Venue Details

107 Star Starred
Alder Stage
Located at Artists Repertory Theatre 1516 SW Alder St. Portland, OR 97205
503-241-1278
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Try and get there a little before 7:00 so you can get a place to park on the street.
Ten Chimneys info May 02 2013 star this tip starred
Mardale Cooley Burns
Parked in nearby lot, reasonable
Red Herring info Feb 21 2013 star this tip starred
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9 reviews
2 stars
attended Jul 27 2014

Nice rendition of my favorite of Shakespeare's plays (and his last one) The Tempest. The main character Prospero (Prospera) and brother Antonio (sister/Antonia) were played wonderfully by women instead of the traditional males -- added a different...continued

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0 stars
attended Jul 11 2014

It was a lovely presentation with fun acting and a pleasing set.

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3 reviews
0 stars
attended Jul 12 2014

Poor stage design, lighting and costuming. Overdone direction. A major success for a junior high drama department, but a miserable offering from a professional troupe.

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Website

http://portlandshakes.org/the-tempest/

About the Ticket Supplier: Portland Shakespeare Project

The Portland Shakespeare Project is a nonprofit theatre company dedicated to educating, enriching, and entertaining audiences by producing classical works and contemporary works associated with classical material.

The Portland Shakespeare Project is committed to using dedicated, professional, local actors and technicians.

The Portland Shakespeare Project will offer classes and educational programs for students, actors and audience members designed to raise proficiency, broaden knowledge and enrich understanding of classical material and contemporary works which honor the traditions of classical theatre.