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Albany

Albany Civic Theater
PO Box 82, Albany OR 97321, phone: (541) 928-4603
One of the oldest, best-known community theaters in Oregon. ACT is an all-volunteer, non-profit community theater that takes pride in producing a year-round season of top-quality comedies, dramas and musicals chosen to appeal to a wide range of audience tastes, and to provide exciting creative opportunities for local actors, technicians and theater lovers.

Flinn's Dinner Theater
West 222 First Ave, Albany, OR, phone: (541) 928-5008, toll free: 800-636-5008, email: flinns3333@aol.com
Living History Portrayals, Christmas show, Dinner Theatre, Murder Mysteries, Vaudeville. To truly enjoy the Flinn's theater experience,  you must join us for dinner. Guests are treated to a Plentiful Buffet featuring a delicious selection of entrees, side dishes, salads, and a special dessert Hot Coffee and a selection of Teas are served tableside. Wine, Beer & Soft Drinks are available at our old-time bar

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Aloha

Stages Theatre Group
5585 SW 209th Ave., Aloha, OR 97007-5725, phone: (503) 356-8580

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Ashland

Artattack Theatre
310 Oak Street, Ashland Oregon, 97520. phone: 541-482-6505, email: info@artattacktheatre.com
Artattack is Ashland's other theatre. Located just two blocks from OSF in downtown Ashland, Artattack Theatre Ensemble delivers the most innovative and compelling Ashland theatre. Winner of several "Best of Ashland" awards, numerous accolades and honors, including The Equity Foundation, the multi award-winning group offers several plays a year, as well as numerous events and classes in an intimate black-box setting. Boasting articles in Sunset Magazine, Backstage West, SF Gate and The New York Times, Artattack Theatre Ensemble: "Where there's a Will there's an alternative!".™

Mountain Avenue Theatre
201 South Mountain Avenue, Ashland, OR 97520, phone: (541) 482-8771

Oregon Cabaret Theatre
241 Hargadine St , Ashland, OR 97520-2828, phone: (541) 488-2902, email: oct@mind.net
The Oregon Cabaret Theatre, now in its 19th year, has earned a reputation for top-flight musicals, revues and comedies, all professionally produced with its signature flair and panache. The shows are presented in an elegant nightclub setting housed in a magnificently restored and renovated Baptist church building, complete with stained glass windows and a crystal chandelier from a vintage movie palace.

Oregon Shakespeare Festival
PO Box 158, Ashland, OR 97520, phone: (541) 482-4331
The mission of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival is to create fresh and bold interpretations of classic and contemporary plays in repertory, shaped by the diversity of our American culture, using Shakespeare as our standard and inspiration. We envision the Oregon Shakespeare Festival as a creative environment where artists and audiences from around the world know they can explore opportunities for transformational experiences through the power of theatre.

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Astoria

Astor Street Opry Company
279 W. Marine Dr., Astoria, OR 97103, phone: (503) 25-6104 or (503) 325-1786

The Performing Arts Center
corner of 16th and Franklin Ave, Astoria, OR 97193, phone: (503) 338-2443

The River Theater
230 W Marine Dr, Astoria, OR 97103, phone: (503) 325-7487
The River is a new theater on the North Coast, making its home in  the historic port town and growing artist community of Astoria. The River is housed in a Uniontown District vintage building which has been converted to a professionally equipped, intimate, 93-seat Black Box theater. Tim Hurd and his wife Nancy Montgomery have been able to make this dream a reality through their own efforts and the contributions of countless others. Hurd, owner of Columbia River Coffee Roaster, termed the phrase, "The Coffee that Floats the Arts" to describe the development of a unique relationship between his wholesale coffee company and the theater venue.

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Baker City

Black Fox and Cocoa Productions
1620 Madison Ave., Baker City, OR 97814, phone: 604-820-2717, email: blackfoxandcocoa@shaw.ca

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Bandon

Bandon Playhouse
P.O. Box 1047, Bandon, OR 97411, phone: (541) 457-3230 or 347-9881

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Beaverton

Aloha Theatre
18295 SW Tualatin Valley Hwy, Beaverton, OR 97006-3951, phone: (503) 642-9000

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Bend

2nd Street Theater

Community Theatre Of The Casca
148 NW Greenwood Ave, Bend, OR 97701-2005, phone: (541) 389-0803

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Cannon Beach

Coaster Theater Playhouse
108 N Hemlock, Cannon Beach, OR 97110, phone: (503) 436-1242
The Coaster Theatre Playhouse is one of the finest theatres in the Northwest. It has moved and entertained audiences with the charm and challenge of stage plays, concerts and art shows.  Located in downtown Cannon Beach at 108 N. Hemlock, this rustic building constructed in the early 20s and which once housed a roller skating rink and showed silent movies is a quaint intimate theatre which provides a variety of year-round entertainment for the entire family.
 

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Charleston

Hofferber Repertory Theatre
Performing Arts Center at Southwestern Oregon Community College, Charleston, OR, phone: 541-888-8816, email: alda@aloratile.com
The Hofferber Repertory Theatre founded by Alda Hofferber is a small not for profit theater group based on the lovely Oregon Coast in the tiny fishing village of Charleston.  We mostly perform original musical comedies and adaptations suitable for the entire family.         

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Coos Bay

On Broadway Theater & the On Broadway Thespians
226 S Broadway, Coos Bay, OR 97420-1651, phone: (541) 269-2501 269-2720, toll-free: (800) 676-7563, email: obthespian@yahoo.com
The On Broadway Thespians, Inc. is a non-profit cultural organization incorporated in the State of Oregon on October 3, 1994. The mission of the On Broadway Thespians (OBT) is to produce quality theater for the community in an intimate playhouse setting, unique to this region. In its short life, OBT has staged a staggering number of diverse productions, from current Broadway hits to relatively unknown scripts, from new plays by local authors to adaptations developed specifically for the OBT stage.

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Coquille

Sawdust Theatre
Corner of 1st and Adams, PO Box 51, Coquille, OR 97423-0051, phone: (541) 396-4563
Enjoy the golden age of live melodrama theater at the Sawdust Theatre in Coquille, Oregon. Cheer on our brave heroes, ooh and aah over out lovely heroine, and boo and hiss at the most dastardly villains ever to take the stage. It's all in good fun and happens every summer at the Sawdust Theatre.

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Corvallis

Corvallis Community Theatre: CCT
resident company at the Majestic Theater, 115 SW Second Street, Corvallis, OR 97339-0756, phone: 541-738-7469
Corvallis Community Theatre is a volunteer organization, committed to providing high quality entertainment to the community, and theatrical experiences to performers and theatrical technicians. CCT is the resident company at the Majestic Theater.  Located near the Willamette riverfront in downtown Corvallis,  CCT is close to fine restaurants, cafes and pubs, and has ample free parking on performance nights.

Majestic Theater
115 SW Second Street, Corvallis, OR 97339-0756, phone: 541-766-6977, email: mail@majestic.orgwww.majestic.org
Majestic Theatre Management, MTM, a non-profit member-owned corporation, is committed to preserving and operating a quality performing arts facility in a fiscally sound manner while supporting the performing arts and civic needs of the community.  For 90 years, the Majestic Theatre has served the city of Corvallis. What the Gazette-Times wrote in 1913 has proved to be true. It is "a thing of beauty" and "a credit to Corvallis."

Oregon State University Theatre
Corvallis, Oregon, phone: 541-737-2784
The University Theatre is predominantly an educational institution, committed to providing a wide range of theatrical experiences for OSU students and the Corvallis community. Productions range from the classics to the contemporary, musicals to comedy and drama. The University Theatre seeks to produce at least one show in all major periods and styles of drama over any five year period.

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Cottage Grove

Cottage Theater
P. O. Box 883, 700 Village Drive, Cottage Grove, OR 97424, phone: (541) 942-8001, email: info@cottagetheatre.org
Since our humble beginnings under a parachute, we've proven that it takes more than a gust of wind to keep this theatre down. From our early days on a tiny stage to the "impossible dream" of a "real" playhouse, Cottage Theatre has flourished, and as we pave new roads in the 21st century, look forward to seeing us continue to push the boundaries outward. Watch as the theatre develops and expands. Participate as we grow as artists and as a community.

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Eugene

ACE: Actors Cabaret Of Engene
996 Willamette St, Eugene, OR 97401-3134, phone: (541) 683-4368
After 25 years, ACE is hailed by many as still the best in live theater. Once again, we have scheduled performances for almost every weekend of the year, so come see us often!  Actors Cabaret of Eugene provides seating for a restaurant and two theaters, the Cabaret and the Annex. We are a non-profit performing arts organization presenting plays, musicals, premiere and original productions, and much more. We also offer drama instruction for children at ACE Youth Academy.

Community Children's Theatre
820 E 36TH, Eugene, OR, phone: (541) 431-0444

Encore Theatre
Eugene, Oregon, phone: (541) 686-4341, email: tojudygrace@earthlink.net
Every fall, a new troupe of 7-9 elders is assembled, and a new Encore show is created based on their life experiences. In the spring this show is toured free to thousands of young people through out Oregon. Since 1998, Encore has performed for youth in elementary/middle/ high schools, alternative schools, detention facilities, and community programs.

Hult Center For Performing Arts
One Eugene Center, Eugene, Oregon 97401, phone: (541) 682-5000, email: hultcenter@ci.eugene.or.us
The 2,500-seat Silva Concert Hall is reminiscent of an early 19th century European opera house in its warmth, intimacy, and attention to detail. Yet its technical capabilities are state of the art.  The 500-seat Soreng Theater, an asymmetrical, open-ended room, is distinctly different in design than the Silva Concert Hall. The theater is ideal for speaker presentations, solo recitals, choir and chamber music, theatrical performances, and dance events. Located in the heart of Alton Baker Park along the Willamette River is Cuthbert Amphitheater. The 4,500-seat venue is a summer facility ideal for popular musicians, rock-n-roll, and amphitheater performers. A favorate performing spot for artists, the venue is set in a beautiful setting complete with wildlife, trees, and water.

Lord Leebrick Theatre Company
540 Charnelton St, Eugene, OR 97401-2647, phone: (541) 465-1506
Great plays and great artists. Lord Leebrick Theatre Company promises both - and delivers. As Eugene's premiere Off-Broadway Theatre, LLTC is known for theatre that is passionate, original and immediate. We are proud to feature the work of the world's finest playwrights, performed by our region's best directors, designers, actors and technicians.

Mc Donald Theatre
1010 Willamette St, Eugene, OR, phone: (541) 344-4343

Oregon Fantasy Theatre 
820 E 36th Ave, Eugene, OR 97405, phone: (541) 686-1574

University of Oregon Theatre (Robinson Theatre)
1236 Kincaid St, Eugene, OR 97401-3739, phone: (541) 346-4191
The Robinson Theatre Season is composed of three to five theatre productions and often one dance concert. Usually the plays are directed by faculty although advanced student directors are also given the opportunity to direct during this season. Second Season consists of three to five plays presented in the Arena Theatre, which has a seating capacity of 80 to 100. Directors are usually graduate students, although faculty also direct as part of this season. Plays are typically chosen to suit the intimate production style and facility, often focusing on modern, small cast plays or experimental pieces.

Very Little Theatre Inc.
2350 Hilyard St, Eugene, OR 97405-2954, phone: (541) 344-7751
We are very proud to be in our 75th season. This is quite a landmark for us as the oldest self-supporting community theatre west of the Mississippi. Some of our past successes have been: Our Town, Lion In Winter, Cabaret, Barefoot In The Park and a "A Diamond Jubilee of Theatre Fashions".

Willamette Repertory Theatre
861 W 8th, Eugene, Oregon 97402, phone: 541-343-9903, email: therep@televar.com
Willamette Repertory Theatre exists to produce theatre of excellence and passion that will excite, entertain, and challenge the citizens of the Mid-Willamette Valley. We will produce primarily American plays, in an intimate setting, using the talented and creative artists of the area in combination with experienced professionals. We are dedicated to creating artistic, educational and business partnerships within our community that will make theatre available to all who are willing.

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Florence

Florence Convention and Performing Arts Center
715 Quince Street, Florence, OR 97439, phone: 541-997-1994, toll free: 888-968-4086
The Florence Events Center is home to an impressive variety of performing and visual arts, conferences, conventions and a broad spectrum of special events. The Florence Events Center was built in 1996 and serves an ever-expanding number of needs. Whether it is an evening at the theater, or a conference for 400, an elegant wedding, a weekend of Chowder, Blues and Brews, Storybook Theater’s presentation of “Oliver” or Wizard of Oz” – there is something for everyone at the Florence Events Center.

Florence Repertory Theatre
Florence, Oregon, phone: 541-997-8700, email: Webmaster@FlorencePlayers.org

Last Resort Players
P.O. Box 2104, Florence, OR 97439
Last Resort Players is a non-profit community theater group dedicated to bringing quality entertainment to the community of Florence through a variety of theatrical styles.  Over the years, Last Resort Players has shown steady growth in the scope and quality of its theatrical productions. We are hopeful that you will have the opportunity to attend one of our productions or, better yet, become involved with our group!

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Forest Grove

Cat's Paw Theatre
2802 Talisman Lane, Forest Grove, OR 97116, phone: (503) 357-0679

Theatre In The Grove
2028 Pacific Ave, PO Box 263, Forest Grove, OR 97116-2357, phone: (503)359-5349, email: theatreinthegrove@hotmail.com

West side Players
2321 26th Ave, Forest Grove, OR, 97116, phone: (503) 357-8311, email: westsideplayers@westsideplayers.com
The West Side Players is a non-profit touring theatre company formed in 1991, to bring outdoor theater to the communities of Washington county.

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Gold Beach

Gold Beach Summer Theatre
94196 Moore St, Gold Beach, OR, phone: 541-247-6368 or 247-2721

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Grants Pass

Barnstormer Little Theatre Group
112 NE Evelyn Ave, Grants Pass, OR 97526-1427, phone: (541)479-3557

Connect the Dots Theatre Company
422 SW 5th, Grants Pass, OR 97526, phone: 541-476-7434
Connect the Dots Theatre Company, Inc. was formed in January 2003 as an Oregon not-for-profit public benefit corporation by James Pate and Shane Skinner. The company is managed by a seven member Executive Committee (Board of Directors) and four sub-groups that deal with Fund Development, Program Development, Artistic matters, and Scholarship programs. The Executive Committee is charged with facilitating these groups using a consensus building process. Over forty people participate in one or more of these CTD groups. CTD produced four shows during 2003, has scheduled six shows in 2004, and plans on producing five shows in 2005 in addition to several special development events.

Rogue Music Theatre
P.O. Box 862, Grants Pass, Oregon 97526, phone: 541-479-2559
Rogue Music Theatre is a non-profit, community based organization that has provided professional, full book musical theatre productions for Southern Oregon audiences since its founding in 1982. They are the only such organization between Sacramento and Portland, a season of shows in this unique American art form. Rogue Music Theatre also provides opportunities for Southern Oregon youth to work alongside veteran performers and train in musical theatre with their annual Young People's Conservatory program.

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Gresham

Edgefield Theater
2126 SE Hale Dr, Gresham, OR 97080-6209, phone: (503) 669-8754

Gresham Little Theatre
P.O. Box 2053, Gresham, OR 97030, phone: (503) 348-8085, email:
greshamlittletheater@hotmail.com

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Harbor

Chetco Pelican Players
Performing Arts Center located in the Brookings-Harbor Shopping Center, PO Box 2712
Harbor, Or 97415, phone: 541-469-1857, toll free: 877-434-4137, email: chetcoplayers@hotmail.com

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Hillsboro

H.A.R.T.: Hillsboro Actors Repertory Theatre
230 E Main St, P.O. Box 552, Hillsboro, OR 97123-4021, phone: (503) 693-7815, email: http://www.hart-theatre.org;  hart_theatre@frontier.com

Olde Shoe Puppet Studio
1782 NE 17th Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97124, phone: (503) 615-8490, email: oldshoeor@aol.com

Town Hill Theatre
253 E Main St, Hillsboro, OR 97123-4020, phone: (503) 648-1450

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Hood River

Cast Performing Arts Center
105 4th St, Hood River, OR 97031, phone: (541) 387-8855

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John Day

Wilderness Indoor Theatre
Hy 395 W, John Day, OR 97845, phone: (541) 575-1400

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Klamath Falls

Lakeside Opry House
1442 Oregon Ave, Klamath Falls, OR 97601-6542, phone: phone: (541) 885-6779

Linkville Playhouse
201 Main St, Klamath Falls, OR 97601-6330, phone: phone: (541) 884-6782

Northwest Youth Theatre
2575 Campus Drive #322, Klamath Falls, OR 97601, phone: 541-891-0471
Northwest Youth Theatre is for every child—not just the ones who have great natural performing ability. We encourage all children in our programs to look inside themselves and find ways to express the thoughts and characteristics that make them special. Our programs emphasize teamwork, sharing, encouragement, kindness and other skills that help young people grow into bright, productive and happy teens and adults. In short, Northwest Youth Theatre emphasizes the process of working together to create performances—and by emphasizing the process, we always end up with remarkable shows where every performer knows their participation was valuable.

Ross Ragland Theatre
218 N. 7th Street, Klamath Falls, OR 97601, toll free: 888-627-5484
The Ross Ragland Theater fills the void for touring companies as the only year round multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary arts center in South Central Oregon and Northern California. The theater provides the perfect venue for large Broadway shows, symphonies and top name artists with near perfect sightlines and acoustics and an especially large stage.  The theater’s own productions have quickly become the most popular events with friends, family and neighbors on both sides of the footlights.

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Lake Oswego

Lakewood Center For The Arts Lakewood Theatre Company
368 S State St, Lake Oswego, OR 97034, phone: (503) 635-6338, email: center.info@lakewood-center.org
The Lakewood Theatre Company is a popular and financially successful member of the arts community, it is the cornerstone around which Lakewood Center has been built. Lakewood Theatre Company began in November, 1952, when a group of Lake Oswegans decided that their community was not complete without a theatre and decided to organize what was known as the Oswego Players.

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Lincoln City

Theatre West of Lincoln City Ltd
3536 SE Highway, 101Lincoln City, OR 97367, phone: 541-994-5663, email: onstage@theatrewest.com
Over the years Theatre West has been honored, both on stage and off. The theatre was the first community theatre to obtain permission for the smash hits Lend Me a Tenor and I Hate Hamlet. Our highest honor remains being allowed to present an excerpted version of William Luce’s, Tony winning play, Bell of Amherst, directed by the author for the dedication of our own Driftwood Library at their new location.

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McMinnville

Gallery Theater
210 NE Ford Street, PO Box 245, McMinnville, OR, 97128, phone: (503) 472-2227
We are a non-profit community theater and have been around since 1968. We have an arena theater which seats 75-100 and a main stage that seats 240. We do 9-11 productions each year. This year's performances include: Proof, Nunsense, Sordid Lives, High School Musical, Coppelia Ballet, Salute to USO, Chicago, Inherit the Wind and Peter Pan.

Linfield College Theatre
900 SE Baker Street, McMinnville, OR 97128, phone: 503-883-2290, email: bmarshal@linfield.edu
Students involved in Linfield theatre are part of the most honored small college theatre program in the Northwest. During the past fifteen years, students and faculty have received numerous regional and national honors. The Theatre Program typically stages four major productions a year as well as several other theatre events. Participation at any level in these productions is open to all students. First-year students, seniors, majors, and non-majors work side-by-side with faculty as actors, directors, designers, and technicians.

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Medford

Craterian Ginger Rogers Theater
23 S.Central, Medford, OR 97501, phone: (541) 779-3000
The Craterian Ginger Rogers Theater is southern Oregon's state-of-the-art community performing arts center. The facility features excellent acoustics and sightlines, an impressive array of theatrical equipment and is operated by a professional staff. The auditorium is intimate and comfortable and seats just 750 patrons, yet the stage can accommodate large national concert, dance and theatrical tours.

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Milwaukie

New Century Players
11022 SE 37th, Milwaukie, OR 97222, phone: Box Office, 503-367-2620
http://www.newcenturyplayers.org

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Netarts

Oregon Coast Children's Theatre
PO Box 258, Netarts, OR 97143, phone: (503) 842-3503, email: occt@tillanet.com

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Newberg

Cameo Theatre
304 E 1st St, Newberg, OR 97132-2906, phone: (503) 538-4479

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Newport

Newport Performing Arts Center
777 West Olive, PO Box 1315, Newport, OR 97365, phone: (541) 265-ARTS (265-2787)

Porthole Players
Performs at Newport Performing Arts Center

Red Octopus Theater
Performs at Newport Performing Arts Center

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North Bend

Dolphin Players
PO Box 222, North Bend OR 97459, phone: (541)267-1967

Little Theatre On The Bay
2100 Sherman Ave, PO Box 404, North Bend, OR 97459-3309, phone: (541) 756-4336
The new Liberty Theater opened Easter Sunday April 20, 1924 , with Rex Stratton's 2:00 p.m. organ concert. The world premier showing of "The Fighting Coward," starring Noah Berry and Mary Astor, was the first film shown. Also shown was a Hal Roach short, "Big Business," featuring the Rascals. Opening admission prices were children, 25 cents, adults, 50 cents and loges, 75 cents.

Waterfront Players Repertory Company: WPRC
2159 Meade Avenue, North Bend, OR 97459, phone: (541) 756-2900 or (541)267-0938
WPRC has created a seventy-seat three-quarter-round theater space in a donated retail space in Pony Village Mall in North Bend, Oregon, with space-appropriate state-of-the-art sound and lighting. WPRC presents three fully developed productions per year, in addition to teaching Theater Boot Camp, advanced acting, Director's Boot Camp, and technical lighting and sound classes. We also offer theater-related workshops throughout the year, such as mask-making, theatrical make-up, speaking Shakespeare, mime, etc.

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Ophir

Rogues Theatre
Grange Hall, Ophir, OR 97464, phone: (541) 247-0633

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Pendleton

Tendrak Theatre
c/o St. Mary Church, 800 SE Court Ave, Pendleton, OR 97801, phone: (541) 276-2615, email: stmary@eoni.com

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Portland

Aladdin Theatre & Performance
3017 SE Milwaukie Ave, Portland, OR 97202, phone: (503) 233-1994

American Heritage Theater Project
4690 SW Comus Place, Portland, OR 97219, phone: (503) 245-3642

Artists Repertory Theatre
1516 SW Alder Street, Portland, OR 97205, phone: (503) 241-9807

Back Door Theatre
4319 SE Hawthorne Boulevard, Portland, OR 97215-3162, phone: (503) 872-8825

Best of Broadway
1515 SW Morrison Street, Portland OR 97205, phone: (503) 241-1407

Bill Whitney Senior Players
Portland, Oregon, email: bill@bearded1.com
Bill Whitney directs scripts-in-hand plays and currently teaches acting techniques at Older Adult Service and Information Systems at Meier & Frank in Portland, Oregon and at Sherwood Senior Community Center in Sherwood, Oregon. In addition his groups perform at senior centers and local churches.

Brody Theatre
1904 NW 27th Ave, Portland, OR, phone: 503.224.0688
info@brodytheater.com
The Brody's double focus--on entertainment and experiment--marks it as a showcase for both audience-pleasing performances and cutting edge theatrical presentation.  The Brody school, both a training ground for its own improvisers and a workshop for actors wishing to broaden their skills, creates at the theater a vital and vibrant exchange; Saturday night's spontaneous stage discovery becomes Monday's workshop focus, and vice-versa. This chemistry is one reason the Brody school counts among its students many members of other area performance troupes.

Bump In the Road Theatre
Admin: 2143 SE 54th Avenue, Portland, OR 97215., phone: 503-750-1439, email:
ellen@bumpintheroad.org
Bump In the Road Theatre (BUMP) was founded in March 2002 after the successful production of "The Time Between", an original play about grief and healing which was developed through our unique community-based process. The success of "The Time Between" attracted the attention of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Last Acts Campaign and the project was selected as one four national model programs. BUMP was organized to carry on the work of exploring difficult issues through theatre in collaboration with community groups, healthcare professionals and artists.

Classic Greek Theatre of Oregon: CGTO
PO Box 13306, Portland, OR 97213-0306, phone: (503) 258-9313

Each September in Portland, Oregon, the finest professional performers and designers in the region collaborate on ancient Greek drama.  Performances are given in a beautiful 600-seat amphitheatre, surrounded by trees and a lake, on the grounds of Reed College.

Clinton Street Theatre
2522 SE Clinton St, Portland, OR 97202-1239, phone: (503) 238-8899

CoHo Theater
2257 NW Raleigh St., Portland, OR 97210, phone: 503-220-CoHo (2646), email: help@cohoproductions.org

Cygnet Theatre
116 NE Russell Street, Box 15205, Portland, OR 97293, phone: (503) 493-4077

Forget the elaborate sets. Forget the expensive costumes, the opening night galas, the plush seats. Sometimes the most exciting theater is the most stripped-down and elemental: a bare stage and the thrill of a good actor grappling with rich material." --Bob Hicks of The Oregonian, writing about a Cygnet Production

defunkt theatre
4319 se Hawthorne Blvd., Portland, OR 97215, phone: 503-481-2960, email: defunkt@earthlink.net
defunkt theatre (lowercase intended) is an award-winning not-for-profit consensus-run ensemble theatre company dedicated to creating innovative productions that challenge conventional ideals of society and theatre while presenting accessible performances at a reasonable price.* we offer fresh and relevant perspectives on issues of race, gender, class. we strive to stretch the minds and comfort zones of our audience. The Portland Mercury captured our direct and daring style as "they eat chaos for breakfast." we serve that chaos in an engaging form leaving our audience to digest and return hungry for more.

Do Jump! Extremely Physical Theatre
1515 SE 37th Avenue, Portland, OR, phone: (503) 231-6605

Enter a world where humor, music, dance, theater, acrobatics, and ideas ignite. A place where art breaks down barriers and artists are immune to human limitations. A realm where art and entertainment are one and the same.  Do Jump! performances hold nothing back. Using hilarious wit, extreme physical prowess and intelligence, they take a diverse audience on a poetic journey.  Do Jump! offers simple performances that can travel anywhere, one-of-a-kind spectacles, and full-scale theatrical productions that include lighting, aerial work and live musicians. The company has touched people of all ages on tour throughout the US and Canada.

Dolores Winningstad Theatre
1111 SW Broadway, Portland 97205, phone: (503) 248-4335

Eastside Performance Center
531 SE 14th Avenue, Portland, OR 97214, phone: (503) 916-5856

Echo Theatre
1515 SE 37th Avenue, Portland, OR 97214, phone: (503) 231-1232

Firehouse Theatre
1436 SW Montgomery Street, Portland, OR, phone: (503) 274-1717

Il Teatro Calimari 
208 NE Monroe, Portland, OR 97212, phone: 503-281-4890, email: itcalimari@attbi.com

Imago Theatre
17 SE 8th Ave, Portland, OR 97214-1239, phone: (503) 231-9581

Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad, the creators of Imago, have been called alchemists, magicians, theatrical animators, and physical comedians. Defying classification, they have populated the stage with characters and beings such as comedic amphibians, acrobatic larvae, circus boulders, and metamorphosing humans in works which tantalize the senses, the intellect, and the passions. From adaptations of classics to excursions into vaudevillian existentialism, Imago's repertoire is as vast as the forms they shape. With commissions for stage, film, and television, Imago blurs the lines of the expected to break new ground, exploding performance boundaries yet maintaining humor and humanity.

Jefferson Theatre
1232 SW 12th Ave, Portland, OR 97205, phone: (503) 223-1846

Joy Theatre
11959 SW Pacific Hwy, Portland, OR 97223-6471, phone: (503) 639-1482

Jugglemania
6647 NE Going Street, Portland, OR 97218, phone: 503-282-1429, email: rhys@jugglemania.com
Since 1987, audiences on three continents have applauded the hilarity and dexterity of Rhys Thomas. Combining the quick wit of stand-up comedy with the dextrous feats of the circus, Rhys creates amazing performances for regional theatres, national corporate events, and international festivals.

Ladybug Theatre
Ft Of S Spokane St, Portland, OR 97208, phone: (503) 232-2346

Laurelhurst Theatre
2735 E Burnside Street, Portland, OR 97214, phone: (503) 232-5511

Liminal Performance Group
Portland, Oregon, email: info@liminalgroup.org
We are an ensemble of artists creating live performances that intermingle theatre, the fine arts and technology. Our projects are arranged as navigable galleries of objects, music, theatre and media where stories are told and provocations unfold. Our work activates the unique qualities of a live situation and engages the investigative power of you, the observer.

Mind Shattering Productions
901 SW King Ave. #603, Portland OR 97205, phone: 805-890-2229, email:
writ4@aol.com

Miracle Theatre
425 SE 6th Ave, Portland, OR, phone: (503) 236-7253, email:
miracle@milagro.org
We provide quality Hispanic theatre, arts, and cultural experiences for the
Northwest's urban and rural audiences.

Mission Theatre & Pub
1624 NW Glisan Street, Portland, OR 97209, phone: (503) 223-4031

MT Tabor Theatre & Pub
4811 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97215, phone: (503) 238-1646

The Musical Theatre Company
1111 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97201-2557, phone: (503) 280-6592

Musical Theatre Corporation
1436 SW Montgomery Street, Portland, OR 97201, phone: (503) 224-8730

Nomadic Theatre Co.
308 NE Monroe St., Portland, OR 97212, phone: 503-975-6269

Northwest Children's Theatre & School
NW Cultural Center, 1819 NW Everett St., Portland, OR 97209-2189, phone: (503) 222-2190, email:
info@nwcts.org
Each season, NWCT offers five family-oriented, thought-provoking shows featuring adult actors and designers working beside talented young actors. In choosing the season, we look for scripts with literary merit, relevance to local school curriculum, and appeal to audiences of diverse ages, genders and ethnicity. We create teacher curriculum packets to enhance the educational impact of the plays, and provide “Talk-Backs” and workshops for school audiences.

Northwest Senior Theatre
PO BOX 25264, Portland, OR, phone: (503) 251-4332

Olde World Puppet Theatre
906 SE Umatilla St, Portland, OR 97202, phone: (503) 233-7723

Oregon Ballet Theatre
SW 3rd & Clay, Portland, OR 97209 , phone: 888-9-BALLET

Oregon Children's Theatre
600 SW 10th, Suite 501, Portland, OR 97205-2723, phone: 503-228-9571

With our Acting Academy, young people aged 5 to 17 connect with professional actors who are skilled at teaching the art and craft of acting. We offer year-round acting classes and workshops, which encourage confidence by building theatre skills in a fun, engaging environment. These small classes have an average student/teacher ratio of 12:1 or less. Our mentoring program, Young Professionals, provides additional training and professional opportunities for the more serious student.

Oregon Puppet Theatre
PO Box 15203, Portland, OR 97293, phone: (503) 236-4034

Oregon Theatre
3530 SE Division St, Portland, OR, phone: (503) 232-7469

Oregon Shadow Theatre
2015 NE 45th St. Portland, OR 97213-2775 Day Phone: 503-282-2165
http://www.oregonshadowtheatre.com/ 

Other Hand Productions
4836 NE 15th Ave., Portland, OR 97211, phone: 503-284-4948, email: mary@otherhandproductions.com

Quintessence: Language and Imagination Theatre
7025 N Burrage Ave., Portland OR 97217, phone: 503-285-2826, email: info@qlit.org
Our aim is to re-invigorate classical and new-play texts by cultivating language skills among
actors, directors and playwrights, who use words to fire their imaginations and the imaginations of audiences and students with our workshops and performances. We do something real, live, creative and exciting. Come see for yourself.   

Pan Theatre
419 SE 13th Ave, Portland, OR 97214, phone: (503) 736-9736

Paulson Theatre SVC
1220 SW Morrison Street, Portland, OR 97205, phone: (503) 827-3684

Pilot Light Theatre Company
Portland, OR, phone: (503) 267-1612

Portland Actors Conservatory
1436 SW Montgomery Street, Portland, Oregon 97201-2557, phone: 503-274-1717
Housed in the historic Firehouse Theatre, PAC provides a variety of programs and classes for adults and children, from beginners to professionals. We offer a full two-year Conservatory Program, the Conservatory Season, the performance component of our Conservatory Program, a Studio Program for adults, and our Summer On Stage program for young actors.

Portland Actors Ensemble
P.O. Box 8671, Portland OR 97207, phone: 503-321-0710, email:
mail@portlandactors.org
In the summer of 1970, Portland Actors Ensemble (PAE) began their Shakespeare-In-The-Parks program with a production of As You Like It, performing at various parks around the Portland Metropolitan area. Every summer since then, we have produced one Shakespearean play, free of charge, in various outdoor settings around the city. Each year our production tours to 6 different parks over a 6 weekend run, reaching as many communities as possible. We select parks to evenly cover the Portland Metro area so audience members can attend a show near their homes.

Portland Center For The Performing Arts
1111 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97205-2999, phone: (503) 796-9293

The Portland Center for the Performing Arts (or PCPA as we call it), is your premier arts and entertainment venue in the Pacific Northwest. Nationally recognized as one of the top 10 performing arts centers in the nation, the PCPA hosts every type of event imaginable. In fact, every year we have over 900 performances.

Portland Center Stage
1111 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97205-2913, phone: 503-274-6588

Portland Center Stage {PCS} is the city’s leading professional theater company and is one of the 25 largest regional theater companies in the nation. An affiliate of the League of Regional Theatres, Actor's Equity Association and Theatre Communications Group, PCS produces a blend of classical, contemporary and premiere works in addition to its annual summer playwrights festival, Just Add Water/West, now in its sixth year. A resident company of the Portland Center for the Performing Arts, PCS has nearly 8,000 subscribers and attracts an annual audience of more than 90,000 theater-goers of all ages.

Portland Intermediate Theatre
1111 SW Broadway, Portland, OR, phone:(503) 274-6566

Portland Opera
211 SE Caruthers Street, Portland, OR 97214, phone: (503) 241-1407

Profile Theatre Project
904 SW Main Street, Portland, OR, phone: (503) 242-0080

Profile Theatre Project was founded to celebrate the writer's contribution to live theatre by producing a full season of plays by (or about) a single playwright each season and is supported by a strong Educational Enrichment Program.

Puppet Patch
7030 SW Gable Pkwy, Portland, OR 97225, phone: (503) 297-0272

Roseway Theatre
7229 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR, phone: (503) 287-8119

Sellwood Theatre
1323 SE Tacoma St., Portland, OR, phone: (503) 234-2000

ST Johns Theatre
8704 N Lombard St, Portland, OR, phone: (503) 286-1768

Stark Raving Theatre
4319 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97215-3162, phone: (503)236-4458

In 1988 Robin Suttles, Rod Harrel and E.J. Westlake noticed a glaring hole in Portland, Oregon's theatre landscape: there was no outlet dedicated to showcasing electrifying original work. Scoffing taunts of "Lunacy!" and "Madness!" the three founded Stark Raving Theatre to provide an adventurous union between new plays and bold theatre.

Sylvias Italian Restaurant Class Act Dinner Theater
5115 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR 97208, phone: (503)288-6828, email:
sylviasrst@aol.com 

Theatre Vertigo
116 N. E. Russell St., Portland, OR, phone: (503) 306-0870

Theatre Vertigo is an ensemble of artists dedicated to developing and nurturing the work of its members. Our goal is to engage, stimulate, and entertain a new generation of audiences by presenting thought provoking and daring works both new and old.  With this common artistic vision and the ever present labor of our members we continue to discover that the process of creating theater is just as important as the plays we choose to present.

Triangle Productions Main Street Playhouse
904 SW Main St, Portland, OR 97205-2412, phone: (503) 223-6790

Triangle Productions Theater! Theatre!
121 Sw Salmon St, Portland, OR, phone: 503-239-5919

Tygres Heart Shakespeare Company
PO Box 12650, Portland, OR 97212, phone: (503) 248-4335

Winningstad Theatre
1111 SW Broadway, Portland, OR, phone: (503) 274-6566

Young Peoples Theatre Project
7412 SW Beaverton Hillsdale # 110, Portland, OR 97208, phone: (503) 297-6411

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Roseburg

Betty Long Unruh Theatre
1614 W Harvard Blvd, Roseburg, OR 97470-2863, phone: (541) 673-2125

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Salem

Historic Elsinore Theatre
170 High St SE, Salem, OR 97301, phone: 503-375-3574 
The mission of The Historic Elsinore Theatre is to promote and develop cultural and civic life in the Mid-Willamette Valley through the preservation, operation and enhancement of The Historic Elsinore Theatre and related projects.     

Pentacle Theatre
324 52nd Avenue NW, P.O. Box 186, Salem, Oregon 97308, phone: ticket office, 503-485-4300 theatre, 503-364-7121, toll free: 800-992-8499 http://www.pentacletheatre.org.

Salem Repertory Theatre
Salem, Oregon, phone: (503) 302-8907, email: info@salemrep.org
Salem Repertory Theatre, the capitol's first professional theatre company, is committed to bringing theatrical works that entertain, enlighten, provoke and inspire-works that not only reflect our common humanity, but celebrate and embrace our differences.  In the next several years, SRT will also build a resident company of eight to ten professional actors. This company will be peopled largely with local actors from the Willamette Valley and Portland, promoting both local and regional employment.

Theater Outreach
 Theater Outreach’s Mission
Theater Outreach is a non-profit organization dedicated to presenting positive, thoughtful, and family-friendly shows composed entirely of local talent and crew. If you have a desire to perform onstage or to build a better production, we encourage you to join us as an actor or a crewmember. Our goal is to promote community growth in the dramatic arts while showcasing uplifting works of theater. There is no need for formal training or vast experience, only a will to perform and the dedication to work hard. We perform at the Chemeketa Community College Auditorium, 4000 Lancaster Drive NE, Salem, OR 97305. Phone 503-390-0100
For more complete information on our entire season, find us on the web at www.theateroutreach.org
Theater Outreach in the Schools
We are pleased to announce our first partnership in creating theater in the public schools! Santiam School District in Mill City has hired Theater Outreach to organize and operate a full-fledged drama program for their middle school students. We will cast and staff a musical show entirely from local Mill City kids and community members, rehearse the show in Mill City and stage it in the beautiful Santiam Auditorium in Mill City in the winter of 2013! We hope this is the first of many such programs as Theater Outreach seeks to bring the performing arts back to public schools throughout the greater Salem area. Can we help your school build a drama program?
Theater Outreach technical assistance
In our ongoing effort to support theater programs in our community, we have recently provided lighting equipment, guest-directing services, set design/creation to local drama groups. Corban University has hired our director, Dave Berriér, to be the Technical Director of their fall show, Macbeth.
We are very excited to work with Director Tamara McGinnis and her staff on this ambitious venture! Can we help you build a better production?

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Sandy

Sandy Actors Theatre
P. O. Box 221, Sandy, OR 97055, phone: 503-668-6834
Our purpose is to provide the public with excellent live productions of contemporary, adventurous and classic theatre at affordable prices, to maintain a professional theatre company within Clackamas County, and to provide a nurturing environment for theatre artists.

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Sherwood

Robinhood Community Theatre
125 NW 1st St, Sherwood, OR 97140-8011, phone: (503) 625-6887

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Silverton

Palace Theatre
200 N Water St, Silverton, OR 97381-1622, phone: 503-873-2233


St. Helens

ShoeString Community Players
PO Box 481 St. Helens, OR 97501, phone: 503-366-4406
http://www.sscpmusicals.com
specialprojects@sscpmusicals.com 
The ShoeString Community Players has been producing plays and other performances in Cloumbia County for 30 years. They are recognized in the Cultural Inventory of St. Helens in the Columbia County Cultural Coalition Summary. Relying on volunteers for every aspect of our operation, our mission is to support theater and arts through successful productions and participation by the entire community

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Talent

Actor's Theater
101 Talent Ave, Talent, OR 97540, phone: (541) 535-5250

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Talent

Actor's Theater
101 Talent Ave, Talent, OR 97540, phone: (541) 535-5250

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Theater

The Theatre Company of The Dalles
P.O. Box 577, The Dalles, Oregon 97058, phone: (541) 370-2513We began in 1966 as The Masqueraders.  In the late 1980’s The Masqueraders revamped their company and changed their name to “The Theatre Company of The Dalles.”  We hold productions locally in The Dalles.  Everyone involved with the making of the productions is entirely non-paid volunteers.  The Theatre Company will continue to deliver a season of liver theater in the form of comedies, dramas, mysteries, musicals and dinner shows.  Our purpose has always been the development of theater and allied arts among all ages in The Dalles and surrounding communities; to provide a cultural and education public service and to promote the assimilation of theater arts into the civic and social life of the geographic area.  The Theatre Company’s goal over the years has been to secure it’s own facility for performances.  Due to expenses this goal has remained unattainable.  The Theatre Company may never own their own stage, but will remain a partner in reopening the Civic Auditorium of The Dalles.

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Tigard

Broadway Rose Theatre Company
P.O. Box 231004, Tigard, OR 97281, phone: 503- 620-5262
The Broadway Rose has been producing live professional summer theater in Tigard since 1992. We are the only professional theater company in Washington County, and provide accessible, fun, quality entertainment.

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Tillamook

Tillamook Association for the Performing Arts: TAPA
Box 571, Tillamook, OR 97141, phone: 503-815-TAPA

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West Linn

Christopher Leebrick Storytelling
1567 Holly St., West Linn, OR 97068, phone: 503-656-9567, email: chris@allgoodstories.com

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Wilsonville

Wilsonville Theater Company
28000 SW Stafford Road,  Wilsonville, OR 97070, phone: 503-476-5152, email: info@wilsonvilletheatercompany.org
The Wilsonville Theater Company is a community theater group based in Wilsonville, Oregon, about 20 miles south of Portland. We encourage anyone with an interest in theater to get involved. And, plan to come see a live performance soon!

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