Proud recipient of an operating grant from the Oregon Arts Commission and a project grant from RACC and the Cultural Coalition of Washington County

Experience Theatre Project

A 501c3  Non-Profit Professional Theater Corporation

Mailing Address: 6107 SW Murray Blvd. #320

Beaverton, Oregon 97008

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The Secret Policeman's Fuzzy Orange Ball

April 18, 2020
The Beaverton Masonic Lodge
4690 SW Watson Ave. ~ map
Costume Contest ~ Cash Gift Card Prizes  ~ Themed
Food & Drink ~  Music ~ Guaranteed Silliness
Grand Prize Trophy of a GILDED ALBATROSS to the most knowledgable Python Devotee! 

Hey Monty Python lovers! It’s time for something completely different…

It's.... The Secret Policeman’s Orange Fuzzy Ball, a team trivia night & parody story inspired by the creative talent of Monty Python. This theatrical presentation of a trivia tournament promises to present an interactive trivia experience for all tournament participants. A storyline follows all trivia rounds, and features side show acts, musical numbers, and a loving tribute to Terry Jones.  Trivia will be presented by actors playing John Cleese, Terry Jones, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Michael Palin, Graham Chapman, Carole Cleveland, and others. Doors open at 6pm for dinner and socializing, trivia competition begins at 7pm.

Registration open NOW. Reserved seats for trivia game participants are $28 in advance, $30 at the door. A reserved team table for six available for $159. All players receive a SPAM gift bag with assorted Monty Python-smelling goodies and a chance at the Gilded Albatross trophy. Those who do not want to play the trivia but want to watch the show may purchase a general admission ticket for $15/$18 at the door. Player pre-registration strongly recommended. Single players can play solo or join a team of other single players.

All proceeds benefit our 2020 Westside Shakespeare Festival!


We'll let you know a new date when we have it. Until then, stay safe!

2020 Westside Shakespeare Festival

June 19, 20 and 21, 2020
Beaverton Public Library South Lawn
12350 SW 5th Street ~ Beaverton




by William Shakespeare

Directed by Asae Dean

The fun is back again for another year! 

Immerse yourself in 1600, the year of Queen Elizabeth I, the English Renaissance, and the debut of THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR.

A myriad of poets, madrigal singers, Renaissance dancers, Shakespeare-related activities and performances are surrounding you-- a host of Shakespeare plays featured on two stages-- for a full weekend of fun for the whole family! Talented local actors from Bag & Baggage, Original Practice Shakespeare, Torchsong Entertainment, Curious Comedy Theater, and Action Adventure Theater perform scenes all weekend from The Bard’s most famous plays. Vendors will be on hand selling hand crafted items, food, and drink. Engage in sword fighting demonstrations from Academia Duellatoria, enjoy Tudor-inspired art, grub up on Elizabethan meat-and- vegetable pies from Mrs. Lovett’s Pie stand, then grab a pint of ale at Grey’s Inn, an over-21 pop-up pub, which will feature Oregon wines, a variety of Oregon microbrews, Oregon ciders, and Billy Shakes’ favorite go-to drink: mead!  CHECK OUT PHOTOS FROM LAST YEAR'S FESTIVAL HERE.

MORE INFO to come! Subscribe to our email list for updates. Tickets on sale for the 2020 Queen's Feast on April 1, 2020.

Experience the Difference!

Experience Theatre Project specializes in live, innovative storytelling  on the westside of Portland. We strive to create stories that surround the audience, so that the show takes place all around you, not unlike a haunted house or a Disney experience. 

Our experiences take place in unconventional  spaces, such as a storefront, lodge, or winery.

Currently we produce one winter indoor immersive event, a free summer classic Shakespeare show at the (now) annual Westside Shakespeare Festival, and an immersive event in the fall. Check out our past events at our GALLERY page. 

Please support our company by making a small donation today!