We want to empower you to make choices suitable for you and your family. The following information is meant to assist you in determining the appropriateness of a show for you and your family.
Note: Children under six years of age, including babes in arms, are not admitted to mainstage productions.
Scripts for all of our productions are available to read at our offices. To make arrangements to read a script or for further information on content advisories, please call the box office at 503.620.5262.
2019 Season Content Advisories
Nunsense is suitable for most audiences. The show contains religious humor and some mild profanity. A nun accidentally gets intoxicated on an unknown drug.
A Grand Night for Singing
This music revue is suitable for most audiences.
Into the Woods
Into the Woods is suitable for most theatregoers over the age of 13. The show contains mature themes including familial abuse, violence, death, and infidelity. Haze/fog and loud sound effects are used in the production.
Footloose is suitable for most theatregoers over the age of 13. Some sexual references and mild profanity ensue. Includes domestic violence and alcohol use.
The show contains frequent use of strong profanity, mature content, and alcohol use. One musical number in Act II features a sudden, brief interval of loud drumming. The film from which this show is adapted is rated R. View our sensory advisories here (PDF.)
It Happened One Christmas
This holiday revue is suitable for most audiences.
2020 Season Content Advisories
Up and Away
Up and Away is suitable for most audiences. The show contains mild language.
This music revue is suitable for most audiences. There are a few sexually suggestive lyrics and one song is about drugs.
Crazy for You
Crazy for You is suitable for most audiences. There is one song with sexually suggestive lyrics.
The Wedding Singer
The Wedding Singer is suitable for most theatregoers over the age of 13. The show contains strong profanity, mild violence, sexual content, and substance use.
Loch Lomond is suitable for most theatregoers over the age of 13. The show contains mild profanity and topics of war, sacrifice, miscarriage, and death.
A Christmas Carol – The Musical
This holiday musical is suitable for most audiences.