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Drop The Mic
February 27 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Join Artists Rep and Back Fence PDX at this one time Zoom listening party as our storytellers question, CAN I GET A DO OVER?
Pre-show begins at 6:30 with the stories starting at 7pm.
Music by DJ Bobby D will be played live at pre-show and during the event.
Drop the Mic is a storytelling project collaboration with Artists Rep and Back Fence PDX featuring the work of some of Portland’s best storytellers: Chris Williams, Darshanpreet Gill, Katie Nguyen, Kisha Jarrett, Lauren Modica, Monica Choy, Shauna Hahn, and Vin Shambry; co-produced and co-hosted by B. Frayn Masters and Mindy Nettifee. Phil Johnson, sound mixing engineer / producer. Ashley Mellinger line producer.
After the Zoom event on 2/27 ticketing options and access to listen to Drop the Mic at your leisure will be available March 1 on this page.