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Theatre In Portland is proud to partner with Goldstar to offer the following shows for at least half off the regular ticket price.

Just click on a discounted ticket link below and simply register to view the discounted prices for each show and be able to purchase theatre tickets at great prices. Why pay full price when you can save with Theatre In Portland and Goldstar!

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The Color Purple  
Portland Center Stage at The Armory The Color Purple
From Alice Walker's Pulitzer Prize-winning bestseller comes a powerful, Tony Award-winning musical with a fresh, joyous score of jazz, ragtime, gospel and blues. This stirring family chronicle follows the inspirational Celie from the early to mid-20th century in the American South, as she journeys from childhood to womanhood, through joy and despair, anguish and hope to discover the true power of love and life. With a soul-rousing, Grammy-winning score, The Color Purple is an unforgettable American classic that's sure to move you when it hits Portland Center Stage at The Armory.



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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Brunish Theatre at Antoinette Hatfield Hall Dreamgirls
When's the last time you saw something so good it sent a chill up your spine, causing your arms to burst out into goosebumps? We're guessing it's been too long. Well, good news -- the sweeping and inspirational journey through 20th century American popular music that is Dreamgirls is coming to Portland's Brunish Theatre at Antoinette Hatfield Hall. Chronicling one Motown group's rise from obscurity to superstardom -- through gospel, R&B, smooth pop, disco and more -- Dreamgirls explores themes of ambition, hope and betrayal, all set in the glamorous and competitive world of the entertainment industry.



The Hip-Hop Nutcracker  
Keller Auditorium The Hip-Hop Nutcracker
This is not the holiday classic of your grandmother's childhood. The Hip Hop Nutcracker re-imagines Tchaikovsky's classic score, swapping out pas de duex and releve for head-spins and windmills. Instead of pointe shoes, these Sugarplums are lacing up their high-top sneakers and they'll be poppin' and lockin' their way into Portland. A dozen all-star dancers from Brooklyn-based theatrical hip-hop dance company Decadancetheatre, an on-stage DJ and an electric violinist bring the beloved story to life in a modern-day New York City setting. In addition to some explosive hip-hop choreography bounding across the Keller Auditorium stage, this merry mash-up also features an appearance by one of hip-hop's pillars: Kurtis Blow. The rap icon's early-'80s hit "Christmas Rappin'" took caroling to da club, so he's the perfect guest star to tie a bow around this holiday hybrid.



The Truth Project  
Echo Theater The Truth Project
The Truth Project is a collection of works by performing artists utilizing the overlap of circus arts, dance, narrative and physical theater to explore themes of social justice. This show is a collaboration between artists from a broad range of ages, performing disciplines, lived experiences and abilities. What truths do we hold dear? In an increasingly polarized society, what are the common truths we share? Continuing in Portland's Echo Theater tradition, this is ensemble-created work exploring what truths we consider essential.