2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23, the Old Church
The Portland Gay Men's Chorus revels in bringing a lighthearted sensibility to its singing, but once a year the guys like to get a little more serious. Their concert of works by Palestrina, Schubert and Copeland is presented by two chorus subgroups, Express and Cascade, who are joined by soprano Lieselotte Zorn, flutist Mary McCarty and violinist Blayne Barnes.
1422 S.W. Clay St., 503-226-2588, $15-$20
7 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, through March 9; also 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23 and March 2, 2 p.m. March 9, noon Thursday, Feb. 27 and March 6, and 2 p.m. March 8, Newmark Theatre, Portland Center for the Performing Arts
Portland Center Stage presents the West Coast premiere of Itamar Moses' epic play. 'Outrage' was developed at PCS' 2001 playwrights festival Just Add Water/West and is a meditation on ethics and principles. Moses juxtaposes historical incidents with a political crisis on a contemporary college campus.
1111 S.W. Broadway, 503-274-6588, $12-$47
7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. nightly through Thursday, Feb. 27, also 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23, Clinton Street Theater
French film star Daniel Auteuil plays a dashing swordsmen accused of murder in this swashbuckling 1998 French movie. Sumptuous photography sets the tone for the story of love and honor in 18th-century France.
2522 S.E. Clinton St., 503-238-8899, $4-$6
PORTLAND COMIC BOOK SHOW
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 23, Memorial Coliseum
Actress Linda Harrison of 'Planet of the Apes' fame is the featured guest at the Portland Comic Book Show. Harrison, who starred as Nova in the original science fiction classic and its sequel, 'Beneath the Planet of the Apes,' is joined by a number of accomplished comic book artists, as well as writers from 'Star Trek: The Next Generation.'
300 N. Winning Way, 503-788-1031, $6
'RAISE THE ROOF: AN EXHIBIT ABOUT BUILDINGS'
Through April 23, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
If walls could talk: OMSI lets roofs, doors and buildings' other structural elements have their say in an exhibit on structural science. Highlights include a Mongolian yurt in which children can construct their own miniyurts, a three-dimensional re-creation of the view from the outside of a 40-story skyscraper and a 'Demolition Theater' that features the explosive wizardry behind the maxim 'What goes up must come down.'
1945 S.E. Water St., 503-797-6674, $6-$8