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Keller Auditorium, Portland

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I've seen plays from West Side Story to concerts from Seal to Blondie. Not a bad seat in the house! Nice lobby to stand up and take a break and grab a beverage and always in top shape as a venue.  more »
  • Great place to see a show! I saw a concert here and it was great! Up close and personal. Auditorium has a nice set up  more »
  • Love this place went to see a lot of performances over the years and always found this place very cozy and special  more »
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  • I saw a musical here and a speaker series here. The venue itself is nice, with nice bathrooms (never enough women's bathrooms though, am I right?!). I really wish they had better food and drink options (like not just candy, cookies, or pretzels). The general public of Portland would be eager to have healthier, heartier options, I think. Otherwise, great auditorium! Everyone who works there is really helpful and friendly!
  • I saw Jethro Tull: The Rock Opera here some weeks ago. The show was magnificent, but this review is about the auditorium. I found the layout a bit confusing, and the event staff weren't especially helpful (my party had to ask three different people where our seating area was). The seating is arranged on a very steep slope that is difficult to get up and down if you've recently suffered any ankle injuries, and getting in and out of the seating row stands a chance of causing said injuries if you're not paying attention. Architecturally, though, the Keller is especially attractive, and the acoustics and stage accommodations are just fine for a good rock opera. I just wasn't too keen about the experience off the stage...especially the locations of the bathrooms, difficult to find, let alone reach, with all the crowds.
  • For being in the city that it's in, it has done a good job with accessibility. Great seats for the great show I watched, Daniel Tiger. Great and helpful staff as well. Bathrooms are a little different but not bad. Overall a good place to see the shows you are looking to see.
  • This a nicely designed theater. I have been here several times and have had seats in different areas every time; I don't recall ever having a hard time seeing the stage besides one time when an unusually tall long-torsoed man was sitting directly in front. I have enjoyed each outing and look forward to seeing more shows!!!! I do wish they had an easier-to-navigate website as I sometimes get lost trying to figure out what shows may be coming up.
  • I went and saw The Lion King recently and I LOVED the show. This review has nothing to do with the show. I have been coming to the Keller Auditorium since I was a child, I've lived in Oregon my whole life and I believe the first show I ever saw there was "Cats". Since then I have seen numerous musicals and shows at the Keller. Anyways, never in all the years I have attended were my seats so uncomfortable. I don't know what it was, but they were hard and piercing. They were absolutely tiny as well. My mom was very uncomfortable too. I deal with chronic back issues, and the seats were so bad they put me out for the rest of the night and the day afterwards. What happened? Did they add newer cheaper seating? My mom commented as well she didn't remember the seats being that horrid. Also, the lady who handed us our program was a bit rude and wouldn't give me my program. My mom had to go back and ask for one for me. Not sure what's going on maybe the Keller Auditorium only cares about money now and now about how people's experience is.