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Portland Classical Chinese Garden

 (10 Ratings)

Worldy beauty

Stumbling upon this huge, gorgeous garden takes many by surprise, but the Chinese Garden is a must-see in Portland....

Old Town/ Chinatown · 239 NW Everett St, Portland


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Artists Repertory Theatre

 (11 Ratings)

Vibrant live theater for smart audiences

Specializing in contemporary works, with some classics thrown in here and there for good measure, ART is Portland's...

Southwest Portland · 1515 SW Morrison St, Portland


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Imago

 (4 Ratings)

"A mastery of mime, dance and acrobats."

Peaked your interest yet? Imago turns theatre on its head with their far-out concepts and grand movements.

Southeast Portland · 17 SE 8th Ave, Portland


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The Echo Do Jump Theatre

 (4 Ratings)

Get some height

Theatre, dance, acrobatics, visual art and live music all come together for live shows that will make your jaw drop. No...

Southeast Portland · 1515 SE 37th Ave, Portland


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