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Fishing For My Father

REBECCA JACOBSON
7:30 pm Thursday-Sunday, July 10-13, Friday July 11 | $15; $50 for festival pass
CoHo Theater
2257 NW Raleigh St.
 

For the second installment in CoHo's series of solo performances, Chris Harder reprises his show about a family fishing trip and a man's attempts to understand fatherhood. The piece draws together clowning, original music, monologues and recorded interviews.



Where: CoHo Theater
Phone: 220-2646
Address: 2257 NW Raleigh St.
Website: http://www.cohoproductions.org/onstage/summerfest-2014

 
 

CoHo Theater

2257 NW Raleigh St.
Portland, OR
97210
 
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