You are in the right location. No matter the night, you are bound to find some entertainment within steps of the hotel.
One of the last surviving theater venues on Broadway, the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall keeps the tradition of hosting prolific performances alive in this historic part of Portland.
The building that now houses what locals lovingly call “The Schnitz” was originally the Portland Publix Theatre, built in 1928, and later renamed the Paramount Theatre.
The Concert Hall plays host to a variety of presentations including classical, jazz, pop, rock, folk and gospel music, dance, theatre, travel films, conferences, and weddings.
Located inside of the Antoinette Hatfield Hall and across from The Schnitz, this intimate 880-seat theater was designed to emulate the Edwardian-style theaters of Europe.
It is one of the most intimate theatrical experiences you'll ever encounter - no seat is farther than 65 feet from the stage.
Dedicated to Excellence in Dance, White Bird is committed to bringing the best Portland-based, regional, national, and international dance companies to Portland, Oregon and to fostering the growth of dance in the region through presenting established and emerging companies and choreographers, commissioning and co-commissioning new works.
Any evening at the historic Crystal Ballroom is literally a multi-tiered experience.
The Crystal, Lola's, Ringlers and the Annex are delighted to host a steady stream of unbeatable shows.
The Star Theater, formerly known as Princess Theatre and several other names, is a historic former silent film theater as well as a burlesque theater and an adult movie theater. It was renovated and reopened as a concert and entertaiment venue in 2011.
Roseland Theater features a large stage, arena-level production, and superb acoustics and sightlines. Along with concerts it has been the site of live recordings by Little Feat, Foghat, Prince, and Bob Weir & Ratdog to name a few.
Portland Center Stage inspires our community by bringing stories to life in unexpected ways. Founded in 1988, PCS is the city’s leading professional theater and one of the top 20 largest regional theater companies in the U.S. PCS attracts more than 150,000 theatergoers annually with its blend of classical, contemporary and premiere works, along with its summer playwrights festival, JAW.
Located across from the hotel this theater complex with multiple screens features new release indie films, plush seating & concession stand.