This slyly educational rock musical adaptation of the popular Percy Jackson series will delight the whole family.
Whether you’ve seen it three times already or are one of the few people left on earth who’ve never heard of it, The Lion King should not be missed.
See a beloved story come to life in your family’s new favorite space downtown!
Rudolph at the Judy is sure to bring cheer to your whole family this holiday season.
I dare you not to cry when Tiny Tim sings.
This show tackles incredibly heavy content with a joyful sweetness that should feel incongruous but doesn’t. Recommended for ages 14+.
“For all the little girls who ever dreamed of going to a ball… or changing the world.”
Grab your daughters or your girlfriends and get ready for some girl power, Tudor-style!
Learn about Ira Aldridge’s incredible, pioneering performance as Othello.
Don’t miss seeing Cinderella snub Rumpelstiltskin and the Ugly Duckling grow up to be a really ugly duck.
Pride Month is the perfect time to see this timeless classic performed by a modern cast.
If not, get a sitter, because this show is nothing short of magical.
Live your game show dreams at BODYVOX’s THE SPIN! It’s a different show every night, with a little help from the audience and a giant wheel of dance.
Experience Scandinavian-inspired foods that the whole family with love at Viking Soul Food.
I don’t think I’ve ever learned more or been as changed by eighty minutes of live theater in my life.
The skill of the actors, the wit of the playwright, the beauty of the staging, and bittersweetness of the story, will leave you feeling that your entertainment dollars were well spent.
The Mad Ones is a sweet night out with your teen, performed by Oregon Children’s Theatre’s talented Young Professionals Company.
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The National Tour of the Broadway smash hit Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations began its week-long run in Portland on Tuesday. The packed house at Keller Auditorium loved it. So did my husband and I, and – unless it’s “Just My Imagination (Running Away with Me)” – I’m guessing you
If you’re looking for a way to connect with your tween or teen, BodyVox’s Serious Cupcakes is a night out that will cement your reputation as the coolest parent ever.
Get out of the rain and enjoy gorgeous costumes and skillful storytelling at Oregon Children’s Theatre’s latest show Dragons Love Tacos.
Don’t miss the witty and delightful Ms. Holmes & Ms. Watson, Apt. 2B at Portland Center Stage, and learn the secret to having spectacular date nights on the regular. (Spoiler alert: It’s elementary.)
Don’t miss this show that’s an extravagant feast for the eyes, ears and heart.
These actors have a heavy load to carry — not least the weight of audience expectations for a show like this — and they meet the challenge with significant talent, a spirit of fun, and infectious energy.
Learn more about this emotionally raw production before you go.
While reliving the pandemic doesn’t exactly sound like a fun date night at first blush, Kristina Wong manages to make the experience both moving and a hell of a good time.
Teens will love this provocative dark comedy performed by teens in Oregon Children’s Theatre’s Young Professionals Company.