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Portland Opera

BRETT CAMPBELL
7:30 pm Friday, May 10; Thursday, May 16; and Saturday, May 18. 2 pm Sunday, May 12., Saturday May 18 | $25-$138.
Keller Auditorium
222 SW Clay St.
 
Verdi’s last opera, Falstaff, pungently portrays one of Shakespeare’s—and literature’s—most colorful comic characters. Eduardo Chama returns to the immensely vain title role from PO’s last (1991) production, and this one,  directed by Christopher Mattaliano and conducted by George Manahan, also features a splendid cast including rising stars Nicholas Phan and Angela Niederloh.  




Where: Keller Auditorium
Phone: 241-1802
Address: 222 SW Clay St.

 
 
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Guys and Dolls

Tuesday, Mar 10, 2015

Gambling gangsters and repenting sinners take over the Keller with song in this traveling Broadway production of Frank Loesser’s Tony Award-winning musical. Love or craps—it’s all a game.

7:30 pm Tuesday-Friday 2 pm and 7:30 pm Saturday 1 pm and 6:30 pm Sunday March 10-15 | $36 and up
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