Listed below are upcoming shows, staged readings, classes, community partnership events, and more.
All times Pacific unless otherwise noted.
Go here to view recordings of virtual offerings and events that have already taken place.
FIGURE FOUR is an art exhibit by Portland-based visual artist Valentino Oscar Quijano-Moeckel. It features works on paper and canvas that tackle an intriguing and complicated sect of American pop culture — pro wrestling.
Join us for a special "Libra Edition" of VNPRT & Friends — along with tours of the costume shop! VNPRT will be joined by Noah Simpson on trumpet, Cory Limuaco on drums, Adriana Wagner on trombone, Chibia Ulinwa on violin, Sam Arnold on bass, and James Theory. Don't miss this improvisational music performance that blends hip hop, jazz, RnB, and more!
Celebrate power in movement with Portland’s premiere contemporary dance company, push/FOLD. In this site-specific performance with audience interaction, we'll dive into Bodies and learn what truly makes our bodies move.
As part of The People's Party BIPOC Affinity Night for the ripple, the wave that carried me home, join us for a pre-show discussion with Morgan Spriggs, founder of Black Swimming Initiative, and his daughter Erica Spriggs, as they talk about their vision for a world where racism is eliminated from the aquatics and water sports.
David Saffert and Jillian Snow Harris share the stage as Liberace and Liza Minnelli, creating an exhilarating night of musical and comical fireworks. Bo Ayars, Liberace’s actual arranger/music director, conducts the show for an unforgettable evening of music and entertainment that includes loads of Liberace holiday piano medleys, showstopping Liza hits, and enough comedy and sequins to keep you giddy well into the new year!
Join us for a holiday party for the ages! Get dressed up and come enjoy a magical evening of delicious dining, fabulous music, a performance of It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, and dancing into the winter's night — all to celebrate and raise money for PCS!
Portland Center Stage is committed to identifying & interrupting instances of racism & all forms of oppression, through the principles of inclusion, diversity, equity, & accessibility (IDEA).