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.
Murder For Two
This musical whodunit introduces a slew of outrageous party guests who are all suspects in a murder investigation. Some sexual references and mild profanity ensue. This production contains the use of artificial cigarettes and gunshot sound effects. Murder For Two is suitable for most patrons ages 13 and over.
Always... Patsy Cline
Always…Patsy Cline is suitable for most theatergoers. Includes mild language and references to alcohol and cigarette use. Prop cigarettes are used on stage.
The plot revolves around 20-year-old Sophie about to be married and trying to figure out which of three men that may be her father should walk her down the aisle. Includes mild language, alcohol use, and sexual innuendo and situations. Mamma Mia! is suitable for most patrons ages 13 and over.
Guys and Dolls
This romantic musical comedy is suitable for most audiences. The plot involves illegal gambling and includes alcohol and cigarette use, a gun and some mild violence, and scantily clad showgirls.
Ordinary Days is suitable for most theatregoers over the age of 13. The show contains strong profanity.
A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol
A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol is suitable for most theatergoers. The radio show includes several gunshot sound effects, references to alcohol, and an on-air radio ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes. Some of the skits include double-entendres.