Columbia River
Theatre Organ Society

3439 N.E. Sandy Blvd., #259
Portland, OR 97232


Upcoming Events

Board Meeting
January 23, 2018, 7:00 PM
Stanford's Lloyd Center
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February 27, 2018, 7:00 PM
Stanford's Lloyd Center
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Calendar of all CRTOS events

Welcome

CRTOS is dedicated to theatre organ preservation and promotion of this uniquely American instrument. We sponsor theatre organ concerts, silent films screenings, music workshops and theatre organ restoration projects in Oregon and Southern Washington. Click here for more information.

Buster Keaton in Seven Chances (silent 1925)

Told that he will inherit $7 million by 7 p.m. if he can get married in time, lovelorn lawyer Jimmie Shannon sets off on a wild bride-chase. The hilariously inventive comedy culminates with one of Buster Keaton's most renowned set pieces that finds him pursued through the streets of Los Angeles by a gaggle of wannabe-wives - as well as scores of massive, dislodged boulders.

The hilarity of Buster Keaton continues with one of his famous short comedies.

Live musical accompaniment provided by Dean Lemire on the Beverly Ruth Nelson Memorial organ.

Saturday, February 17, 2018 at 2pm
General Admission tickets: $12, Students/Seniors $10

Pipe Organ Pictures Series

Each of these films presented as they were meant to be experienced - with live organ accompaniment! Every film in this series is complemented by an original score, created and performed live by a professional musician.

The Hollywood organ is dedicated to the memory of Beverly Ruth Nelson and is the result of a partnership between the Hollywood Theatre and the nonprofit Columbia River Theatre Organ Society. It is the only such instrument in a public theatre in Portland.

Live organ accompaniment provided by Dean Lemire on the Beverly Ruth Nelson Memorial Organ.

Tickets are $12.00 at the door of the Hollywood Theatre.

The Hollywood is located at: 4122 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR 97212.

Free parking for theatre patrons at the Broadway Medical Parking lot (located behind the theatre) during the clinic's non-office hours.

The Hollywood MAX station is two blocks from the theatre.