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With 30 exhibits displaying more than 2,500 species of underwater life, there's plenty to keep you and your family engaged at the Portland Aquarium. Explore and observe a wide variety of birds, reptiles, and both cold water and tropical fish in settings that mimic their natural habitats. You're encouraged to hand-feed sharks, rays, birds and fish, or to get up-close and personal with many of the reptiles and other animals on exhibit. Touch a stingray, visit a tropical rainforest filled with exotic creatures, marvel at a giant Pacific octopus and much more. Your little ones might just leave with dreams of a career in marine biology.
The acclaimed Broadway classic returns! As part of their 50th Anniversary Season, Roundabout Theatre Company is proud to present Sam Mendes (Skyfall, American Beauty) and Rob Marshall’s (Into the Woods, Nine and Chicago, the films) Tony Award-winning production of Cabaret.
Welcome to the infamous Kit Kat Klub, where the Emcee, Sally Bowles and a raucous ensemble take the stage nightly to tantalize the crowd––and to leave their troubles outside. But as life in pre-WWII Germany grows more and more uncertain, will the decadent allure of Berlin nightlife be enough to get them through their dangerous times? Come hear some of the most memorable songs in theatre history, including “Cabaret,” “Willkommen” and “Maybe This Time.” Right this way, your table’s waiting at Cabaret, John Kander, Fred Ebb And Joe Masteroff’s Tony-winning musical about following your heart while the world loses its way.
Witness the most righteous story ever told -- as you've never seen it told before. In this beloved classic, Grammy and Oscar-winning composer and lyricist Stephen Schwartz (Wicked) uses the Gospel of Matthew and a score featuring every genre from ragtime to rock to rap to retell the story of Jesus and his disciples through a series of charming and hilarious scenes. A timeless tale of friendship, loyalty and love, Godspell has touched the hearts of countless theatergoers all over the world. It aims to raise your spirit with a Tony-nominated score that features such chart-topping songs as "Day By Day," "Light of the World" and "Turn Back, O Man." Check out with this spectacular production at the Lakewood Center for the Arts in Lake Oswego.
Luck might be the only lady (and even her character is in question) among the delightfully dubious denizens of Guys and Dolls Jr., the musical tribute to a bygone New York performed by young actors. It's the early '50s, and the saloons and street corners of Broadway are crowded with characters. There's Sarah Brown, a straight-laced missionary out to reform Times Square sinners; Sky Masterson, the high roller who woos her on a bet; Adelaide, the nightclub performer with the 14-year-long engagement; and Nathan Detroit, her fiance and runner of New York's "Oldest Established Permanent Floating Craps Game." Their funny and romantic escapades are presented in this junior version of the Broadway crowd-pleaser that's been condensed for younger performers. Catch it at the Alpenrose Dairy Opera House in Portland.
Two wily young bachelors pretend to be nothing but earnest -- while masquerading as guys named Ernest -- as they set out to win their well-dowried ladies' hearts. In this case, however, it's a pair of bachelorettes on the chase in this all-female production of Oscar Wilde's enduring 1895 satire. This witty, sly romp through Victorian society is filled with one-liners and double entendres that still pack a mighty comic punch today, while the single-sex casting provides an exciting new twist. The playwright himself called it "a trivial comedy for serious people," and it's coming to Artists Repertory Theatre in Portland.
In this special adaptation of the heartwarming family favorite The Music Man, lovable swindler "Professor" Harold Hill attempts to pull a con on the citizens of River City, Iowa. In order to part the hardworking people with their money, he pretends that he will save the town's youth from the sin and corruption of the pool hall by selling them instruments and helping to organize a boys' band, despite the fact that he secretly knows nothing about music. The "Music Man" manages to turn the bickering school board into a barbershop quartet, win the heart of Marian the Librarian and somehow transform himself into an honest man in the process. This beloved musical, now at the Washburn Performing Arts Center in Washougal with a cast of youth actors ages 8-18, contains several show tune favorites, including "Seventy-Six Trombones," "Ya Got Trouble," "Till There Was You" and "Goodnight, My Someone."
Jazz trumpeter Louis Armstrong, known by his nickname "Satchmo," was one of the greatest all-around entertainers who ever lived, and in Satchmo at the Waldorf, you'll join him backstage at the Empire Room at what would turn out to be his final performance. As portrayed by Salim Sanchez, Armstrong muses on his childhood, his music, his difficult working relationship with manager Joe Glaser and his conflicts with the new guard, represented by jazz hipster Miles Davis. This one-man show comes to the stage at The Sanctuary at Sandy Plaza.
This "raunchy, savvy" (The New York Times) comedy tracks two radical feminists on a killing spree against pro-life conservatives, who also happen to be on a collision course with a slacker screenwriter and his pal Rodney, aka "The Rod," who likes to mansplain issues like rape. Award-winning playwright Sheila Callaghan (TV's Shameless, Casual) was praised for the "sass and sarcasm in [her] high-energy punk writing" by The New Yorker. Defunkt Theatre brings That Pretty Pretty (or the Rape Play) to the stage at Portland's Back Door Theatre.
Tigers Be Still -- a ferociously funny play from New Girl writer Kim Rosenstock -- centers around Sherry Wickman, who's recently earned a degree in art therapy, only to find herself moving back in with her family. Unemployed and overwhelmed, Sherry retreats to her childhood bed and remains there until an unexpected employment opportunity gives her a renewed sense of purpose and hope. Tigers Be Still is a sincere and sweet study of post-grad ennui that'll appeal to anyone who's ever stumbled off their own path. The play's comedic take on arrested development hits the stage at Clackamas Repertory Theatre in Oregon City.
Hit the road with a brilliant teen and her estranged mother as they travel 26 Miles to try and repair their relationship. When a desperate midnight phone call spurs a spontaneous road trip between the pair, the secrets that they've been running from finally come to the surface. Find out why The New York Times called this work from Quiara Alegria Hudes "transforming and restorative" as this road trip arrives at the Artists Repertory Theatre.