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Ensemble on stage at Lakewood Theatre Company in Lake Oswego
Molly Johnson | 01/08/2020 | Arts

Take To The Theater In Mt. Hood Territory 2020

Looking down on a full house audience with programs in hand waiting for performance to begin at Clackamas Repertory Theatre

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. When you visit, 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 -

As the oldest continuously operating theater company in the area their tenure speaks volumes. 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

Related Content: The Story Behind - Andrew Edwards and the Lakewood Center for the Arts

Nutz-n-Boltz Theater Company

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.

New Century Players Community Theater

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. 

Clackamas Repertory Theatre -

Part of the Clackamas Community College Foundation this theatre offers former and current students a place to gain professional experience while putting on a fantastic show for the audience. Bonus, they offer very affordable ticket prices and free parking! 

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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