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12th Night

Patrick Tangredi

12th night actor in costumeShakespeare’s most accessible comedy, 12th Night offers a hilarious gender-switching love triangle that never grows old. Embraced for centuries as a romantic, raucous romp, with unforgettable characters (Viola, Malvolio, Sir Toby Belch, Maria, and Feste the Fool among others) who bring sheer joy to audiences as their merry misunderstandings mount in brilliant fashion!

Design: Dan Hays, Sarah Gahagan, Mike Pfaff, and Sue Bean-Portinga

Content warnings: Sexual and gender references, alcohol consumption

Fall 2023 performances

  • Thursday, November 16, 11am (pay what you wish)
  • Thursday, November 16, 7pm (talkback after the performance)
  • Friday, November 17, 7pm (audio description for visually impaired)
  • Saturday, November 18, 7pm (American Sign Language)
  • Sunday, November 19, 2pm (closing matinee)

All performances are in the Sylvania Performing Arts Center.

  • Running time: 2 hours
  • Intermission: One 10-minute intermission

No reservations are needed, but for large group reservations call 971-722-4323.

Parking permit (bought at the kiosk immediately on the right after entering campus from SW 49th) on Thursday.


Tickets for all (non-musical) plays are:

  • $10 – general admission
  • $5 – students, seniors, veterans, and PCC staff

Cash or check only

We do not offer or require reservations to our large 400-seat theatre. School groups are free (please call ahead for scheduling). Group discounts are available for groups of 10 or more. Call Patrick Tangredi at 971-722-4323 or email patrick.tangredi@pcc.edu for more information regarding group sales, accessibility accommodations, or school visits.

Visitor information

PCC Sylvania Theatre performs in the PCC Performing Arts Center, located on the PCC Sylvania campus, 12000 SW 49th Ave, Portland, OR 97219.

When arriving on campus from Capitol Highway, please note that a parking permit is required on weekdays and weeknights (not Saturdays or Sundays).

Please obtain these at the kiosk immediately to the right after entering campus, and follow the signs to the Performing Arts Center (PAC).

When parking in the PAC parking lot, walk toward campus, and at the bottom of all of the steps, follow the sidewalk as it veers to the left and that will take you (in front of the “Little Theatre”) to the PAC where our plays perform.