THEATER: COTTONWOOD IN THE FLOOD

INTERSTATE FIREHOUSE CULTURAL CENTER
ONGOING: 5/27- 6/12
SLIDING SCALE: $5 STUDENTS & SENIORS, $10 - $25

A fully staged drama about the African American experience in Vanport in the 1940’s—the rapid rise, and even more rapid fall. Written by Rich Rubin, directed by Damaris Webb. Produced by Don Glenn & Damaris Webb

12 Public Performances: May 26th - June 12th, 2016
Join us for talk-back panels following the Sunday matinees


Run Time: 2 hours with 1 intermission

Written by: Rich Rubin
Directed by: Damaris Webb
Produced by: Don Glenn & Damaris Webb
Presented as part of the Inaugural 2016 Vanport Mosaic Festival


12 Public Performances:
May 26th - June 12th, 2016

Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30; Sundays at 3pm
Join us for talk-back panels following the Sunday matinees

The Box Office at IFCC will be open one half hour before curtain, as will the upstairs gallery exhibit: The Surge of Social Change, curated by Oregon Black Pioneers

This production is made possible by generous support from
The Regional Arts & Culture Council, The Multnomah County Cultural Coalition & The Oregon Cultural Trust, Ronni Lacroute/Willakenzie Estate, The Vanport Mosaic Festival, and The Oregon Heritage Commission.

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