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We're sorry to share that the January 21-23 performances of The Great Leap have been canceled, as we've detected breakthrough cases of COVID-19 in the production group. If you have tickets to one of these performances, please explore your ticket options here. Our highest priority is always the health and safety of every cast, crew, staff, and audience members in the theater, so we appreciate your flexibility and understanding.

Donate to the p:ear Giving Tree

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December 1 – 20
338 NW 6th Ave. Portland, OR 97209

We're thrilled to help support the annual Giving Tree for p:ear digitally this year. Even though we are unable to accept donations at Portland Center Stage, you can still view our p:ear tree located in our lobby during your visit and drop off your contributions to p:ear. Can’t stop by in person? Check out p:ear's Amazon Wish List to have items shipped right to their door!

Every winter, p:ear youth are looking for basic needs such as socks, backpacks, bus tickets, gift cards, art supplies, and other items that are around $25. The Giving Tree helps p:ear supply youth with essential items they need throughout the year.

What items are needed? Click to download the full list. 

Bring your donations to p:ear
Donations can be dropped off Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.–2 p.m. at p:ear, 338 NW 6th Ave. Portland, OR 97209. Please knock at the side door on Flanders St. and staff will take your donations and provide you with a donation receipt.

About p:ear

Founded in 2002, p:ear has provided invaluable mentoring services to Portland’s homeless and parent-less young people. p:ear’s mission is to build positive relationships with 15-25-year-old homeless and transitional youth, through education, arts, and recreation, to affirm personal worth and create more meaningful and healthier lives. Each year, p:ear serves roughly 800 homeless young people. Currently, we see 65 youth per day. p:ear was created from a vision of compassion. We believe that each youth deserves to empower themselves and to develop a positive self-identity that encompasses a sense of self-worth and a capacity for risk, growth, change. pearmentor.org

Portland Center Stage is committed to identifying & interrupting instances of racism & all forms of oppression, through the principles of inclusion, diversity, equity, & accessibility (IDEA).

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