Our Venues

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

 

Step back in time

The beautifully restored Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, opened in 1984, was originally the Portland Public Theatre, built in 1928.

The Italian Rococo Revival architecture was said to be the national showcase of Rapp & Rapp, renowned Chicago theatre architects. Visitors are greeted by a 65 foot high "Portland" sign above the Broadway Marquee, which contains approximately 6,000 theatrical lights.

 

 

Location

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
1037 SW Broadway
Portland, OR 97205

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Keller Auditorium

 

A Great Venue

 

In Portland's spacious Keller Auditorium, audiences have enjoyed Broadway productions, ballet, operas, family events and much more.

 

The Keller (originally known as the Civic Auditorium) was built in 1917. It was completely renovated in 1968. Throughout the years, it has been the 'workhorse' theater for the city of Portland, hosting many performing arts events each year. The building is home to the Portland Opera and Oregon Ballet Theatre. It also hosts many national acts and traveling Broadway shows.

 

Location

Keller Auditorium
222 SW Clay (on the corner of Clay and 3rd Ave)
Portland, OR 97201
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Lincoln Hall, Portland State University School of Fine and Performing Arts

Location

Lincoln Performance Hall, Portland State University
1620 SW Park Avenue
Portland, OR 97201  

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Newmark Theatre

 

An Intimate Theatre
This 880 seat theater was designed to emulate the Edwardian-style theaters of Europe. Home to a variety of productions, this theater is refined and elegant. It is also one of the most intimate theatrical experiences you'll ever encounter.

No seat in the theater is further than 65 feet from the stage.

 

 

Location

The Newmark Theatre - inside Antoinette Hatfield Hall
1111 SW Broadway
Portland, OR 97205

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