You're invited to a happening
SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 2021 at

OBT LIVE features an OBT first-time commission from the powerful and dynamic Canadian-New York based choreographer Jennifer Archibald and new work from audience favorite and OBT Resident Choreographer Nicolo Fonte.

COVID-19 has required us all to be resourceful and endlessly creative. To share a live experience with our closest friends and supporters requires the same commitment.
There are three ways you can join us for this extraordinary evening we planned with our guests’ safety and enjoyment in mind.

option 1: Dinner & performance: *SOLD OUT*

Enjoy a 4-course meal with us before the show at legendary Clarklewis. Bubbled seating at the restaurant and transportation to our unique outdoor venue at OMSI is included. 

Performance seating is limited and will be socially distanced according to guidelines. This package includes refreshments during the performance, a special intermission program, and an arms-length opening night party to celebrate with our dancers, staff, and crew who have worked so hard and given so much this year.

Price per person is $500 SOLD OUT!

Dinner will start at 5:30 pm and include four courses. Parking will be near Clarklewis with transportation provided from the restaurant to the OMSI stage and back. Seating for dinner is available first-come, first-serve for 60 guests.

Option 2: Performance + After Party

Join us for the performance and after-party. This package includes refreshments, a special program during intermission, and the after-party. Seats are limited, so don’t delay. 

Gates open at 7:30 p.m. and the performance starts at 8:00 p.m. with the after-party immediately following. 

Price per person: $250

Seating available first-come, first-serve for 60 guests. Parking for the performance will be in a nearby lot.

Option 3: Watch party + Dinner

Enjoy the live-streamed performance and special intermission from your own home. A bespoke dinner party will be delivered to your door, including cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, salad, dinner and wine, dessert, and a few special touches; think of it as a gala table in your own home.

Dinner for eight: $2,000
Dinner for four: $1,000
Dinner for two: $500

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Whether a romantic dinner for two, a unique family night at home, or a fancy evening with friends, for those of us who love OBT, this is a great way to celebrate until we can gather again in person. We suggest gathering at 5:30 for cocktails with dinner at 6:30, allowing for a comfortable finish with dessert and coffee or a nightcap during the performance.

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Share in the celebration even
if you can't be there.

Your generous support ensures that works are brought to the stage, dance education is offered in schools, studios train the next generation of dancers, and performances are accessible to everyone.

$19,500 raised
as of May 18, 2021

letters of support

I speak for many Oregonians and ballet lovers in congratulating OBT for its triumphant return to the stage. The dancers, staff, and Board of Trustees have traveled a rough road with all the grace of their art form, and we are grateful. 

Ken Lewis, Founding President
Oregon Ballet Theater
Board of Trustees

mayor ted wheeler

J. Kregg Arntson
Director, Community Impact
Executive Director, PGE Foundation