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

Cottonwood in the Flood at Westminster Presbyterian

In honor of the 1948 Memorial Day Flood of Vanport
Westminster Cloisters Arts Ministry presents


Cottonwood in the Flood 
a staged reading of a new play about The Vanport Community

written by Rich Rubin
directed by Damaris Webb, technical design by Lara Klingeman


Westminster Presbyterian Church
1624 NE Hancock Street
2pm Memorial Day, Monday May 25th

$5 suggested donation
or two canned food items to be donated to The Oregon Food Bank
no one will be turned away for lack of funds
Reservations encouraged
by emailing secretary@westprespdx.org

Anthony Armstrong, Jeb Berrier, James Dixon, Adrienne Flag,
Joe Gibson, Wrick Jones, S. Renee Mitchell & Jocelyn Seid
Stay to share stories with the artists and Vanport Survivors

“Maybe the finest acting I’ve ever seen at a staged reading”
-Brett Campbell of 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

Co-winner, 2012 Fratti-Newman Political Play Contest (Castillo Theatre, New York)
& Finalist, 2012 JAW Festival (Portland Center Stage), capacity performances 2015 Fertile Ground Festival.