Clackamas Repertory Theatre Returns After 18-Month Hiatus with Outdoor Performances of Popcorn Falls
OREGON CITY, Ore. — June 25, 2021— Clackamas Repertory Theatre returns for its 17th season with Popcorn Falls, a two-man farce by James Hindman. Performances will take place outdoors at the John Hakanson Amphitheatre on the Clackamas Community College (CCC) campus, Thurs. through Sun., July 15 – August 15. General admission tickets are $30 and may be purchased at www.ClackamasRep.org or by calling 503-594-6047.
Directed by David Smith-English and featuring Mark Schwahn and Tom Walton, Clackamas Rep’s performances of Popcorn Falls will take place in the wonderful John Hakanson Amphitheatre, located in the Environmental Learning Center (ELC) just a quarter mile from the Osterman Theatre on the CCC campus. It’s a unique opportunity to enjoy this zany comedy in the beauty of nature.
There is plenty of parking, but seating and restrooms are limited. The ELC is ADA compliant. John Hakanson Amphitheatre has four rows of seats on a slight rise and no stairs.
*Clackamas Rep has made a few changes to keep patrons safe. There will be no concessions. Masks are required for attendees, and all staff, crew, artists and volunteers are fully vaccinated.*
Performances are Thursday-Sunday at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets are $30 for general admission (no reserved seating) and are available online at www.clackamasrep.org or by calling the box office at 503-594-6047 between 1 and 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Tickets are limited to 60 per performance and will not be available for purchase at the door. The show runs approximately 90 minutes.
Friday performances, “Fundraiser Fridays,” will include a brief, pre-show fundraiser as an opportunity to help secure the future of Clackamas Rep. Friday patrons will be treated to a special Sound of Music preview (summer 2022) immediately after the show and will have a chance to win a prize.
About Clackamas Repertory Theatre
Clackamas Repertory Theatre (www.ClackamasRep.org) is a professional theatre company in Oregon City, Ore. Founded in 2004. CRT offers high-quality, financially accessible productions for the citizens of Clackamas County and beyond, prepares current and former Clackamas Community College students for a career in theatre, and gives Clackamas County youth the chance to experience theatre first-hand through summer jobs and classes at the college. For more information: