Venue Details

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Keller Auditorium
Portland's Centers for the Arts 222 SW Clay Portland, OR 97201
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11 events
7 reviews
3 stars
If you come in from the West don't count on bus #58 to get you back there, the last one is scheduled for 1107, but must have gone through earlier; had to walk to Morrison to catch the MAX.
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Linda McCullough
6 events
2 reviews
8 stars
Not a lot of food options on a Sunday night, especially if you are going with kids. Plan a head to eat elsewhere than right by the venue.
The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses -- Master Quest
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Reviews & Ratings

Oregon Ballet Theatre's "Reveal"
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2 events
1 review
0 stars
attended Feb 23 2014

Very nice seats in a good location. The Ballet was wonderful and most of the music added to the overall enjoyment. Nice to have discount tickets and to be able to pick them up at will-call so easily.

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20 events
1 review
0 stars
attended Feb 27 2014

Terrible, weird… Managed to spoil one of the best ballet Bolero...

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More Information



Program (subject to change):

World Premiere Work

Christopher Stowell / Dmitri Shostakovich


Almost Mozart_

James Kudelka / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart



Christopher Wheeldon / Arvo Pärt



Nicolo Fonte / Maurice Ravel

*with guest artist Artur Sultanov

About the Ticket Supplier: Oregon Ballet Theatre

Founded in 1989, Oregon Ballet Theatre (OBT) is the state’s largest full-time professional ballet company. As a cultural leader in the Pacific Northwest, OBT creates and preserves the art of ballet through the highest quality performance, training and educational programming. Under the artistic direction of Kevin Irving, OBT is committed to producing compelling and diverse works, ranging from classical masterpieces to contemporary premieres, which consistently inspire and entice audiences. OBT offers experiential arts education programs for youth and adults, as well as a professional ballet school for students, ages 4-18. Through all its varied programming, OBT reaches over 130,000 members of the community each year. For more information, visit