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

Tel.  844-ETP-SHOW (844-387-7469)

Questions? Contact: info@experiencetp.org

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The Tempest - General Information 

GETTING TO THE ROUND

The Round Amphitheater is located on the north side of the Beaverton Central Max station, at 12600 SW Crescent St. in Beaverton.

 

Parking

Parking is available at the visitor lot to the west of the station, or in the parking structure to the south of the building, as indicated on the map to the right. 

Mass Transit

Get off the Max train at the Beaverton Central Max stop and walk 100 feet north. You can't miss us. 

AT THE ROUND

The Round is an oval-shaped amphitheater with tiered grassy areas and concrete lips. You may bring a low-backed lawn chair on which to sit or a nice picnic blanket. We discourage large party awnings as they may impede the view of other audience members. Best seats on hot days typically are on the west side of the Round, in the shade. 

Take the fuss out of bringing a chair and rent one from us!

A seat, a water, and dessert to boot! Click here for more details. 

FOOD AND CONCESSIONS

Bottled water, iced coffee, and desserts will be available at each performance. We encourage audience members to bring a picnic with their family. Please plan to pack out whatever you bring in as trash receptacles at the Round have a limited capacity. 

FACILITIES

There are porta-potties available at the event. Please plan to use these portable toilets, do not ask Round tenants to use their bathrooms. They are a little particular about that. Handicapped people may contact our concierge for assistance. 

ALCOHOL

Alcoholic beverages are available for purchase at one of the two Round restaurants on premises. Their respective tenant policy dictates their own limitations on bringing alcohol into the amphitheater. ETP is not responsible for alcohol consumption by any attendee. 

What is a green show? 
Green Shows traditionally were the prelude to the evening’s main performance in Shakespeare's time. The show would often include several of the performers from that evening in any number of entertaining activities.  Green Shows can be: musical or a variety act, a summary of the play, a small skit or scene being “tried out” to a fresh audience, a scene honoring a specific date or audience member or a sharing of any sort. 
Watch for our GREEN SHOW 30 minutes prior to the performance!