*This is a sponsored conversation written on behalf of Broadway in Portland. Complimentary tickets were received. Opinions 100% my own.
It was girls night out last night, as my friend and I went to see Mamma Mia! at the Keller Auditorium in Portland, Oregon. We were so excited to watch Sophie’s plan to find her father unfold onstage. The night was filled with laughter, emotion, music, and fun. If you decide to get tickets and head to the “island”, this is one wedding you’ll never forget!
The ensemble cast in this production is incredible – bringing life, color, and moments of hilarity to the background of this beloved story. Donna’s Dynamos are truly dynamic – and delivered some of the show’s best moments.
As with most productions, some of my favorite moments were when the entire cast appeared together onstage. They were able to bring the audience together through music and dance. I couldn’t help but smile as the cast performed two encore numbers at the end of the show – watching the entire auditorium start singing and dancing along. The theater is about a shared experience – and a unique bond forms between you and the other audience-goers. It’s magic, and something everyone should experience in their lifetime.
You don’t want to miss seeing Mamma Mia! on its final farewell tour! There are still tickets available – don’t miss out! See you at the theater you dancing queen you.
MAMMA MIA! will be at Portland’s Keller Auditorium through Sunday, March 26th. The remaining shows for the Portland engagement are:
Saturday, March 25 2:00pm – ASL/ Audio Described Performance, 7:30pm
Sunday, March 26 1:00pm, 6:30pm – Open Caption Performance
Wheelchair seating is available at all performances. For information on ADA seating, please call the Portland Opera Box Office at 503-241-1802, email email@example.com or visit the Portland Opera Box Office in person (Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm)
Come on if you’re still free, take a chance on Mamma Mia! (Couldn’t help it…been singing that song since last night!)
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