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Back Fence PDX: Russian Roulette
July 13, 2019
Doors 6:30 p.m., Show 7:30 p.m. | $16 General, $26 VIP | 21+
More info: merctickets.com
The Old Church
1422 SW 11th Ave., Portland
We’re excited to bring back another round of Back Fence PDX: RUSSIAN ROULETTE on SATURDAY, JULY 13! And BIG NEWS: We’re moving to THE OLD CHURCH! A reminder that our shows are ASL interpreted.
RUSSIAN ROULETTE is our high stakes, high-risk live storytelling show where six seasoned performers spin a giant game show wheel filled with mystery prompts. Storytellers have just 5 minutes to prepare and tell a true 5-minute story based on the prompt they land on — the audience votes for the winner!
This show features THREE past winners and TWO returning storytellers, and ONE newbee all telling compelling funny/poignant/gross/sexy/
Hosted by B. FRAYN MASTERS & MINDY NETTIFEE. Music by BOBBY D from XRAY.fm, and ASL Interpreted by BLAKE WALES
STORYTELLERS for this round are:
+ CHRIS WILLIAMS 4-Time Past Winner, Creator of Front Porch Sessions and The Turnout Storytelling Series at The Secret Society, Does a Spon-On Marlon Brando Impression (Heavier Marlon Brando), Has Never Drank Coffee Ever, Not Once, In His Life
+ KATIE PIATT Past Winner, Member of That’s What She Said Queer Comedy Collective, Seasoned Performance Artist, Grandma in Training
+ LEATHER STORRS 2-Time Past Winner, Chef at Noble Rot, Can Sing the Shit out of Bad Company, Dad Swam Against and Defeated JFK
+ JIMMY RADOSTA Oregon Native, Appeared in Mortified Nation, Former Journalist, Communications Director for Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon, Set the Guinness World Record For World’s Longest Drag Queen Chorus Line
+ ALINA ALIYAR Proud Parent, Chocolatier, Executive Producer of 7 Deadly Sins Show, Public Ugly Crier
+ ALEX DANG Writer, Program Specialist at Literary Arts, Knows Too Much About the Show Friends, Former Speech and Debate Champion
10% of ticket proceeds go to Oregon Food Bank. “Oregon Food Bank collects food from farmers, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, individuals and government sources. They distribute that food through a Statewide Network of 21 Regional Food Banks and approximately 1,200 food assistance sites in Oregon and Clark County, WA.”