Plan Your Visit

Make the most of your evening.

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You’ll find Artist Repertory Theatre in the bright red-striped building taking up a city block bordered by SW Morrison and SW Alder, and SW 15th and SW 16th. If you are in the vicinity, you can't miss us.

The entrance to our Box Office, the Morrison Stage and Administrative offices is at 1515 SW Morrison.

The entrance to our Alder Stage is at 1516 SW Alder, on the opposite side of the building. That entrance is open to the public one hour prior to performances only.

Public Transportation 

The #15 bus stops right in front our main entrance and Morrison Stage at SW 16th and SW Morrison. The #20 bus stops two blocks away on W. Burnside and SW 19th.

The MAX (Red Line and Blue Line) stops two blocks away at the Providence Park Station SW 18th and SW Morrison.

Plan your trip with Portland public transportation system, Tri-Met.

Our building is near Providence Park where there are often sporting events that make our neighborhood busy. Check out the events schedule at Providence Park before you come and plan accordingly.

Driving Directions

From Downtown
Take Morrison west, turn right on 16th and then right on Alder.

From the North
Take I-5 South to I-405 South. Exit at Couch/Burnside. At the exit, continue straight and cross Burnside on 15th St. Turn right on Morrison, right on 16th and right on Alder.

From the South
Take I-5 North to I-405 North. Exit at Salmon St. From the exit follow the signs to 14th St. Turn left on Morrison, right on 16th and right on Alder.

From the West (via Highway 26, Sunset Highway)
Exit Highway 26 at the Stadium exit. Turn left at 18th St, then right at Alder.

Via Barnes Road and Burnside
Take Barnes Rd. to Burnside. At the intersection of Burnside and 18th, bear right onto Alder.

Click here for helpful information about parking in our neighborhood.


For Our Out-of-Town Guests

Visit the website for all your visitor information.

For more information on all things related to the Portland arts scene, click here to check out Oregon Arts Watch.