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Portland Aquarium  
Portland Aquarium Portland Aquarium
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.



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Feathers and Teeth  
Artists Repertory Theatre Feathers and Teeth
The latest hit to make the stage at Portland's Artists Repertory Theatre is an intriguing witches' brew of family drama and suspense thriller, with a generous bit of campy horror comedy stirred into the mix as well. Feathers and Teeth finds literal and figurative skeletons being uncovered in the home of a 13-year-old girl named Chris, who's now forced to face her greatest fear. But it's not the monster that may be living in their house that's giving her nightmares, it's a mystery-shrouded woman who's insinuated herself into Chris' once-idyllic family life. Playwright Charise Castro Smith has conjured up what looks to be the perfect live Halloween-themed treat.



God of Carnage  
Lakewood Center for the Arts God of Carnage
God of Carnage, Yasmina Reza's comedy of (bad) manners, begins with two couples meeting to work things out after a playground altercation between their children. As the evening progresses, their behavior goes from civilized to outrageous as each couple tries to pin the blame on the other for the incident. From cutting dialogue to broad physical comedy, God of Carnage will defy your expectations at every turn, becoming more hilarious with each scene. Find out just how thin the line between civility and brutality is in this Lakewood Theatre Company production at the Lakewood Center for the Arts in Lake Oswego. This show contains adult language and is recommended for mature audiences.



Jersey Boys  
Keller Auditorium Jersey Boys
"Too good to be true!" raves the New York Post for Jersey Boys, the 2006 Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning Best Musical about Rock and Roll Hall of Famers The Four Seasons: Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi. This is the true story of how four blue-collar kids became one of the greatest successes in pop music history. They wrote their own songs, invented their own sounds and sold 175 million records worldwide - all before they were 30! Jersey Boys features their hit songs "Sherry," "Big Girls Don't Cry," "Rag Doll," "Oh What a Night" and "Can't Take My Eyes Off You." "The crowd goes wild!" cheers The New York Times.



La Boheme  
Keller Auditorium La Boheme
Puccini's story of love, loss and the artistic world of 19th-century Paris comes to vibrant life in this stunning Portland Opera production at Keller Auditorium. Featuring strikingly designed sets and costumes, not to mention a bevy of brilliant young singers, La Boheme finds the poor poet Rodolfo and the painter Marcello drawn into a tangle of love and jealousy after the frail Mimi knocks on their door, desperately seeking help. These youthful dreamers navigate the complicated maze of romance amid the colorful Bohemian enclaves of the city and its snowy streets, until they realize they can no longer hide from the world's harsh realities. A huge hit when Puccini premiered it in 1896, the opera's popularity and power have not dimmed since.



Lauren Weedman Doesn't Live Here Anymore  
Portland Center Stage Lauren Weedman Doesn't Live Here Anymore
Star of HBO's Looking and former Daily Show correspondent Lauren Weedman returns to the city she lovingly skewered in her last solo show, The People's Republic of Portland, for the world premiere of her latest one, Lauren Weedman Doesn't Live Here Anymore, on the main stage at the Portland Center Stage at The Armory. The award-winning star's new one-woman extravaganza finds her musing on romance and love gone horribly, terribly wrong through a combo of story and song, backed a live band and promising to sport some very large hair.



Peppa Pig Live! Peppa Pig's Big Splash!  
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall Peppa Pig Live! Peppa Pig's Big Splash!
Peppa Pig -- star of her own hit children's animated series on Nick Jr. -- is bringing her rambunctious, fun-filled stage show to Portland. In Peppa Pig Live! Peppa Pig's Big Splash!, Peppa, her brother George, and the rest of her family and friends come to life as full-sized puppets. This 80-minute extravaganza at Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall is filled with lots of singing, dancing, laughing and mud puddle jumping. It's a fast-paced, funny musical performance that's perfect for preschoolers.



The Rainmaker  
Magenta Theater The Rainmaker
N. Richard Nash's The Rainmaker has it all: faith, love, humor, emotion and even a little magic. Farm girl Lizzie Curry is best described as "plain." Her marriage prospects and dreams of escape are as dry as her family's drought-ridden farm. Her dad and brothers' efforts to marry her off are laughable. Enter the fast-thinking, smooth-talking "rainmaker" Starbuck, who could solve both the romantic issue and drought problem. Lizzie's father gives the man the last of the family's savings and holds onto his hat. Will Starbuck turn out to be a con man and a liar or is he a hero with magical powers? Nash's funny and poignant American tale brings out the true power of hope during hard times. See this sweet charmer at Vancouver's Magenta Theater.



Shen Yun  
Keller Auditorium Shen Yun
World-famous performing-arts troupe Shen Yun summons an ancient Chinese world to vibrant life via traditional music, dance and acrobatics, along with spectacular animated backdrops, historically authentic costumes and thunderous orchestral sound. Their latest exciting stage extravaganza, Experience a Divine Culture, stars a cast of 100 in a wildly colorful, exhilarating and heartfelt journey through 5,000 years of glorious civilization, now on the verge of disappearing completely. You'll see more than a dozen dance pieces, each with its own story, as well as several solo vocal and instrumental performances as part of the show Broadway World calls "extravagantly beautiful," when it arrives on stage at Portland's Keller Auditorium.



This Random World  
Portland Actors Conservatory This Random World
A hit at the 2016 Humana Festival of New American Plays, This Random World explores the many lives that may be happening just out of reach of our own. As it mines the comedy of missed connections, this funny, intimate and heartbreaking play follows a series of intersecting lives: A mother determined to maintain her independence, a daughter who longs for adventure, two sisters seeking common ground, and an internet prank gone wrong. This Portland Actors Conservatory production of Steven Dietz's This Random World investigates what it is to love, to lose, and be touched by the myth of serendipity.



Tomas and the Library Lady  
Winningstad Theatre Tomas and the Library Lady
Based on the beloved picture book by Pat Mora, Tomas and the Library Lady tells the story of Tomas, the son of migrant workers who spends long days in the fields harvesting crops. When he meets a kind librarian who introduces him to the world of books, Tomas discovers the power of imagination and limitless possibilities. Performed in English and Spanish, this multi-lingual play at Portland's Winningstad Theatre promotes literacy while encouraging cultural diversity.