"It is an excellent theater."
Translation:É um excelente teatro.
Interesting the three different Brazilian pronunciations here for the last "e" in "excelente". The first person(Andreia from São Paulo) says "ee", the second person(jlqueimado from near São Paulo) says "e" and the third person(Sirasp from São Paulo) doesn't even pronounce the final e .. http://www.forvo.com/word/excelente/#pt
Does the adjective ever come after the noun in Portuguese? I'm coming from Spanish, which often has the adjective after the noun, so I'm curious what happens in Portuguese. Thanks!
No. Sometimes we can use it before with no change in meaning. Other times it takes a symbolic meaning when comes before (ela é uma amiga velha = she is an old friend / ela é uma velha amiga = she is a long term friend)