Mark Spencer Hotel
409 SW 11th Ave
Portland, OR, 97205, USA
  • Two (2) Tickets
  • Accommodations
  • Parking Included
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Afternoon Tea & Cookies


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Packages with tickets to a show are based on double occupancy, charged in full at time of reservation and are subject to a 50% non-refundable fee, and 100% fee if cancelled within 48 hours prior to arrival.



Upcoming Performances

The Monster-Builder - Alder Stage
Jan 28 - Mar 2
Written by Amy Freed
Directed by Art Manke
World Premiere
A maniacal scheme of fantastical proportions lurks deep inside world-renowned mega-architect Gregor Zubrowski’s post-modern steel and glass structures. His commanding presence and curious creative process both titillate and manipulate design professionals and patrons alike into submission. After he casually steals a career-making project, two fledgling architects dare to challenge this monster-builder at his own game. Expect the unexpected from this absurdly funny, wickedly smart new comedy.
• Pulitzer Finalist nationally renowned playwright • A hit at the Pacific Playwrights Festival

The Motherf**ker With the Hat - Morrison Stage
Feb 25 - Mar 30
Written by Stephen Adly Guirgis
Directed by Kevin Jones
Northwest Premiere
Recovering addict Jackie, fresh out of jail, is determined to get straight and settle down in NYC with the support of his girl Veronica, his AA sponsor Ralph D, and his loyal cousin Julio until … he finds a hat that isn’t his own left conspicuously behind in his bedroom. His quest to track down the motherf**ker with the hat threatens to put him right back where he started. Take a breakneck ride with this poetically profane, kick in the karmic cojones that becomes a raw, touching and thoroughly hilarious dive into the quest for transformation. • Tony-nominated Broadway and regional theatre sensation

The Quality of Life  **Replaces The Invisible Hand** 
April 8, 2014 - May 11
Written by Jane Anderson
Directed By Allen Nause
It turns out that true love knows no bounds, family roots run true and there are a few things red wine and a bong hit won’t fix. Jeanette and Neil live off the land in a yurt on the site of their Northern California home, recently destroyed by a massive fire. Neil is dying. Jeannette’s long-lost cousin and her husband are coming from the Midwest for a visit after losing their daughter. In a love story and comedic drama that plumbs societal, religious and ethical divides, the couples explore their respective life perspectives with finesse, humor, honesty and respect. 
• Winner 2007 Ted Schmitt Award for the world premiere of an Outstanding New Play
• 2008 Ovation Award for Best New Play Winner

The Playboy of the Western World - Morrison Stage
May 20 - June 22
Written by J.M. Synge
Directed by Dámaso Rodriguez
Rare Revival
Truth, fiction or wishful thinkin’… you decide. On the run and reinventing himself along the way, a young stranger arrives in a remote Irish village with a dark secret begging to be told. Gossip and outrageous speculation stir up passions when this fine teller of tall tales turns winner of women and sport, and bumbles his way into romance and celebrity. In a rare revival of the explosively funny Irish classic that caused riots after its 1907 Dublin debut, this farcical, lilting masterpiece takes the stage by storm and unleashes a peculiar poetic justice.

• “One of the most significant plays of the 20th Century.” - National Theater Platform