Sellwood Playhouse

Location

901 SE Spokane St.
Portland
,
Oregon
97202
,
US

Important Venue Notes

Wheelchair accessible

Website

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Future Events

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Past Events

Saturday
Jan
30
2016
Saturday, January 30, 2016 from 7:30-8:30pm
7:30-8:30pm
Stories from middle school students at Jason Lee K-8 and girls 12-17 in the DHS/foster care system at Boys & Girls Aid to bring you closer to the issues effecting youth in foster care through their personal writings. (Reception after the show with food and drink donated by New Seasons) Who's Bob? Why do we hear so much about Bob from our youth today? Come see, "Bob: #middleschool #tweensandteens," and find out all about the real true meaning of Bob straight from the mouths and minds of those who know and experience Bob first hand every day. Bob loves cartoons, texting and Vine but hates the cafeteria food, detention and asking their parents questions. Bob likes passing notes in class. Have you ever wondered what Bob writes and who they write to? Come see for yourself as Bob shares these sacred scriptures for the first time ever and most certainly the last. Bob defines family on their own terms, and will do just about anything for candy. Find out what Bob REALLY thinks of social media, family, school and the foster care system. Join Rogue Pack for an evening of stories, poetry slam and comedy written and performed by middle school students from Jason Lee K-8 and special guests, girls 12-17 in the DHS/foster care system from Boys & Girls Aid. And learn all about BOB! Made possible through the Expanding Cultural Access Grant by the Regional Arts and Culture Council.
Friday
Jan
29
2016
Friday, January 29, 2016 from 7:30-8:30pm
7:30-8:30pm
Stories from middle school students at Jason Lee K-8 and girls 12-17 in the DHS/foster care system at Boys & Girls Aid to bring you closer to the issues effecting youth in foster care through their personal writings. (Sat. Jan. 30 reception with food and drink after the show) Who's Bob? Why do we hear so much about Bob from our youth today? Come see, "Bob: #middleschool #tweensandteens," and find out all about the real true meaning of Bob straight from the mouths and minds of those who know and experience Bob first hand every day. Bob loves cartoons, texting and Vine but hates the cafeteria food, detention and asking their parents questions. Bob likes passing notes in class. Have you ever wondered what Bob writes and who they write to? Come see for yourself as Bob shares these sacred scriptures for the first time ever and most certainly the last. Bob defines family on their own terms, and will do just about anything for candy. Find out what Bob REALLY thinks of social media, family, school and the foster care system. Join Rogue Pack for an evening of stories, poetry slam and comedy written and performed by middle school students from Jason Lee K-8 and special guests, girls 12-17 in the DHS/foster care system from Boys & Girls Aid. And learn all about BOB! Made possible through the Expanding Cultural Access Grant by the Regional Arts and Culture Council.