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Tickets will also be Sold at Door
Friday, June 11 - 7:30 PM
Saturday, June 12 - 7:30 PM
Friday, June 18 - 7:30 PM
Saturday, June 19 - 7:30 PM
Friday, June 25 - 7:30 PM
Saturday, June 26 - 7:30 PM
IF YOU ARE VACCINATED YOU DON'T NEED A MASK,
BUT IF YOU ARE UNVACCINATED WE STRONGLY ENCOURAGE A MASK.
Friday, June 18, The role of Annette
will be played by Molly Frantzen
Saturday, June 19, The role of Michael
will be played by Logan Merrithew
God of Carnage Ticketing Information
For God of Carnage, all Tickets are $20 General Admission.
Our theater holds 350+ seats. For God of Carnage, since it's our first show since the Pandemic began, we are only selling 72 seats per show in pods of two for the safety of our cast, crew, patrons and volunteers.
If you are a single purchaser, please purchase one of the two side by side seats, or both seats if you want to be extra sure not to have someone purchase the seat beside you. Also, if you are a single purchaser, please do not purchase a single seat that you see alone. Purchase one of the seats in a pod of two.
If you are a party of more than two, you will need to break your party up. Thank you for your understanding.
The box office will be staffed before each show, so we may be able to move seats around if needed.
PLEASE NOTE THIS SHOW IS NOT APPROPRIATE FOR CHILDREN!
The Portland Players stands with the people of color in our community in condemning acts of racism, hate, and prejudice.
We strive to be a place of safety and love for all of our community members and we pledge to examine our current practices to see how we can better serve and support our entire community.
We know there is a lot of work to be done, but it starts with a simple truth:
Black Lives Matter.