May 24th - June 10th
Written by Rich Rubin
Directed by Damaris Webb
A fully staged new drama about gentrification and community displacement in 1970’s Portland, set in an Albina boxing club.
Thursday, May 31st is ASL interpreted and Sunday, June 3rd will have a post-show conversation with Kent Ford (Portland Black Panthers), Stanley Dunn (Knott Street Boxing), Ray Lampkin (Portland boxing legend).
FEATURING: Anthony Armstrong, Kenneth Dembo, Jasper Howard, Shareen Jacobs, Tonea Lolin, James Savannah.
DESIGN: Lara Klingeman
COSTUMES: Wanda Walden
PSM: Judith Yeckel
RUNTIME: 2 hours with intermission
The Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center
5340 N Interstate Avenue
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:00 pm
Sunday at 2:00 pm
Please visit the exhibit Vanport: The Surge of Social Change & Anywhere But Here, running in tandem with this production at the IFCC.