From show-specific programs to First Thursdays, The Armory frequently hosts events designed to engage the Portland community.
The Armory provides young people an unforgettable opportunity to experience professional theater in a context that supports their education. Targeted toward students age 12 to 18.
From the Summer Teen Academy to Teen Council, The Armory provides access and professional training for teenage students interested in the theater.
Taught by a diverse pool of talented professionals from throughout the region and beyond, our Adult Classes provide recurring opportunities for anyone interested in learning more about the living stage and other storytelling art forms.
Prologues are brief informational talks at 6:55 p.m. before every weeknight performance on the U.S. Bank Main Stage.
Q&As are question and answer sessions with the cast and crew after select weekend and Thursday matinees.
Docent-Led Tours are led by volunteers and free to the public.
Download Resource Guides for a play synopsis and more detailed information about each of our productions.
For more information on any of our programs, please email or call 503-445-3795.
Education and Community Programs Sponsors
Community Programs are supported in part by contributions from:
Education Programs are supported in part by contributions from:
James F. & Marion L. Miller Foundation
Regional Arts & Culture Council
Rick Caskey & Sue Horn-Caskey
Goulder Family Foundation
H.W. Irwin & D.C.H. Irwin Foundation
Juan Young Trust
The Reser Family Foundation