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2 Star Starred
Portland Actors Conservatory
1436 SW Montgomery St. Portland, OR 97201
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Buy a $3 parking pass at the box office.
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3 stars
Seating is horribly uncomfortable. I sat on my sweater :)
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"Twelfth Night"
7 ratings
4.0 average rating
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8 reviews
2 stars
attended Mar 03 2012

Homespun theater, actors that enjoyed themselves and a fun story.

I'd definitely go to that theater again.

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6 reviews
0 stars
attended Feb 23 2012

Understand this is, with one exception, a student cast. Accomplished though they are, Shakespeare must be among the hardest to deliver in an understandable, nuanced performance. All the cast had all the words right. Most were delivered at a...continued

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3 reviews
0 stars
attended Feb 25 2012

This theatre is small, cute, and welcoming. The actors were well suited to their parts and did a great job.

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About the Ticket Supplier: Portland Actors Conservatory

Portland Actors Conservatory is the premiere school for professional actor training in the Pacific Northwest. Artistic director Beth Harper leads the Conservatory’s multiple offerings including its fulltime, Two Year Professional Training Program, ongoing Studio Class offerings, and the Summer on Stage youth theater program. Portland Actors Conservatory provides the highest standard in acting training with distinguished faculty Beth Harper, Connor Kerns, Val Landrum, Elizabeth Rothan, Chris Harder, Brenda Hubbard, Michael Griggs, Andrea White, Ben Newman, Shelly Lipkin, Chris Mikolavich, and Samson Syharath. The Conservatory is located near Portland, Ore.‘s city center in the historic Firehouse Theatre, housing an upstairs studio space as well an intimate 70-seat theatre. Portland Actors Conservatory annually produces a three show season featuring its second year students, in addition to two student showcases. Portland Actors Conservatory is Oregon’s only independent professional acting training school accredited by the National Association of Schools of Theatre.