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Thursday, February 13, 2014

"Bo-Nita" : interpreted performance 2/20

Portland Center Stage presents
an interpreted performance of

by Elizabeth Heffron

February 20th at 7:30 pm
128 NW 11th, Portland OR 97209

Tickets $25 with Promo Code SIGN
Purchase ONLINE or 503-445-3700

Interpreter: Dot Hearn
Sign Coach: Justin Coleman

"Life’s not easy for Bo-Nita. It never is for a 13-year-old, but especially one who winds up with a dead, semi-ex-stepfather on her bedroom floor. With humor, pathos and a dash of midwest magical realism, Bo-Nita follows a mother and daughter’s journey through a working-class America of dwindling resources, and the lengths they must go to stay together and keep their beat alive. 
Portland loves storytelling, from The Moth and This American Life on OPB, to Back Fence PDX and local readings of Mortified. Bo-Nita fits that Portland ethos perfectly. It’s as if Bo-Nita is answering the question “what was the most outrageous day of your life?” with a hilarious—and heartbreaking—worst/best-day-of-your-life story. 
Actress Kate Eastwood Norris—who audiences adored in The North Plan two seasons ago—plays Bo-Nita."

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