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Appointment With gOD

REBECCA JACOBSON
7:30 pm Friday-Saturday and 2 pm Sunday, April 11-13., Saturday April 12 | $12-$20.
 
Boom Arts, known for producing work from abroad, presents a workshop performance of Deborah Asiimwe’s play about a group of Africans applying for U.S. visas. Asiimwe, a Ugandan playwright, sets the work in a U.S. embassy waiting room, where these applicants swap stories and discuss their strategies. She planned on being in Portland for the performance, but in a cruel instance of life imitating art, was herself denied a visa, and will instead participate in post-show conversations via Skype.


Where: Lincoln Hall, Portland State University
Phone: 567-1644
Address: 1620 SW Park Ave.
Website: http://www.boomarts.org

 
 
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