and other performance art by artists from throughout the Willamette Valley!


Covid Precautions: Masks required for the audience.

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The Big Top comes to The Majestic Theatre! However before the show can begin, Tart of the Valley Burlesque needs to get their acts together. Watch as these amazing performers get ready for opening night in a titillating sneak peek behind the curtain that is sure to be full of naughty shenanigans. Whether on the stage or in the air, there is bound to be something to tickle your fancy. This is not your (normal) family friendly circus, so keep the kiddos at home as our entertainers twist, twirl, and tease. Lions, boobies, and butts, oh my! 

 

Join in for this vaudeville circus themed burlesque/variety show. Live! Masked! In person! 

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Director choreographer Donna Blatt Ervin along with choreographer Heather Vencill, and their talented group of 15 dancers take to the stage to share works developed in the 2 years since their last recital concert.

 

With emphasis on technique and physicality, contemporary and classical styles of Modern dance are combined to create an evening of entertaining and dynamic performance.

The 15 dances on the program offers thought provoking choreography. Original works depict personal introspection, solace found in nature, the issue of immigration, the importance of community and our place within it.

Other dances are created simply to share their of love of dance and it’s endless possibilities for expression.

 

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Spencer begins to clean their room and reflect on their relationships with the people around them. Who can and can't we control in our lives, does caring mean anything beyond words, and does infatuation go both ways? 

This show is a dive into the trauma and struggle of being a queer person of color in today’s culture—falling into party culture, losing relationships, and making bad decisions. But as Spencer cleans their room, they heal themself as well, starting a journey toward something better. 

COVID: Vaxx Verification and Masking in Place for Audience and Cast/Crew (When Not Performing)

 

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