OREGON BALLET THEATRE

 

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Monday-Friday / 9-5
818 SE Sixth Avenue
Portland OR, 97214 
(between Belmont & Morrison)

PCPA Box Office
1111 SW Broadway
Portland, OR 97205 

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Photos: Michael Linsmeier, Alison Roper. Photo by Joni Kabana.

 

DIRECTIONS

Performances take place in the Keller Auditorium and Newmark Theatre. Both facilities are operated and maintained by the Portland Center for the Performing Arts.

KELLER AUDITORIUM
222 SW Clay
(Corner of SW 3rd and Clay in downtown Portland)
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NEWMARK THEATRE
(located inside the PCPA building
at SW Broadway and Main in downtown Portland)
1111 SW Broadway
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DIRECTIONS TO KELLER AUDITORIUM

From the South: Take I-5 North to exit 299B, I-405 toward Beaverton/US-26/City Center. Take exit 1A toward Naito Parkway. Merge onto SW Harbor Dr., following signs to Front Ave. Cross over Front Ave./Naito Pkwy and continue onto SW Clay. Keller Auditorium is two blocks up on your left at the corner of SW 3rd & Clay.

From the North: Take I-5 South to exit 300B, OR-99E toward OMSI/US-26/Oregon City. Get in the right lane and take Morrison St./City Center exit. Cross Morrison Bridge (bridge becomes SW Washington St.) and turn left on 3rd Ave. Continue south on 3rd Ave. to SW Clay. Keller Auditorium is on your left.

From the East: Take I-84 West to I-5 South exit towards Beaverton/Salem. Get in right lane. Follow directions as if coming from the North.

From the West: From Hwy 26, take the Market St. exit toward City Center (center lane through tunnel.) Continue on SW Market to 3rd Ave. Keller Auditorium is on the left, between 3rd and 2nd Ave.

TRANSIT TO KELLER AUDITORIUM

Conveniently located in Portland's Theater District, Keller Auditorium is served by both bus and light rail via the downtown transit mall.

PARKING AT KELLER AUDITORIUM

There are several parking lots in the vicinity that range in price, beginning at $5 for the evening. The two theater entrances both face SW 3rd Avenue, directly across from Keller Fountain. If you do not need assistance from box office staff, it will be most convenient to enter via the southernmost of these two entrances (the one closer to SW Market St.).


DIRECTIONS TO NEWMARK THEATRE

From the South: Take I-5 North to exit 299B, I-405 toward Beaverton/US-26/City Center. Take exit 2A toward Salmon St./PGE Park. Merge onto SW 14th Ave. Turn right at SW Salmon St. Turn right at SW Broadway. The PCPA building is one block ahead on the right. (Directly south of the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.)

From the North: Take I-5 South to exit 300B, OR-99E toward OMSI/US-26/Oregon City. Get in the right lane and take Morrison St./City Center exit. Cross Morrison Bridge (bridge becomes SW Washington St.) and turn left onto SW Broadway. The PCPA building is six blocks ahead on the right. (Directly south of the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.)

From the West: From Hwy 26, take the Market St. exit toward City Center (center lane through tunnel.) Turn left on SW 12th St. Turn right at SW Salmon St. Turn right at SW Broadway. The PCPA building is one block ahead on the right. (Directly south of the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.)

From the East: Take I-84 West to I-5 South exit towards Beaverton/Salem. Get in right lane. Follow directions as if coming from the North

TRANSIT TO NEWMARK THEATRE

Conveniently located in Portland's Theatre District, the Newmark Theatre is served by both bus and light rail via the downtown transit mall.

PARKING AT NEWMARK THEATRE

The Newmark Theatre (formerly the Intermediate Theatre) is near the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. There are several parking lots in the vicinity that range in price, beginning at $5 for the evening.

 

KELLER AUDITORIUM

NEWMARK THEATRE

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