Community Partner Performances


We Are Proud to Present... 

Purchase your tickets using the organization's code and 20% of your ticket price will go to that organization, for any performance.


DATE: April 2 @ 2pm

Partner Performance followed by a Post Show Discussion with Jo Ann Hardesty, President, NAACP Portland.

The national mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination.

Locally, the Portland NAACP is focusing its efforts on economic equity, police accountability, and leadership development. We believe that when everyone is treated well and justly, all people benefit.

CODE: NAACP (any performance!)

The Color of NOW

DATE: April 2 @ 7:30pm

Partner Performance followed by a Post Show Discussion with Paul Susi, The Color of NOW

The Color of NOW is a live multimedia lecture/discussion series designed to confront and address systemic oppression through informed dialogue, building community through live engagement. We ask hard questions about race, gender, poverty, and privilege. We start to figure out the complicated answers together.

CODE: COLOROFNOW (any performance!)


DATE: April 8 @ 7:30pm

Partner Performance followed by a Post Show Discussion activity led by Renee Mitchell & Chisao Hata.

Spit/WRITE is a youth-voice initiative, in partnership with Artists Rep and other community-based organizations, that offers teens, ages 13-19, the training, mentorship and platform to thrive as poets, performers and artistic leaders. It offers free writing and performance workshops and then arranges opportunities to infuse youth voices into adult spaces, as well as pursue service-learning, community-based projects that build leadership skills. Spit/WRITE's signature program is the city-sanctioned Portland Youth Poet Laureate project.

CODE: SPITWRITE (any performance!)


A dedicated tap for Mothers and Sons

Cascade AIDS Project

Our dedicated tap for Mothers and Sons is in support of Cascade AIDS Project whose mission is to prevent HIV infections, support and empower people living with or affected by HIV, and eliminate HIV-related stigma and health disparities.

For every pint of Lompoc Proletariat Red you purchase during the run of Mothers and Sons, $3 (50% of price) will go directly to Cascade AIDS project.  For every pint of Lompoc Proletariat Red you purchase during our Happy Hour (Fridays 6:30-7:30pm), 100% of the purchase price will go directly to Cascade AIDS project.


Mothers and Sons Community Partner Performances

Purchase your tickets using the organizations’ code on the night of their Community Partner Performance and 20% of ticket price will go to that organization.

February 14



Person by person, family by family, heart to heart, since 1977 PFLAG Portland has been bringing Portlanders together to build a community that celebrates everyone regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

Founded on peer support to LGBTQ folks and their families, friends, and allies; education for the public; and advocacy for full societal affirmation of LGBTQ people, PFLAG Portland is a family of 4 chapters built by and for the communities they serve.

Each chapter provides services tailored to the needs of its community: support for transgender persons and their families; strengthening Communities of Color; programs for LGBTQ youth; classes and training for students and professionals.

PFLAG is proud to partner with other leading social change organizations and government working at the intersection of Race, Faith, Income, Orientation, and Identity to create a more just and equal society.

PFLAG Portland, Portland East County, Washington County, and Portland Black Chapter: we’re family. Together, we’re stronger.


February 21

Q Center


Q Center provides a safe space to support and celebrate LGBTQ diversity, equity, visibility and community building. Q Center offers multi-generational programs and services in four core areas: Arts & Culture; Education & Training; Health & Wellness and Advocacy.

There are dozens of events and groups, some focused on specific topics (like coming out or gender identity) and others aimed at fun social interactions (like sing-along piano cabarets or craft nights). Entry to most of these is sliding-scale and run by dedicated volunteers, keeping Q Center truly community-driven and accessible.

In addition to our programmatic offerings, our 5,000 sq/ft facility is also a safe and friendly place to spend an afternoon. With monthly art exhibits, extensive library collection, Resource Wall, and free WiFi access, there’s always something to see and learn at Q Center.



February 27

Portland Gay Men's Chorus


The Portland Gay Men's Chorus aspires to expand, redefine, and perfect the choral art through eclectic performances that honor and uplift the gay community and affirm the worth of all people.

February 28



The mission of this one-of-a-kind Pacific Northwest festival is to celebrate the contributions of the LGBTQ community to the art of theatre by reading, staging, and developing both original and classic works creating an incubator for new LGBTQ theatre.

The Festival has grown to become a month long celebration featuring over a dozen of Portland’s most prolific theatre companies and some of the best talent our city has to offer. The festival content is determined by the individual companies and includes work ranging from Shakespeare to original premieres.
For up to the minute bookings and listings, please visit

March 4

Basic Rights Oregon


Talk back with BRO and cast members of Mothers and Sons will follow the performance.

Basic Rights Oregon is one of the state’s largest progressive organizations. We work to ensure that all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer Oregonians experience equality by building a broad and inclusive, politically powerful movement; shifting public opinion; and achieving policy victories. From our mission come our four areas of focus: LGBTQ people of color, including immigrants and refugees; transgender, genderqueer and gender nonconforming people; LGBTQ youth; and LGBTQ people outside the Portland Metro area.

March 6

Our House


Our House provides healthcare, housing, and other vital services to low-income people living with HIV.

HIV is a complex and challenging disease that can often be overwhelming.  The Our House team of expert clinicians works with people with HIV who are having difficulty managing independent living.  They tailor services for each individual that defines what “living well” means to them.

Our House services range from regular in-home visits by clinical staff to 24-hour residential skilled nursing services.  As the health of a resident or client improves or declines, they are able to continue to provide services within our continuum of care.

Our House maintains an inclusive community where values, experiences and identities are accepted, where respect for differences is shared and where questions, dialogue and education are encouraged.