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We went to this theater to see "Nunsense". The play is silly (which it is supposed to be) and thus funny. It is nice to go to a production that doesn't take itself too seriously (have enough of that in real life). The seats we...More
Would agree with tshep42, We saw “Nunsense” and while I didn’t think much of the play (too much singing and a very thin plot.)The actors were very good. I have experienced far better sets and sound systems in local armature productions. The theatre itself is...More
We saw “Nunsense” and while I didn’t think much of the play (too much singing and a very thin plot. Folks around me were laughing but I found it just silly and dated), the theatre itself is very nice.
It is smallish, but comfortable. There...More
We recently experienced a production at the Portland Stage Company on Forest Avenue in Portland, Maine for the first time. It was a really nice experience. We saw a production of Nunsense that was professionally done and thoroughly enjoyable. The theater itself is decent sized...More
This is a lovely little theater in downtown Portland. We saw Nunsense recently and thoroughly enjoyed the production! There is not a bad seat in the house! The chairs are comfortable with enough leg room. Warning! There are a lot of stairs to climb, but...More
We have visited this theater three times recently with all productions excellent. There is literally not a bad seat in the house and even from the back you can see and hear everything. Parking garage across the street and many restaurants within walking distance make...More
We don't frequent Portland Stage very often, but the minute the ad came out for "All Night Strutt" I knew it was one not to be missed and I was right! This intimate theater was the perfect venue for the 2- hour show of fast-paced...More
Came into town to catch a matinee performance of Disgraced. I was pleasantly surprised at how raw and powerful that show was/is! Broadway quality actors and crew/tech, but the seasons looked filled with fresh new plays looking for a chance at the stage. This is...More