Box office hours have CHANGED!

Days & Hours of Operation

**PLEASE NOTE!! Box office hours have CHANGED. Box office hours will resume WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6TH from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. and one hour before performances**

  • *Wednesdays 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
  • One hour prior to each performance.

Box Office Location

2028 Pacific Avenue
Forest Grove, Oregon 97116
Google Map

Telephone (503) 359-5349

Online (anytime)

Ticket Prices

  • Adults: $16
  • Seniors (60 & over) & Youth (17 & under): $14

At our box office, we accept payment by Visa, MasterCard, cash and check.

Online sales will accept any credit card (or Visa/MC debit card)

All Ticket sales are final.

All tickets must be paid for in advance.

Student Rush

Theatre in the Grove offers student rush tickets for $5, cash only.
Tickets are only available at the box office ten minutes before each performance, pending seating availability.
All student rush tickets are general seating.
Student Rush is available to Elementary, High School and College students.
A valid student ID is required.

Show Times

  • Friday & Saturday evenings at 7:30 pm
  • Sunday matinees at 2:30 pm

Season Tickets

Or you may purchase your season ticket flex-pass online by clicking on the link below.

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Flex Pass

FLEX PASS LOGOWelcome to the 48th Season at Theatre in the Grove! With the new season upon us and season tickets being purchased, we wanted to let you know about our Flex Pass.

Theatre in the Grove’s Flex Pass is the best way to make the most of your theatre experience.  The Flex Pass gets you 6 ticket vouchers at a discount price that you can use in any way you want throughout the current season. Use them as a season pass and get one ticket for each of the 6 regular season shows, share them with a friend to get 2 tickets to 3 shows, use them as a group to get 6 tickets for one show.  How you use them is up to you!

Reservations for specific seats and performances do not have to be picked at the time of flexpass purchase, the vouchers are held in your account until you are ready to use them.  Reservations are strongly recommended. Flexpasses can not be used for special events such as our Gala in the Grove or CAST camps.  All tickets must be at the same price point (Adults or Student/Senior).

Flex Passes are $85 for adults (reg price $96) and $75 for seniors and students (reg price $84)

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Guys and Dolls, Jr. OPENS August 18th!


Based on the legendary, multi-award-winning, musical comedy classic about rolling the dice and falling in love under the lights of Broadway. Book by Abe Burrows and Jo Sterling, Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser, and directed by Jeanna Van Dyke, this show is sure to please crowds of all ages.

Guys and Dolls JR. follows gambler, Nathan Detroit, as he tries to find the cash to set up the biggest crap game in town while the authorities breathe down his neck; meanwhile, his girlfriend and nightclub performer, Adelaide, laments that they’ve been engaged for fourteen years without ever getting married. Nathan turns to fellow gambler, Sky Masterson, for the dough, but Sky ends up chasing the straight-laced missionary, Sarah Brown. Guys and Dolls JR. takes us from the heart of Times Square to the cafes of Havana, but everyone eventually ends up right where they belong.



Guys and Dolls JR. is sponsored in part by a grant by the Forest Grove Public Arts Commission and through C.A.S.T. (Children’s After  School Theatre). “I’ve always believed the stage to be the perfect ‘play’ ground for the imagination!” Jeanna Van Dyke, director of CAST. During the Summer break kids can sign up for a the Summer Playhouse productions.  It’s free to participate, everyone who signs up gets cast, and it gives children an opportunity to experience the chance to put on a play. Many of our regular season actors have started out with a Summer Playhouse production. Come on down and support these young actors! PAC LOGO

The show runs August 18th-27th. 

Show times 
Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm
Sunday at 2:30 pm

$5 General Admission



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Peter and the Starcatcher Cast Announced!

Peter and the Starcatcher
By Rick Elice and Wayne Barker

Directed by Jessica Reed

Did you ever think about how Peter Pan became the legendary figure he is known to be? In a world filled with magic, one boy and one girl will change a world forever. From marauding pirates and jungle tyrants to unwilling comrades and unlikely heroes, Peter and the Starcatcher playfully explores greed and despair, friendship and love.

Cast List:
Molly Aster ….. Emily Smith
Boy (Peter) …… Canden Clement
Black Stache ….. Noel Oishi
Smee ….. Heidi Share
Mrs. Bumbrake/Teacher ….. Robin Michaels
Lord Leonard Aster ….. Katie Westerman
Prentiss ….. Isabella Steele
Ted ….. Joanna Galvan
Grempkin/Fighting Prawn/Mack/Sanchez ….. William Ferguson
Bill Slank/Hawking Clam ….. Erin Riha
Captain Robert Falcon Scott ….. Matthew Hampshire
Alf ….. Mary Landauer
Little Bird ….. Prudence Dawes

“First, I want to thank everyone who took the time to come audition. I hope you had fun because I certainly did. If you were not cast, please don’t hesitate to reach out to join us backstage! Thank you again.” –  Jess (Director)

Show runs:
September 29 – October 15, 2017

Directed by Jessica Reed

Thank you to all who auditioned! This is going to be a great show. 

Fridays at 7:30 p.m.
Saturdays at 7:30 p.m.
Sundays at 2:30 p.m.
For a complete listing of show times, visit or call 503-359-5349

Tickets are $16 for adults and $14 for seniors (60 and over) and youths (17 and under).


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Sunday, June, 25th Volunteer Appreciation BBQ and Annual Members Meeting!



What is the Volunteer appreciation BBQ?
There are so many people who volunteer to make our community theatre run smoothly. It really does feel like one big family. To show you how much we appreciate all the long hours and hard work you put into a show, we are going to feed you! We will provide all the food, drink, and dessert as our way of saying THANK YOU! All you have to do it show up and take part in the festivities.
What is the Member meeting?
If you have volunteered as an actor, a stage parent, a techie, or in the front of the house then you are considered a member of Theatre in the Grove. And what does being a member mean? Well, it means you can vote for board of director positions. There are three positions up for election this year.
What to expect?
We will have a review of last season, preview of the shows coming up next season, current state of affairs of the theatre, and nominations and voting for new board of director positions. And of course, mingling with all the wonderful people that make the theatre a wonderful place and food! 
RSVP to by June 23 so that we can get an accurate head count for food.
Whether you’re a seasoned veteran of the board or brand new to theatre, all are invited and encouraged to attend our annual meeting! 
Sunday, June 25 at 5 pm
Theatre In The Grove is located at 2028 Pacific Avenue in Forest Grove. For more information please call 503-359-5349.



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‘Earnest Review is out! Come see the ‘fresh’ and ‘funny’ show.

There are only TWO weekends left to catch this wonderful production of “The Importance of Being Earnest”! Audiences have really enjoyed the show and have said “Theatre In The Grove has another winning comedy on their hands.” Read the review below.

Westside Theatre Reviews

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

TITG’s Earnest Effort Pays Off

Lindsay Partain, Anne Kennedy, Mark Putnam, and Tonja Schreiber Photo by Jennifer McFarling

Lindsay Partain, Anne Kennedy, Mark Putnam, and Tonja Schreiber
Photo by Jennifer McFarling

By Tina Arth

Some classic plays, no matter how engaging, can grow stale with endless repetition.  120 + years after its debut, this is still not an issue with Oscar Wilde’s incessantly ironic, tightly written The Importance of Being Earnest. While the original play is set in late Victorian London, modern directors frequently place it in different milieus – in recent years I have seen it done in the post-Civil War American South, and (in Theatre in the Grove’s current production) back in London, but in the 1930s. Director Jess Reed and her cast (despite a few opening night line-bobbles) show how seamlessly the show can move from era to era, place to place – a testament to the universal relevance and appeal of this superb farce.

Wilde acknowledges with his subtitle: A Trivial Comedy for Serious People, that the story is quite silly. Aristocratic bachelor Algernon languishes in a decadent life with his best friend Ernest, until he learns a shocking secret: both he and Ernest are leading double lives – Algernon frequently flees London to visit a fictitious ailing friend, “Bunbury”, while Ernest is really the upstanding Hertfordshire gentleman Jack Worthing, guardian to the lovely Cecily. Immediately intrigued, Algernon schemes to meet the girl. Jack, meanwhile, is in love with the aristocratic Gwendolen, who shares his passion but believes him to be Ernest. Add Gwendolyn’s tightly wound mother, Lady Bracknell (who is also Algernon’s aunt) to anchor the plot, and Wilde’s wit is launched on all of the foibles of an empty upper class.

The unusual decision to cast a woman (Anne Kennedy) in the role of Algernon really works. Physically, Kennedy’s fantastic hairdo and tightly stuffed suits support the illusion, and her lines are spoken in a gender-free vocal register. However, it’s really Kennedy’s delivery that sells the role, and there’s something really appealing about watching this woman play the part of the jaded wastrel. Her comic timing is spot on, and she does a nice job with the accent. Mark Putnam (as Jack/Ernest) is a perfect foil – upright, dry, acerbic and even avuncular at times. While Kennedy is frequently sprawled on any available couch (inhaling every muffin in sight), Putnam stands ramrod straight, and delivers even his funniest lines with a slightly fussy gravitas.

Tonja Schreiber’s “Gwendolen” is forthright and brassy – there’s more than a touch of her mother in this determined young lady. She contrasts nicely with Lindsay Partain’s “Cecily” – a bubbling, enthusiastic ingénue eager to trade her sheltered life for a passionate alliance with Algernon. And then there’s Pat Lach’s “Lady Bracknell” – a ferocious social doyenne whose humble origins are no barrier to her savage snobbery. Her crisp delivery, upright carriage and amazing hats all reinforce her ironically self-righteous embrace of social conventions.

James Grimes’ set design is lovely, and really captures the Art Deco feel necessary to create the feel of the 1930s. Flori Lima-Steele’s costumes (especially the hats mentioned above) further enhance the period feel and define each of the characters.

Director Reed, her production team, and cast have crafted a really funny, very fresh production of Wilde’s classic that should appeal to all fans of social commentary cloaked in razor-sharp wit.

The Importance of Being Earnest is playing at Theatre in the Grove, 2028 Pacific Avenue, Forest Grove through June 18th, with performances Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2:30 p.m.

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