Sign Up for This Month’s Craft Night: Tuesday, May 13th, 2014


Please join us for Craft Night on Tuesday May 13th, 2014 at Independence Northwest. We suggest a $3 donation, but no one will be turned away. Our office is located at 541 NE 20th Avenue Suite 103 in Portland. You may RSVP by calling 503.546.2950 or emailing Rachel at

Please note: if you require support to participate, please bring someone to assist you. Providers may be paid via brokerage funds to provide disability-related support.

PHAME Production: GREASE June 18th and 19th

Have you heard? The talented group at PHAME are putting on a full scale production of GREASE here in just a couple of weeks. The show runs Saturday June 18th at 7pm and again on Sunday the 19th at 2pm. Both performances will be held at the Mt. Hood Community College Mainstage Theatre. Details below. Get out there and support the disability and artistic communities of Portland. If you’ve never seen a PHAME production, this is your chance.

From the PHAME blog:

“Grease (school version)”
Everyone’s favorite hand-jiving rock’n’roll musical
Book, music and lyrics by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey

Saturday, June 18, 7 pm
Sunday, June 19, 2 pm

PHAME’s “Grease (school version)” runs June 18-19 at MHCC, Gresham

Mt. Hood Community College Mainstage Theatre, 26000 SE Stark, Gresham

Jessica Dart, stage director
Ben Landsverk, music director
Korie Chung, choreographer

Starring an incredible 47-member cast of PHAME student performers!
Bethany Ide as Sandy – John Landsverk as Danny – Anne-Marie Plass as Rizzo – Lea Mulligan as Frenchy – Kim Forrer as Marty – Chad Bode as Vince Fontaine – Aaron Hobson as Doody – David Hutzler as Johnny Casino – Melissa Halstead as Jan – and many more!

Tickets on sale now!

Gold Circle reserved seats: $27 adults, $21 students/seniors
General admission: $19 adults, $13 students/seniors

Special thanks to our “Grease” (school version) production sponsors…

Premiere Sponsors
James R. Kuse Family Foundation, RedPine Systems and Tychon Development

Production Sponsors
Cinema 21, Ivey Performance Marketing, Regional Arts & Culture Council, Tom Dwyer Automotive Services and Work for Art

Production Friends
Benjamin Moore, Cupcake Jones and Ronald Atwood, PC