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1515 SW Morrison, Portland, OR 97205
All shows are at the Morrison address, except "Cuba Libre" which will be at the Winningstad Theatre, 1111 SW Broadway Ave., Portland, OR.
Tickets: $46 regular price; discount options, including reduced prices of $25-35 per show for subscribers, are available. Subscription information is here. Other discount options such as $5 Arts for All, Rush, Group and more are available here. You can call or email the box office at 503.241.1278 or email@example.com.
Interpreted performances are on the final 2:00pm Saturday matinee of the run; except Grand Concourse, whichis on a Sunday.
January 2, 2016, Saturday, 2:00pm
Interpreters: Caroyn Brockway & Dot Hearn
Four time Tony Award-winning playwright
May 29, 2016, Sunday, 2:00pm
Interpreters: To Be Determined
A multiracial cast of six idealistic actors sets out to improvise a story about the first colonial genocide of the 20th Century in Africa, but get lost in the reality of their undertaking. The unusual presentation, humor and inevitable discomfort of this provocative new play griped theatre hubs like New York, Chicago, London, Washington D.C. and Seattle with its unique theatrical investigation of prejudice, power and perspective. "90 minutes of original, enlightening, pulse-pounding theater ... It's absolutely thrilling ... it is visceral, fiercely intelligent and entertaining." - Backstage
The irresistable rhythms of Cuban music drive this riveting, universal story of a man caught between countries, losses and loves, and his search for freedom. Set in America and Cuba, this timely tale reverberates across politics, ambition and romance with quick-witteed dialogue, joy-filled dance and Latin-fusion beats. This Broadway-scale, contemporary musical features the internationally acclaimed, three-time Grammy nominated band Tiempo Libre with a company of 21 actors, dancers and musicians in a not-to-be-missed theatrical event. Portland's Broadway-scale World Premiere.
This comedic masterpiece spans the entirety of history, with one ordinary American family who lives through it all. Dad's just invented the wheel, Cain is throwing rocks at the neighbor kid, mammoths and dinosaurs lounge in the family room and mom frets about how to get all those animals on the boat two by two. Through Ice Ages, biblical floods and political conventions, the Antrobus family of Excelsior, New Jersey perseveres. With an immense cast and time-set across the ages, this theatrical allegory captures the human spirit - of brilliance, idiocy and ultimately sweet survival.
October 31, 2015 Saturday, 2:00pm
Interpreters: Dot Hearn & Jayodin Mosher
November 21, 2015, Saturday, 2:00pm
Interpreter: Dot Hearn
A fairytale-twisted yarn of delightful humor and spine-tingling suspense conjures a spooky seasonal experience unlike any other. With Vana O'Brien in a tour-de-force solo performance, an Appalachian witch tells a heartfelt and poetic tale of her long life from first love, to heartache, to the hair-raising vengeance she wreaks upon those who've crossed her.
One of themost triumphant stories of the human spirit ever told, the soul-stirring The Miracle Worker evokes hope and inspiration for the entire family. With dignity, perseverance and respect in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges, a child, a teacher and a family learn to communicate. A play based on the lives of Helen Keller, who became Deaf-Blind as an infant, and her teacher, Anne Sullivan, who enabled her to become one of the most influential women of the 20th Century.
1960 Tony Winner for Best Play
1962 Academy Award-winning classic film
Uplifting Family Classic
March 5, 2016 2:00pm
Interpreters: Rich Hall & Sheila Brager-Hall
In this sensitive and wryly humorous 2014 Tony Award-nominated play, a mother, after a 20-year silence, pays a surprise visit to her deceased son's former lover seeking a connection she can't fathom. At his Central Park apartment, with his husband and young son by his side, he shows her that healing and hope are possible, even after devastating loss. In this play, vastly different worlds collide, yet truth and compassion rise to reveal that all dreams begin with the common ground of forgiveness.
April 2, 2016, Saturday, 2:00pm
Off-Broadway and regional hit
In an industrial soup kitchen in the Bronx, Shelley is a nun struggling to pray and questioning her life's work. Her world in service to the needy, alongside a Dominican immigrant security guard and joke-writing "regular," is rocked when a rainbow-haired college drop-out comes to volunteer. The girl's enthusiasm and erratic behavior will change the course of their lives. With touching humor this motley group unravels the intricacies of need, the vagaries of compassion and limits of forgiveness.
Susan Smith Blackburn Prize 2014/15 Finalist
West Coast Premiere
June 11, 2016, Saturday, 2:00pm
Interpreters: To Be Determined
Rare and epic revival of the 1943 Pulitzer Prize winner