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Back Fence PDX: Russian Roulette

PENELOPE BASS
9 pm., Friday October 11 | $15 advance, $18 door.
Secret Society Lounge
116 NE Russell St.
 
For Portland Design Week, Back Fence PDX hosts a lineup of designers to spin the storytelling wheel for a prompt. They then have five minutes to craft a true five-minute story. Braving the stage this round are fashion designer Adam Arnold, filmmaker Arthur Bradford, illustrators Kate Bingaman-Burt and Nicole J. Georges, comedian Barbara Holm, graphic designer Aaron Rayburn, writer Wm. Steven Humphrey and last show’s winner, chef Leather Storrs.

Where: Secret Society Lounge
Phone: 493-3600
Address: 116 NE Russell St.
Website: secretsociety.net

 
 
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