Our outdoor parking lot and garage are now operated by City Center Parking. Those with parking passes must display the pass when arriving for scheduled performances. If you would like to park in our lot during your performance and do not have a parking pass, you may pay at the Pay Station in the parking lot. Please note that parking availability is on a first come, first serve basis for both patrons and the public, and may fill prior to curtain time.
Directions by Auto
You?ll find Artist Repertory Theatre in the bright red-striped building on the downtown block bordered by SW Morrison, Alder, 15th, and 16th Streets.
The entrance to our Box Office, Morrison Stage, and Administrative offices is at 1515 SW Morrison.
The entrance to our Alder Stage is at 1516 SW Alder.**
Take Morrison west, turn right on 16th and then right on Alder.
From the North
Take I-5 South to I-405 South. Exit at Couch/Burnside. At the exit, continue straight and cross Burnside on 15th St. Turn right on Morrison, right on 16th and right on Alder.
From the South
Take I-5 North to I-405 North. Exit at Salmon St. From the exit follow the signs to 14th St. Turn left on Morrison, right on 16th and right on Alder.
From the West (via Highway 26, Sunset Highway)
Exit Highway 26 at the Stadium exit. Turn left at 18th St, then right at Alder.
Via Barnes Road and Burnside
Take Barnes Rd. to Burnside. At the intersection of Burnside and 18th, bear right onto Alder.
Directions by Public Transport
The #15 bus stops right in front our main entrance and Morrison Stage at SW 16th and SW Morrison. The #20 bus stops two blocks away on W. Burnside and SW 19th.
The MAX (Red Line and Blue Line) stops two blocks away at the PGE Park Station SW 18th and SW Morrison.
By E.M. Lewis Directed by Dámaso Rodríguez January 20 - February 18 Morrison Stage In 1986, scientists and engineers from around the world converge at the South Pole Research Station to figure out, among other things, if there really is a hole in the sky. In the darkest, coldest, most dangerous place on Earth, eight imperfect souls are trapped together. Utterly isolated from the outside world for eight and a half months, this research team must face life or death challenges, their own inner demons and depend upon each other for survival. With epic scope in the tradition of The Kentucky Cycle or Angels in America, this play takes its inspiration from the true story of the discovery of the hole in the ozone layer at the height of the Cold War. Part historical adventure, love story and mystical foray into the unknown, it's about a world that can either tear apart or come together for its own survival. It's a vital story for today and an extraordinary excursion for audiences to the ends of the Earth. Play includes five parts. Three 10-minute intermissions and one 25-minute dinner break. Runtime is approximately 6 hours. Dinner Break meals purchased separately through the Artists Rep box office. Must order at least four days in advance CLICK HERE to order your meal. (http://artistsrep.org/assets/Uploads/Magellanica-Food-Order-Form.pdf) PART OF FERTILE GROUND FESTIVAL OF NEW WORK 2018