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Liminal + Fassbinder

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Liminal + Fassbinder

Liminal presents Rainer Werner Fassbinder's

Marilyn Monroe contre les vampires

(AKA Blood on the Cat's Neck)

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Fassbinder


Celebrate the holidays with Liminal's multimedia update of this 1972 black comedy.  

In this (literally) biting social satire, Phoebe Zeitgeist is an alien intelligence sent to Earth to investigate human democracy in action. Sadly, Phoebe has a problem—she learns our language, but can't figure out US.

Also, vampires.

Audiences are invited to wander through Liminal's 360-degree Fassbinder fantasia to witness the serenades of the living, the dead, the virtually living, and the virtually dead.

TRIGGER WARNINGS: substance abuse, holiday blues, sexual harassment, semiotics, societal complacency, firearms, fetishes, Donald J. Trump, structuralism, choking, privileged classes behaving badly, blood sucking, suicide, Hegel.

At Disjecta  
8371 N Interstate Ave, Portland

One weekend only:

Thursday, December 8 at 7:30
Friday, December 9 at 7:30 and 9:30
Saturday, December 10 at 7:30 and 9:30
Sunday, December 11 at 5:30 and 7:30

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Featuring Fassbinder zines by Going Places.

With Carissa Burkett (soprano) as Phoebe Zeitgeist
And performances by  Linda Austin, Evan Corcoran, Carla Grant, Wayne Haythorn, 
Eleanor Johnson, Don Kern, Alex Reagan, Danielle RossTodd Van Voris

Written by Rainer Werner Fassbinder
Translated by Denis Calandra
Directed by John Berendzen
Developed by John Berendzen, Evan Corcoran and the ensemble
Video design by Frank Bieberkopf
Original music by John Berendzen
Video and media tech: Jared LeeSharon Porter, Ben Purdy, John Berendzen

Still curious? Read the news release.

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Est 1997


Experimental Performance
in Portland Oregon

Since 1997.

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Experimental Performance
in Portland Oregon

Since 1997.

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Liminal is a nonprofit ensemble of artists producing performance and media works. Our company members and collaborating artists have produced more than twenty productions together, many as original creations. We are known for re-disvovering classic works from the twentieth century avant-garde, and for creating immersive, media-rich environments that become elaborate worlds unto themselves.