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Sacajawea and Standing Rock: This Riveting New Play Ties the Past to the Present

Crossing Mnisose opens in April as part of Portland Center Stage at The Armory’s Northwest Stories series, the same series that brought to stage the hugely popular production of Astoria: Part One and Two last season.


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Jane Austen on Wheels? Yes. And Here Are 8 Reasons You Shouldn’t Miss It.

A bold, vivacious stage adaptation of Jane Austen’s delightful Sense and Sensibility will roll onto the main stage of Portland’s premier playhouse beginning January 12.


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Broadway star adds shine to the Tony Award-winning musical The Color Purple at The Armory

Lana Gordon plays Shug Avery, a larger-than-life character who has captured the hearts of audiences and critics alike in the Broadway musical based on Alice Walker’s iconic book and Steven Spielberg’s blockbuster film.


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A Comedy of Explosive Ideas: Major Barbara at The Armory

The Nobel Prize-winning playwright and proud socialist George Bernard Shaw has been making us laugh and think since the mid-1800s. His impressive facial hair isn’t the only thing that still resonates today. Don’t miss his funniest play!


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What show features 80 costumes changes, 31 wigs and 1,000 hand-painted bricks?

The improv giant that helped launch the careers of Tina Fey, Bill Murray and Stephen Colbert created a holiday hit that puts a ‘twist’ on the Scrooge saga.