Troilus and Cressida in Lone Fir Cemetery Closing Weekend

Troilus and Cressida closes Saturday, July 29. Be sure to see it as never before, in the heart of Portland, Oregon’s Lone Fir Cemetery. This will be PAE’s first production of this play. Patrick Walsh directs.

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Runs Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7 PM, July 7th through July 29th. Visit the performance schedule below, RSVP, and put it in your calendar today.

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The Winter's Tale opens Friday, July 28 at Concordia University

The Winter’s Tale continues our 48th consecutive season of free summer Shakespeare. Kristin Heller directs.

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Opening Weekend at Concordia University:
Friday, July 28, 7 PM
Saturday, July 29, 7 PM
Sunday July 30, 6 PM

Runs July 28th through Labor Day at various locations and times. Visit the performance schedule below, RSVP, and put it in your calendar today.

Photo by Gary Norman

Performance Schedule

Order a pre-made picnic for Troilus and Cressida

When you pre-order a delicious picnic or snack, you can pick it up at the cemetery before the show, and a portion of the cost goes to support PAE programs.

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