Portland’5 Centers for the Arts

Address: 1111 South West Broadway
Portland, OR 97205
Phone: 503-248-4335

The Portland Center for the Performing Arts is home to Portland's finest music, theatre, dance, lectures and more. Located in the Cultural District in downtown, going out for a night-on-the-town couldn't be easier!
On this site, you'll find

- Detailed information about performances
- Directions to our theatres, and parking in the vincinity
- Information on near by restaurants and hotels
- ADA Accessibility
- And much much more...

The Theatres

The Portland Center for the Performing Arts consists of three separate buildings, the Keller Auditorium, the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, and Antoinette Hatfield Hall (formerly called the New Theatre Building) which houses the Newmark and Dolores Winningstad theatres, and Brunish Hall.

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