Bridgetown Revue was born out of our compulsive need to create, connect, and inspire through the performing, visual, and tactile arts. We are three women, brought together through our love of bellydance and desire to bring more beauty into to our community. Dance is inspiration. Dance connects us to our bodies and our spirit. It is our hope that through sharing the strength, the sensuality - and at times sillyness - of life through dance and art, others will be sparked to create more, love more, and dance MORE!
Members of the Bridgetown Revue are available to perform at festivals, corporate events, private parties, showcases, and any other event you can concoct! The collective also hosts and co-produces shows at a number of venues in Portland, OR showcasing members of the Revue as well as other talented musicians and performers. Whether producing events like the Bridgetown Fashion Revue, vaudeville spectaculars, or late night world dance parties, it is our hope that you are entertained, inspired, and recharged by what we offer!
Visit Bridgetown Revue's website and Facebook pages to learn more!
PDX Fusion is a semi-annual multidisciplinary collaboration that is organized by Endi Clark, members of Bridgetown Revue, and supported by Lydia Buesseler and Aaron Bikis.
Each event is focused under a theme and each contributor curates their performance or installation based on that theme. We organize community showcases that are both beneficial to the greater Portland community by providing a platform on which artists can gain access to a wider following, and monetarily as each contributor is paid an equal split from proceeds of the door.
All contributors apply to take part in Fusion. As per our guidelines their application must adequately show
1) that they doing something that goes beyond their normative performance/installation
2) that it is in fact a fusion of two or more mediums
3) that it fits under our event’s theme
Visit PDX Fusion's website and Facebook pages to learn more!