Portland Center Stage is offering a Groundhog's Day ticket deal: For one day only, tickets to any performance of any remaining show in their season are $30. (Adult tickets typically run upwards of $50.)
The final few days of the dystopian, laugh-out-loud dramedy The North Plan, described by Portland Monthly as “nothing short of uproarious!”
Chris Coleman’s world premiere adaption of the fantastical Shakespeare’s Amazing Cymbeline, opening this week.
Red, the Tony Award-winning bio-drama of the renowned modern artist (and Portland-raised) Mark Rothko.
A world premiere adaptation of Anna Karenina, Tolstoy’s classic story of love and marriage in Imperial Russia. This tragic love story has been called by some the greatest novel ever written.
Black Pearl Sings!, a powerful story about being a woman in a man’s world, being black in a white world, and fighting for one’s soul in a world where anyone can be a commodity. This production in the Ellyn Bye Studio will feature beautiful a cappella renditions of little-known American folk songs.
It Ain’t Nothin’ But the Blues, a stirring retrospective of blues classics that summons the soul of American music. The New York Times described it as “a potent blend of visual eloquence and historical sweep that engages the eye and touches the heart.”