With so much fun and beauty happening outdoors in Mt. Hood Territory, sometimes people forget about the amazingly talented people in our thriving performing arts scene. But when you're looking for something fun to do for a night on the town, our theaters have some great options in the coming weeks.
The Lakewood Center for the Arts in Lake Oswego is a gorgeous theater known for housing some top notch performances. The current production of To Kill a Mockingbird is no exception. The stage adaptation of the classic novel has been delighting audiences throughout the run. You have until December 10 to catch the show. The cast and crew at Lakewood won't be resting for long, as they'll be putting on Parnassus on Wheels January 5 - February 11. After that, it's Lost Treasures Collection: Pipe Dream on February 16 and 17. Visit their website for ticket prices and show times.
The talented performers with the Clackamas Repertory Theatre are putting on a kid's show December 9. Wing It! Interactive Children's Theatre will invite kids to come on stage and take part in the fun. Tickets are $5 at the door for the show, which starts at 10:30am. If you miss it then, they'll be back on February 10 for another round of kid-friendly fun.
The Rose Villa Performing Arts Center in Portland is busy as well with a pair of shows happening in December and January. First, get in the Christmas spirit as the New Century Players present It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play December 8-23. Performances are on Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2pm. The players will then be staging a performance of Infinite Black Suitcase January 26-28. Click the website for ticket and time information.
There will be even more fantastic stage performances throughout the year, so be sure to keep coming back to Mt. Hood Territory's events page to book out your plans for the year. See you on stage!