Portland Performing Arts

Art galleries and studios have spread throughout the city, infusing many abandoned, yet beautiful, old buildings and shops with new life. Many are concentrated along the Congress Street downtown corridor; others are hidden amid the boutiques and restaurants of the Old Port and the East End. A great way to get acquainted with the city's artists is to participate in the First Friday Art Walk, a free

self-guided tour of galleries, museums, and alternative-art venues that happens—you guessed it—on the first Friday of each month.

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Mayo Street Arts

An alternative arts venue for the innovative and up-and-coming, Mayo Street Arts often features intimate concerts, contemporary exhibitions...

Merrill Auditorium

This soaring concert hall hosts numerous theatrical and musical events, including performances by the Portland Symphony Orchestra and...

Portland Stage

This company mounts theatrical productions on its two stages September–May. ...

Space Gallery

Space Gallery sparkles as a contemporary art gallery and alternative arts venue, opening its doors to everything from poetry readings...

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