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

May 26-June 4th: directing & performing as part of the 2017 Vanport Mosaic Festival

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by Michael A Jones, directed by Damaris Webb
by Don W Glenn directed by Jocelyn Seid

Offered as part of the 2017 Vanport Mosaic Festival, May 26 – 29.
Staged readings of two new one-act plays about the American Dream, displacement & Hurricane Katrina from the African American perspective.

Six Public Performances:
The Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center 5340 N Interstate Ave

Friday 5/26 @ 7 PM, Saturday 5/27@ 7 PM, Sunday 5/28 @ 2 PM
Friday 6/2@ 7 PM, Saturday 6/3@ 7 PM, Sunday 6/4 @ 2 PM
* curated post-show conversation following Sunday 5/28 matinee

Runtime 2hrs 30 minutes with one intermission, the box office at IFCC opens one hour before curtain.

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 * Courtesy of Actor’s Equity Association

Admission: Sliding scale $5-$25. Please visit the Surge of Social Change exhibit running in tandem with this performance.
Tickets at www.vanportmosaic.org.

The Vanport Mosaic is a collective of artists, historians, educators and media makers seeking to engage the public in remembering the silenced histories of the Pacific Northwest to better understand our present.

Artistic Directors: Laura Lo Forti and Damaris Webb www.vanportmosaic.org