We are opening up little by little over the coming weeks and months. Please do your part to keep us all safe, so wear a mask and socially distance when in public and GET YOUR VACCINE. Everyone over the age of 16 is now eligible in Oregon.
First up, LET'S DO THE TIME WARP AGAIN!!!!
THE CLINTON STREET CABARET IS RETURNING ON JUNE 19TH!!
CHECK THEM OUT ON THE 1st, 3rd, and 5th SATURDAYS OF THE MONTH!!!
ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW @ the historic Clinton Street Theater has BIY SHOWS on the 2nd and 4th weekends for a maximum of 100 PEOPLE. You need to purchase your ticket in advance, and, like the bars and restaurants in our state, we are required to close by 12am. This means we still have Rocky Horror at midnight, only it's GVT (Greenwich Village Time). Doors at 8pm, pre-show at 8:30pm, and the movie begins at 9pm.
Emcee Nathan is your host for the preshow, and each week we have a very special burlesque performance!
Our food concessions have always consisted of only popcorn and candy, so, you are welcome to bring your own snacks and theater-approved props. Please remember that we're short staffed, and don't throw enough rice on the floor, as my mother would say, to feed an army.
Dress up!!! Wear a costume!!! Don't be shy; LET YOUR FREAK FLAG FLY!!!!
Coming up this week.....
Clinton St. Theater presents
Friday, June 18 @ 7pm
Saturday, June 19 @ 4pm
Sunday, June 20 @ 7pm
Monday, June 21 @ 7pm
Tuesday, June 22 @ 7pm
Wednesday, June 23 @ 7pm
Thursday, June 24 @ 7pm
If you can't come to the theater in person, and you want to make sure we survive, you can support us in a few different ways:
Dan responded to the Covid crisis by creating a mind-bending performance of eye-popping online magic called SHAZOOM! It’s up close and personal, and it beams from Dan’s Magic Parlor directly into your home, office or school. Interested? Just say the magic word—SHAZOOM!—and contact Dan. The virtual party runs approximately an hour.
Watch the CST CoVideothon Channel
Watch a film at home and part of the proceeds benefit the Clinton.
We live in unprecedented times.
With COVID-19 wreaking havoc across the world and disproportionately affecting people of color, federal relief failing to reach the most vulnerable businesses and national outrage over systemic racism and police brutality, Black owned businesses in Portland are hurting. These businesses are part of what makes Portland great and your support is more important now than ever.
“The world is before you and you need not take it or leave it as it was when you came in.”
— James Baldwin, “Nobody Knows My Name”