Damaris Webb: Bicoastal Performer, Teaching Artist, and Theater Maker

Cottonwood in the Flood returns to the stage next week AND two reviews!

CottonwoodInTheFlood:PublicDomainCerimon House Presents
Cottonwood in the Flood
by Rich Rubin
directed by Damaris Webb

“maybe the finest acting I’ve ever seen at a staged reading”
– Brett Campbell Oregon Arts Watch

“It’s got that very particular quality so often crowed about in art, so rarely actually seen: capital-I importance”
– The Portland Mercury’s Megan Burbank

Thursday 2/19 7:30 evening
Saturday 2/21 2:30 matinee
Sunday 2/22 2:30 matinee
Monday 2/23 7:30 evening

The Little Church 5138 NE 23rd Avenue (1 block North of Alberta)
tickets $15 general, $5 students & seniors

to reserve tickets please write to reservations@cerimonhouse.org

Technical Design by Lara Klingeman

with:
Anthony Armstrong, Jeb Berrier, Joe Gibson, Wrick Jones,
Kristen Lang, S. Renee Mitchell, Seth Rue, Jocelyn Seid & Shelley B Shelly

An engrossing full-length drama about the African American experience in 1940’s Oregon and the rapid rise – – and even more rapid fall – – of the city of Vanport. Co-winner, 2012 Fratti-Newman Political Play Contest (Castillo Theatre,
New York) & Finalist, 2012 JAW Festival (Portland Center Stage)