Stumptown Stages is following Governor Brown's "Stay Home, Save Lives" Order. Please Click Here for more information. Be Safe! Be Healthy!

Stumptown Stages Announces 2020-21 Musical Season!


Season Subscriptions Now On Sale


Join is for our 2020-21 Season at the Winningstad Theatre

at Portland'5 Centers for the Arts' Antoinette Hatfield Hall, 1111 SW Broadway, Portland

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Upcoming Events & Opportunities

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Stumptown Stages’ Young Artist Program

This online program is patterned after the Villagers Theatre Mini Musicals and Paper-Mill Conservatory. Young artists will explore the many facets of theatre - acting, music, dance and musical-theatre production. Artists will study proper stage etiquette, technique and develop a basic understanding of the theatre as a creative collaboration both on stage and off. The 4-week program is designed to enhance performance skills, while instilling the technique, discipline and professionalism.

AUGUST 3rd - August 26th, 2020

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A fundraiser gala dinner & auction featuring live music from the 1970's!

When: Sunday, November 15th, 2020 5:30pm 

Where: Oswego Lake Country Club

20 Iron Mountain Blvd, Lake Oswego 

Put on your fancy disco clothes, and join us for a sit down dinner with entertainment featuring live music from the 1970's, as well as silent & live auctions. 

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News & Announcements

Stumptown Stages' productions take place in the Winningstad Theatre at Portland'5 Centers for the Arts' Antoinette Hatfield Hall,

1111 SW Broadway, Portland, Oregon. 

Stumptown Stages Gift Shop

Stumptown Stages now has an online gift shop! Purchasing Stumptown Stages merchandise for yourself or your theatre-loving friends and family is a great way to show your love and give support to the performing arts in Portland!


We offer Stumptown Stages branded items as well as products for Stumptown Stages' original holiday musical adaptation of It's A Wonderful Life!


Visit, to view items and purchase. Just another way to support Stumptown Stages!


A message from

Producing Artistic Director

Kirk Mouser

To Our Stumptown Stages' Family,


I hope you are staying safe and healthy during this prolonged intermission! We miss sharing our humanity, connection, and personal artistry with our patrons, fellow artists, and students! We will survive these challenging times together and I look forward to raising the curtain on Act II!


In the meanwhile, we have some wonderful announcements to share with you! Stumptown Stages held its online season auditions. Over 200 wonderful artists auditioned for us! Artists were ask to perform a song and learn a jazz and tap routine (provided through an online instructional link that featured Stumptown's "The Full Monty" choreographer Jeff George)!


We are also gearing up for an exciting online education program for young artists taught by Broadway veterans James Charles and Christopher George Patterson.


Caption #1: Tony Rivera, James Charles at Cohoes Music Hall, NY

Caption #2: Kyle Garvin, Andre De Shields, Christopher George Patterson at "The Wild Party" Opening Night


We look forward to entertaining you again! Please know that you are in our thoughts and please stay safe and stay healthy!!


All the best,

Kirk Mouser


Seeking Donated Space!!!

Stumptown Stages is looking for a donated storage shed/garage/empty warehouse space to store our costumes/props/technical equipment. If you or someone you know might be able to support us (we will even throw in your annual Halloween outfits!!!).


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Thank you!

© 2019 Stumptown Stages. Stumptown Stages, Portland's own professional musical theatre company, is a not-for-profit 501 (c)-3.

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