Performing Arts Programs In Portland, OR
We found 32 Providers
Bridgetown Conservatory of Musical Theatre offers professional training for middle and high school students SERIOUS about MUSICAL THEATRE. Classes include training in Voice, Acting & Dance, all taught by Broadway and NYC theatre professionals.
Experience integrated arts at beautiful Browns Ferry Park! For six weeks each summer, children explore theatre, music, dance, multicultural arts and crafts, writing, ceramics, basketry, weaving, photography, filmmaking, nature studies, and more.
Founded in 2004, NW Dance Project is one of the top contemporary dance companies in the world. We hold four Portland shows annually and offer great dance classes and programs for adults and youth seven days a week in our beautiful studios.
Northwest Youth Theatre is an Oregon Not-for-Profit 501(c)3 Corporation. Its purpose is to provide education and experience in the performing arts to children regardless of their past experience or training
Journey Theater Arts Group's primary programming is classes, camps and shows for kids ages 6 - 18. In addition, we offer summer shows for people of all ages to be cast and crew.
Portland Metro Arts is a nonprofit arts education and performance center serving the diverse community of Portland's east side.
The Circus Project is a non-profit circus school dedicated to transforming lives through the circus arts. We offer classes in aerial, theatre and acrobatics for all ages from two through adults, and for all abilities.
Portland Dance Center has classes for students aged 3 and up in many styles: ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, modern, lyrical, acro, musical theatre, and breakdance
STAGES is a theatre arts company for youth ages 6-21. STAGES helps children and young adults find their creative voice through performing and/or the technical aspect of theatre.
Oregon Children’s Theatre creates exceptional theater experiences that transform lives. We believe theater and storytelling can educate, empower, inspire, and entertain in remarkable ways.
To educate, entertain and enrich the lives of young audiences.
West Linn Drama Camp is a week long afternoon camp for children grades 1 through 8. The sessions are held outside with time on a trampoline and tree swings, and the performances are held in a barn converted theater on the property.
Aladdin Theater is a theater in the Brooklyn neighborhood of southeast Portland, Oregon. It originally opened as a vaudeville house called Geller's Theatre on December 25, 1927.
Moxie Dance Theatre offers one week Summer camps such as Angelina Ballerina, Tiny Tutus, Dance Jam, and a Peter Pan Boys Camp for ages 3-5 years.
Circus Cascadia has been hosting classes and camps in portland for 12 yrs. A specialized blend of arts and physical education, our committed instructors guide participants through skill development, building self-confidence, stamina, and smiles!
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Since 1984, June Taylor’s School of Dance has been dedicated to providing excellent dance training to students of all ages and technical backgrounds.
The Alberta Abbey is a new creative space and performance/event venue in NE Portland. It houses a collection of collaborating artists and creatives and is the
Spotlight Musical Theatre Academy enriches the lives of children on stage and off. We offer musical theatre training to children ages 4-18.
VOXnorthwest is an award winning Voice Studio in Portland, Oregon.
The Brunish Theatre inside Antoinette Hatfield Hall is the perfect space for meetings, dinners, conferences, weddings, and performances.
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