Tomorrow Is Soon.
November 2023.

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History and Reimagination

Originally imagined as architect Isaac Geller’s 1925 vaudeville theater, the space has lived many lives in many eras.

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Facilities and Programming

PAM CUT has consulted with Full Aperture and museums across the country to achieve a modern and flexible approach.

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Programming will go beyond film and emphasize intersectionality across art forms, with experiences for the culturally curious, including international cross-media performances, screenings, exhibitions, immersive theater, game nights, workshops, and more.


Along with new partner programs, the theater will host guest-curated programs, Museum partner programming, and quarterly local experiences by legendary Portland performers Izohnny to media artists in residence partners The Numberz FM.


Many local and regional celebrations, events, and conferences have taken place over the decades at the Museum’s main campus downtown, and with The Tomorrow Theater, the Museum, and PAM CUT will have an east-side space for the community to gather.

“Cinematic storytelling, like artists and audiences, comes in all varieties and flavors. With the Tomorrow, we’re building a home for cultural snackers, a space where when people walk through this door, they will never quite know exactly what Tomorrow brings. As a home to a multi-media feast of creators, content, and audiences who are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, we are firmly committed to mixing it up.”

– PAM CUT Director Amy Dotson