What to Expect
All attendees will be required to show proof of being fully vaccinated with an FDA approved vaccine to enter. Full vaccination means that at least 14 days have passed since receiving the second dose of a two-dose vaccine series or the single dose of a single-dose vaccine. Proof can be your original vaccine card, a photo of it, or other official vaccine documents. We do not accept negative COVID tests in lieu of vaccination. Corrib Theatre is a member of the Portland Performing Arts Vaccine Coalition and is committed to keeping our audience members and community safe.
All performers and staff are required to be vaccinated.
Face masks must be worn at all times except for brief periods when eating and drinking.
Each show of the 2021-22 season is located at a different venue. Please see each individual show page for the location and address.
Please plan to arrive 20-30 minutes prior to your show start time. This will allow time to park, check in, choose your seat, and read the program.
Yes. You may exchange tickets online or give us a call. You will be able to exchange your tickets for a different performance of the same show at no extra cost. Note however that there are no refunds.
Performances are held regardless of the weather. If there is heavy snow, consider taking transit or walking to the theatre! In the extremely rare instance that a performance is canceled, there will be a notification on our website, and you will receive an email and/or call if you have already purchased a ticket. If you prefer to reschedule for a different performance, you may exchange your tickets at no charge on our website or by calling us at 503-389-0579.
We strongly encourage bringing children to experience theatre when the content is appropriate for their age and maturity. We do not offer advisories about subject matter except in particular circumstances, as sensitivities vary from person to person. If you have any questions about content, please feel free to contact us.
Service animals are always welcome with their handlers. A service animal is a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability.
For the safety of our patrons, and to avoid any possible disturbance of the performance, emotional support dogs may NOT enter the lobby or the theatre.