Venue Details

1 Star Starred
Miracle Theatre Group
425 SE 6th Ave Portland, OR 97214
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"Steel Magnolias"
13 ratings
4.8 average rating
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11 events
5 reviews
11 stars
attended Sep 01 2013

I'm a hairdresser and huge fan of the movie (who also grew up in the South during 70's/80's.) I thought this was a wonderful adaptation. The characters were beautifully portrayed and gave both hilarious and moving performances. My only regret is...continued

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8 events
3 reviews
1 stars
attended Aug 18 2013

Review of Steel Magnolia at Miracle Theater.
Performance was excellent. Cast was professional and reached the audience with rapport. Unfortunately, this small intimate theater had many empty seats. What a shame. Previously I had seen both the...continued

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12 events
2 reviews
2 stars
attended Aug 23 2013

my friend and i were awed. it was superb. far exceed our expectations. i have recommend it to several friends. costumes mostly period but straps showing, cowboy boots seemed a bit off. hairdos were great. just wonderful.

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With a cast of veteran stage actors, Circle Theatre Project’s production is the only professional staging of Steel Magnolias in Portland this summer.

Lisamarie Harrison plays the wise and inimitable Truvy, Patty Price-Yates plays constant and devoted mother M’Lynn, Malia Tippets embodies the role of stubborn and impetuous daughter Shelby, Lisa Gillam-Luginbill plays the simplistic and introverted Annelle, Kim Bogus plays the cantankerous Ouiser and her “forever friend” and woman about town Clairee is played by Portland’s own Ms. Margie Boule.

About the Ticket Supplier: Circle Theatre Project

The vision of Circle Theatre Project is to provide more opportunities in professional theatre for women and girls. To this end we are intentional about producing works by female playwrights with casts of characters weighted by female roles. We look to advance and employ female directors and technical production staff. Circle Theatre Project will provide training opportunities for women and girls in areas of theatre production where opportunities for females are currently limited.