The Vanport Flood parallels the more recent Hurricane Katrina disaster in New Orleans. The Vanport Mosaic Festival 2017 invites you to American Summer Squash & Hercules Didn't Wade in the Water, two new one-act plays about the American Dream, displacement, and Hurricane Katrina from the African American perspective. Full festival program and tickets at: www.vanportmosaic.org

The Vanport Mosaic Festival 2017
AMERICAN SUMMER SQUASH
by Don W Glenn, directed by Jocelyn Seid

and

HERCULES DIDN’T WADE IN THE WATER
by Michael A Jones, directed by Damaris Webb

Staged readings of two new one-act plays about the American Dream, displacement, and Hurricane Katrina from the African American perspective. 

Six Performances:
Friday 5/26th 7pm
Saturday 5/27 7pm
Sunday 5/29 2pm
Friday 6/2 7pm
Saturday 6/3 7pm
Sunday 6/4 2pm
*curated post show conversation following Sunday 5/29 matinee

Admission:
The Price of the Ticket - $25
Suggested General - $15
Suggested Senior/Disabled/Students $5

Location:
The Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center 5340 N Interstate Ave, Portland, OR 97217

Run time 2hrs 30 minutes with one intermission, Box Office at IFCC open one hour before curtain.
Please visit Vanport: The Surge of Social Change exhibit running in tandem with this performance.

with
La’Tevin Alexander, Anthony Armstrong, Arlena Barnes, Kenneth Dembo, Jasper Howard, Eric Island, Rickey Junior, Anya Pearson*, Seth Rue*, Andrea Vernae & Damaris Webb

Stage Management: Jory Bowers* & Judith Yeckel, 
Costume Design: Wanda Walden, Technical Direction: Lara A. Klingeman