Quick list of ASL interpreted performances

2023-24 season Theatrical signed performances [updated 5/12/24]

A quick list of signed performance dates for the 2023-24 theater season. Check back for updates, as new plays, concerts, readings, and so on...

Saturday, September 17, 2022

Biased Brains - ASL night Fri 9/23

Why Do Our Brains Care About Belonging & Inclusion?

DATE & TIME: Friday 9/23/2022.  Doors at 7:00pm / Show at 7:30pm

LOCATION: The Siren Theater, 315 NW Davis St, Portland, OR 97209

INTERPRETERS:   Ruth Nardecchia & Chelsea Huber

TICKETS: Suggested scale of $20-$40 (PWYW)

RAFFLE PRIZES: Expect goodies galore from local PDX businesses

We’re leaving shame ‘n’  blame at the door as we explore the Neurology of Equity & Inclusion in an approachable (and dare we say FUN?!) format. Is it a workshop? Is it a play? It’s BOTH!

We’ll first learn about why our brains are hard-wired to do some weird sh*t in a 45-minute workshop facilitated by Monica Dailey. Everyone is at different stages in their personal Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) journeys, and this workshop will be an opportunity to check in with yourself and take advantage of this safe space for quiet self-reflection. There will be no group discussion or public sharing.

After a 15-minute intermission, the workshop concepts come to life in a scripted play. Welcome to Sk8Town, where our fun-loving roller rink employees experience a barrage of brain biases! Our fully BIPOC and/or LGBTQIA+ cast collectively wrote the script, drawing on personal experiences and sprinkling on humor to make these stories more palatable. 

Starring & Written by Elena Afanasiev, Jonathan Wexler, Mariah Mercedes Munoz, Monica Dailey, Shelly Santa Cruz, and Talon Bigelow

Things to note:

- Cash & card accepted for concessions & tickets at the door 
- Masks are highly appreciated when not actively drinking or eating
- Please stay home if you are not feeling well or have had recent exposure to COVID
- Performers will not be masked

**Biased Brains is funded in part by the Regional Arts & Culture Council**

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