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Litha: A Summer Solstice Experience!

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Ring the bell and cross over into a mysterious faerie world this solstice season! Magic awaits those mortals brave enough to dance with the faeries. Learn the songs, light the candles, embark on the quests, and watch the ancient spectacle unfold. Embrace the change this summer solstice (and don’t eat any faerie food)!

Litha: Showtimes

Thursday, June 21st, 7:00 pm
Friday, 22nd, 7:00 pm
Saturday, June 23rd, 7:00 pm
Sunday, June 24th, 11:00 am

~ Only 30 tickets per show! ~
Pre-registration only. No day-of tickets.

Solstice Ticket Price (Grand Opening) - $20
General Ticket Price (all other dates) - $15
Free Admission for mortals 4 years old and younger

All performances located at
Taborspace Yard
5441 SE Belmont St. Portland, OR 97215

What is Immersive Theatre?

Immersive Theatre breaks the typical “fourth wall” that separates actors from the audience and invites you to be a part of the story. This doesn’t mean that you’ll be dragged into the spotlight, but it does mean that as an audience member you will have the opportunity to interact with the characters and make choices that will change the direction of the story.

Litha Agreements

  • Dress comfortably and with the weather in mind - the performance is outdoors and you will be walking in the grass! 

  • Interact with the experience at your own comfort level. There will be opportunities both large and small to experience the story.

  • Both expect and offer respect. Consent will always be asked for and given before any interaction between performers and audience members.

  • Bring an open and imaginative mind. Prepare to be surprised and delighted and filled with wonder!

Suggestion!

  • Bring a buddy! Having a friend along for the journey can enhance your enjoyment of the experience as well as give you someone to talk about it with after the show is over.


 
I believe that dreams - day dreams, you know, with your eyes wide open and your brain-machinery whizzing - are likely to lead to the betterment of the world. The imaginative child will become the imaginative man or woman most apt to create, to invent, and therefore to foster civilization.
— L. Frank Baum