|Address:||368 S State St, Lake Oswego, OR 97034, USA|
A Private User
Lakewood probably doesnt make the best use of its space, but thats not important. The theater itself is fantastic--small and intimate, probably seats about 100 people max, so there really isnt a bad seat in the house. The plays were well done and enjoyable, but I will say that it caters to a (much, much) older crowd. They do intermission where you can get coffee, drinks, and snacks (ice cream!), but you cant bring it back into the theater. Plenty of parking, but a bit of work to get out when 100 other people are leaving at the same time.
WOW!! I have been coming to your theatre since the 70s when you were in the old church. Have been a subscriber the last decade, which is to say I have seen a lot of your productions. Man of la Mancha" was the best, amazing...incredible voices, both solo and choral. Really outstanding vocals. Loved the set! For my money this is the most outstanding performance you have done. The acting was superb, and the fight scenes well choreographed....I just loved it all. Kudos to everyone in front of and behind the set. WELL DONE!!!!
A Private User
Lakewood is a gut good place to see a play. It seems that there isnt a bad seat in the house due to the intimate size of the venue. The crowd is definitely a little older, I think I may have been the only person there under the age of 45 without a parent. The acting and production were great.
Old pretty building. People that work here are so awesome. Everyone is polite and helpful. Classes for adults and kids are very good. Totally worth the money.
Very fun place to check out a show. Not professional actors but they all did a very nice job. A little bit pricy.
I dont go here enough. Usually solid performances for such a local place. Friendly people and fun atmosphere.
Excellent actors, very accommodating to patrons with disabilities.
Great community theater and center. Productions are top notch
Clean and well looked after. An adorable place.
Devon Nash Pronold
Nice, quiet and easy to navigate.