In Portland5’s spacious Keller Auditorium, audiences have enjoyed Broadway productions, ballet, operas, family events and much more. The Keller (originally known as the Civic Auditorium) was built in 1917. It was completely renovated in 1968. Throughout the years, it has been the ‘workhorse’ theater for the city of Portland, hosting many performing arts events each year. The building is home to the Portland Opera and Oregon Ballet Theatre. It also hosts many national acts and traveling Broadway shows.
- Selects this section on the seating chart: Orchestra,
- Selects this section on the seating chart: Boxes,
- Selects this section on the seating chart: First Balcony,
- Selects this section on the seating chart: Second Balcony,
- Selects this section on the seating chart: Accessible Seating,
Portland5’s Center’s for the Arts provides the following services in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
ADA restrooms are available at all Portland5’s facilities.
Assisted listening devices: Induction loops and headsets available for patrons with a hearing impairment, and may be checked out with ID at the coat checkroom for the performance.
-Wheelchair accessible seating: Portland5’s reserves accessible seating for patrons using wheelchairs and their companion(s).
-Ample seating: Portland5’s provides ample chairs for patrons requesting such.
-Portland5’s reserves seating for patrons with interpretive signer requests. Requests from patrons are forwarded to the presenter for ADA compliance.