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Antoinette Hatfield Hall

Winningstad Theatre

Goodnight Moon

The school performances of Goodnight Moon on Friday, January 19, at 10:15am and 12:15pm are cancelled.

The school performances of Goodnight Moon on Thursday, January 18, at 10:15am and 12:15pm are cancelled.

Due to inclement weather we have canceled the following performances of Goodnight Moon:

Tuesday, January 16, 10:15am and 12:15pm school performances.

Saturday, January 13, 5 pm preview performance
Sunday, January 14, 11 am & 2 pm public performances

Patrons with tickets for these performances should check their email for more information about rescheduling. 

Please contact tickets@octc.org with questions.

Goodnight stars,
goodnight air,
goodnight noises everywhere…

Join us in the Great Green Room, where this beloved children’s story comes to life on stage! See the three little bears, the pair of kittens, the young mouse, and the cow jump over the moon as we say goodnight to them all alongside little Bunny in this magical, musical tale.

About the Production

Goodnight Moon
Book, Music, and Lyrics by Chad Henry
Adapted from Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown and Clement Hurd

GOODNIGHT MOON copyright © 1947, 1975 A Clarke III and JT Hurd

Recommended for ages 3 and up
Runtime: approximately 60 minutes


January 14–February 11, 2024
Saturdays and Sundays
11am & 2pm

*Public Dress Rehearsal: Saturday, January 13 at 5pm—CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER
This is a preview of the final dress rehearsal. This is a 'pay what you want' performance. Tickets start at $1 and donations are encouraged. Please note this means the show may pause, there may be notes and the crew is visible. Coupons and discounts are not taken for this performance. The run time is approximately 50 minutes with no intermission, with possibility of the stops and pauses extending.


ASL Interpreted Performance: Saturday, January 27, 2:00pm

Relaxed Performance: Saturday, January 27, 11:00am

During this relaxed performance there will be lowered seating capacities to allow for more space and movement between patrons, house lights will remain up, fidget toys are welcome, and use of electronic devices and headphones will be permitted. Other accommodations, such as a designated quiet space outside the theater, will be offered. Please reserve these tickets for families needing a quieter sensory experience. 

Portland’5 Centers for the Arts has partnered with KultureCity to make their venues sensory inclusive. Free sensory bags are available at the coat check located on the main floor of the venue. Booster seats are also available at coat check and can be rented for $1 (cash only).

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