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Tickets can be purchased by check, cash, or credit card; a modest handling fee is assessed for all advance purchases. All sales are final, however reservations may be canceled up to 24 hours prior to the event. We will re-schedule your attendance for the current play or, if that's not possible, provide you with a gift certificate of equal value for an upcoming production.

In person: Our Box Office is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday at Miracle's administrative offices located at 425 SE 6th Ave., as well as one hour prior to each performance in the lobby of the theatre at 525 SE Stark St.

By phone: Tickets may also be purchased by calling 503-236-7253 during business hours.

Online: Tickets may be purchased any time online from our Web site.

All Portland performances are at the Milagro Theatre 525 SE Stark St., Portland.

LA LUNA NUEVA
Multicultural arts festival
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

September 18 – 26, 2015

Milagro’s multidisciplinary festival celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with live music, dance and theatre, focusing on children and family-friendly entertainment. Joyfully committed to collaboration and diversity, La Luna Nueva’s line-up will feature Latino and non-Latino cultural performances of live music, dance, theatre, fun workshops, and more all geared for kids and families.

DÍA DE MUERTOS: La Muerte Baila
An original, bilingual celebration of the Day of the Dead
World Premiere | Bilingual

Conceived & Directed by Rebecca Martinez
A last dance to remember forever 

October 15 - November 8, 2015

Día de los Muertos is a time of joyous reunion! When a disenchanted muertito refuses to return to the realm of the living, La Muerte must stop her own grumbling and set things right! Dancing through a landscape of bruised egos, the two set off on a comical journey through the realms of grief and remembrance. A colorful and bittersweet story of self-reflection and forgiveness, interwoven with irreverence and beautifully lyrical baile folklorico

Broken Promises
World Premiere | Bilingual
By Olga Sanchez | Directed by Francisco Garcia
Some stories have to be told

January 14 - 23, 2016

Based on local true stories of teen girls who have made their way from gangs into prostitution, Broken Promises sheds light, hope and reflection on the disturbing sex trafficking industry affecting many young, immigrant women in the Pacific Northwest. Presented in partnership with OYE, the Latino sexual health coalition, to provide meaningful resources for the community in need.

 Contigo Pan y Cebolla
Presented in Spanish with supertitles in English
By Héctor Quintero | Directed by Yvonne López Arenal

Through thick and thin forever!

February 11 - March 5, 2016

A tragicomedy set in Havana during the second half of the 1950s, just before the Cuban revolution takes hold. When an optimistic, materialistic matriarch battles to create the appearance of wealth in front of her neighbors, she only succeeds in creating chaos for the whole family and risking what’s most important!

Into the Beautiful North
World premiere | English
By Karen Zacarías, based on the novel by Luis Alberto Urrea

Directed by Olga Sanchez
An idealistic and adventurous heroine’s quest

April 28 - May 21, 2016

Inspired by the classic film The Magnificent Seven, Nayeli, a young woman living in a small Mexican village and her companions venture across the border determined to bring back seven good men to protect their village from the invasion of narco-traficantes and the risk of extinction.

 

 

Milagro offers a significant discount when purchasing tickets in advance; the earlier you purchase your seats, the better pricing and seat locations you’ll receive. Prices may increase as tickets become scarcer.  Miracle also offers discounts based on the day of the week as well as for students and senior citizens. The most economical option, however is to purchase season tickets, whether a subscription with specific dates or a FlexPass that you can use as you go. Season tickets also come with a number of perks, including special offers, invitations and preferred seating.

 

The Milagro Theatre is intimate, air conditioned, and every seat is a great seat! Seating is assigned; unless you have a specific request for seating, we will select the best seats available at the time of reservation. Because of the intimacy of the Milagro Theatre, there is no late seating, and no children under 5 can be admitted except for specific family events.


Group Rates vary by production and performance. Please contact the Miracle at 503-236-7253 for assitance and purchase.
All group purchases must be paid in advance or guaranteed by a credit card or school purchase order.
No refunds or exchanges are made should members of the group fail to attend the performance


“Arts for All” Ticket Program

Miracle Theatre Group is pleased to participate in Portland’s “Arts for All” discounted ticket program. Individuals presenting Oregon Trail Cards may purchase a minimum of 2, up to a maximum of 4 tickets per card holder to any of the five productions described at left for only $5 per ticket. “Arts for All” program tickets must be purchased with cash or check in person with an Oregon Trail Card from our box office at 425 SE Sixth Ave., weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., or from the box office in the lobby of the theatre one hour prior to each performance. Discounted tickets are subject to availability; there are no refunds or exchanges. This discount is not valid for the closing week of performances of each production, and is not available for our “La Luna Nueva” festival events.  Questions? Call 503-236-7253 ext. 113.


What our patrons say about the Miracle

“Authentic, intimate theatre.”

“Daring and original productions.”

“I love that I am inspired to laugh and at the same time I walk away with plenty of food for thought.”

“Milagro is where the Latino experience comes alive!” “You feel back at home in Latin America.”

“I enjoy the culture, the language, the creativity of the plays, and the warmth and enthusiasm of the actors and audiences alike.”

“A colorful, lively, welcoming place where I feel I am given a special gift every time I come.”

Miracle Theatre Group 425 SE 6th Avenue Portland, Oregon 97214 503-236-7253
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Miracle Theatre Group