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Take to the Theater in Mt. Hood Territory

Molly Johnson | 03/26/2019 | Arts

I love a good dinner and a movie date night, but it's also nice to mix things up and catch a live show! The theater scene in Mt. Hood Territory is really taking off, and the offerings are so diverse, you are sure to find a show that piques your group's interest. This spring and summer are sure to have some amazing days, but on one of the rainy ones, why not grab a friend (or several), share some cocktails and a meal and take in a play at one of our local theaters?

Lakewood Center for the Arts -

March 1 - April 7: Taking Steps - A comedy played out in a three-story brothel house that's believed to be haunted, with six quirky characters trying to inhabit the same space. 

April 26 - June 9 - Singin' in the Rain - This classic story highlights the silent film era while following two characters who have to transition from staring in silent films to talking pictures and the trials they encountered to keep their careers while keeping up with the changing times. 

Nutz-n-Boltz Theater Company

May 17 - June 2: Agnes of God - This drama stirs conversation questioning religions, belief, science and what it really means to be kind. A childlike nun with an angelic voice has a reluctance to the Mother Superior and a psychiatrist enlisted to untangle the mystery in her head. 

New Century Players Community Theater

June 7  - June 23: Gin Game - Two residents of a nursing home discover they both have a love for the game gin rummy. They begin to play together and tell the stories of their lives throughout the game, revealing their storied pasts. 

Clackamas Repertory Theatre -

June 27 - July 21: Ken Ludwig's, Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood - The northwest premiere of this rendition of the classic tale. Robin Hood is known for his will to save his country from an evil throne through his generous heart and leadership. He and other vigilantes fight for the rights of Sherwood Forest's citizens in this crazy fun comedy. 

Check the nearby dining options before you go or secure a sitter and make a full night of it by staying at a great hotel.

Molly Johnson grew up in Mt. Hood Territory and loves getting to write content inspiring others to visit her beloved home. She is currently generating content for mthoodterritory.com and for the #omht Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest channels. 

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