Back Fence PDX: MAINSTAGE ⎮ Cells
Sat, Jun 3 at 8pm
Stories that have something do with CELLS. Think biology — cells are the basis of life, electricity, organisms, cellphones, prison/jail cells, monastery/nunnery, terrorist/political cells, DNA, dividing, mutating, transforming, plants. (Do you or someone you know have a compelling story on this theme: send yourself or them to our pitch page!)
FEATURING* returning crowd favorite Writer/Producer JESSICA LEE WILLIAMSON (LA), plus soon-to-be favorite Founder of Mental Health Nonprofit Live Again, Preschool Teacher ERIC SNYDER (PDX) and three more true stories from fantastic storytellers announced soon!
For this show portion of ticket proceeds will go to Neighborhood House. Around for over 100 years! leading Portland non-profit social service provider, Neighborhood House delivers innovative and life-changing programs for low-income people of all ages. Their programs prepare children for success in school and life, help families move beyond poverty, and support seniors to continue living independently.
Hosted by B. FRAYN MASTERS & MINDY NETTIFEE
$16—$28 ADVANCE ⎮ $20 DAY OF SHOW For $28.00 there a limited number of VIP tickets available, reserved until 7:50pm, on the front rows of the main floor. — Note: We will have walk-up tickets set aside for sale at the door.
DOORS 7:00PM ⎮ SHOW 8:00PM
*Storytellers subject to change without notice. Stories may contain explicit language and/or subject matter.