126 NE Alberta St
Portland, OR 97211
The Alberta Abbey is located in NE Portland’s King Neighborhood, 2 blocks west of MLK Blvd on Alberta. It is a historical building that has served the neighborhood for many years. This space embodies the Revels spirit of community by allowing audience members to really feel like they’re part of the show and form closer connections with the performers.
Neighborhood parking is available around the theatre. There is also a Natural Grocers a few blocks away at 5055 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., and they have agreed to allow our patrons to park in their parking lot during our shows.
When You Arrive
Unless entering through ADA entrance, come to the main door (on Alberta St.) to check in by last name. Inside the theatre is floor level seating and balcony seating. Your ticket will indicate where your seat is by starting with B or F before listing the aisle and seat number. For example, seat F-D4 is in the floor level, row D, seat 4. Seat B-M12 will be in the balcony, row M, seat 12. Please have either your digital tickets pulled up or printed tickets in hand when you arrive at the theatre so that our ushers can help you find your seats after you check in.
It is important to note that the balcony is only accessible by stairs, as there is no elevator in the building. Our main theater, café, and main floor bathroom are all fully accessible.
ADA Accessibility and Parking
The ADA Accessible entrance to Alberta Abbey is on the Mallory Avenue side of the building (see map below). Outside of this entrance there will be an ADA accessible drop-off zone, where patrons can drop off members of their party before going to park. There will also be a few ADA accessible parking spots for our patrons to use during the show. The Mallory Avenue entrance is ramped and leads into the main theater. An usher will greet patrons entering through the ADA entrance.
Biking and Public Transport
Bike racks are available in front of the main entrance and there is a Biketown rack just a couple blocks away.
The theatre is available via Public Transit Lines: 6, 72, 44
Gift Shop, Raffle and Concessions
Inside Alberta Abbey there is a café where concessions will be sold. In addition, our annual gift shop and raffle will be open from an hour before each performance, as well as during intermission. The gift shop will feature work by local artisans, including many members of the Revels community! Emerald Odyssey clothing and mugs will also be available to order. This year’s Raffle prizes include a bundle of special Revels items including a copy of The Shortest Day by Susan Cooper, a basket full of items from some of Portland’s most loved pubs and brewers, a beautiful handmade quilt, and more!