Scene Shop Tour
Posted 18 October 2017
All those beautiful sets and props you see on stage started their life in the scene shop, where they were measured, cut, sanded, painted and primed before being sent down the road to The Armory's stages. Take a tour with Scene Shop Manager Seth Chandler, and hear about the process making magic happen, and the stories of the incredibly talented artists and craftspeople that make it happen. See some of your favorite props and set pieces on the walls of the scene shop, where they are stored and memorialized, and get all those "how did you do that?" questions answered.
**NOTE: THIS TOUR WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE SCENE SHOP, NOT THE ARMORY.**
3079 NW Front Ave
Portland, OR 97210
Saturday, November 18
$5 Arts for All (only available in person at the Box Office)
What to Bring
Class participants will receive a welcome/introductory email the Wednesday before their class providing specific details of what to bring to class. Class participants are always welcome to bring bottled water, and coffee or other beverages with a lid are also permitted. Please ensure cell phones and other noise-making devises are placed on "Silent Mode" or Off during class hours. There is no need to bring a printed copy of your ticket.
Refunds and Exchange Policy
The Armory does not offer refunds on purchased class registrations; all sales are final. Class exchanges can be made within 24 hour notice prior to the first class meeting. In rare circumstances when a class may be cancelled (due to extreme weather, artist absence or other unavoidable situations) we will offer refunds or replacement registration for a future class.
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Arts for All
The Armory is proud to participate in Portland's Arts for All program. This means those Oregonians receiving SNAP benefits or with an Oregon Trail Card can receive discounted tickets to Community Events and Classes, available in person at the Box Office. Please have your Oregon Trail Card with you at time of purchase.
The Armory is committed to making our facilities accessible to all of our patrons. For specific program questions and ticket information, or if you need assistance, please contact the Education Department at 503-445-3795 or email us at email@example.com.
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