After a couple of years of theater performances being paused or going online, local actors are back at it again putting on some entertaining plays and musicals at theaters throughout Mt. Hood Territory.
As the oldest continuously operating theater company in the area, the Lakewood Center for the Arts is celebrating their 70th season in 2022/23. Offering a full season of plays, art and dance classes and a remodeled community room that can accommodate 50-225 guests, it's a stand out in Lake Oswego. Their schedule for 2022 and 2023 includes Doubt and Something Rotten. Check their website for the up-to-date show calendar.
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Each year they host at least five theater productions in the Boring-Damascus Grange Hall, as well as offering acting lessons and summer camps for kids. Plus their motto of "from the ground up" stage performing is one not to miss.
Part of the Clackamas Community College Foundation, this theater offers former and current students a place to gain professional experience while putting on fantastic shows for the audience.
Bonus, they offer very affordable ticket prices and free parking. Their 2022 season included The Sound Of Music and the Desperate Measures.
Unfortunately New Century Players Community Theater is still struggling with the effects of COVID and being able to present their productions in a safe manner. Keeping the outlook that they will at some point be returning to the stage, they have been working on the season's lineup and will share that information as soon as it is finalized. Their mission is to build community and opportunities for artistic expression through their lives performances. You can catch a myriad of plays at the Rose Villa Performing Arts Center in Milwaukie throughout the year.