Past Event Video Archive
Below you will find links to view recordings of select virtual offerings, from original works to staged readings to community partnership events. View a list of upcoming events here.
Celebrate First Thursday with a performance by the Sarah Clarke Trio and art exhibits from Arvie Smith and Tom Lupton. Sarah will be joined by Michael Elson and Damian Erskine, playing a mix from R&B to jazz and high-energy funk.
Enjoy a classical concert of holiday music by Portland-based siblings 300 Watts Trio. This intimate concert will feature cello and violins.
Join us online for this conversation between Emily Rapp Black, The New York Times bestselling author of Frida Kahlo and My Left Leg, and Vanessa Severo, actor/playwright of Frida ... A Self Portrait. Both artists will discuss how the life, art, and disabilities of Frida Kahlo have impacted their work.
October’s First Thursday will feature music by the Pablo Rivarola Trio, along with the opening of Angela Saenz's art installation Hard Feelings. Complimentary beer from our partners at Deschutes Brewery!
This in-depth conversation delves into the changing face of casting in today’s theater, with PCS Associate Artistic Director Chip Miller and actor/writer Ayanna Berkshire.
Join us for a First Thursday even with music from Portland-based DJ VNPRT, accompanied by live instrumentation from special guests, informed by jazz, hip hop, RnB, and musical experimentation. Complimentary beer provided by Deschutes Brewery. Attend in person or watch online!
The searing production that took Portland by storm gets its streaming debut! Dael Orlandersmith’s solo show explores the social uprising following the shooting of teenager Michael Brown. Produced by ALL ARTS and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.
JAW 2021 Event
JAW 2021 Event
This special dance performance will feature choreography that the students from STEPS PDX have learned and created over the last few months.
Portland Center Stage is committed to identifying & interrupting instances of racism & all forms of oppression, through the principles of inclusion, diversity, equity, & accessibility (IDEA).