When was the last time you drove down the street and saw a Black, woman construction worker? When was the last time you drove down the street saw a Black, woman construction worker and wondered about her, her life, her likes, dislikes? Her family, desires and triumphs? Well, wonder no more! Back by popular demand, The Red Door Project in Partnership with Oregon Tradeswomen Inc. present an encore performance of My Walk Has Never Been Average. The play takes place at Self Enhancement Inc., SEI located at 3920 N Kerby on June 7th, 2014 beginning at 1 pm. This astonishing play is told through personal interviews of Black women in the trades. This performance stars Roslyn Farrington, Shelley Mathews, Angela Bonilla, Wanda Abioto, Damaris Webb, Skeeter Greene, Aiyanna Cunningham and Josie Seid.
A community forum funded by Oregon Humanties follows the play so be sure to stick around.
Directed by Reed College professor Dr. Catherine Ming T’ien Duffy, My Walk Has Never Been Average is written by Portland State University’s Professor Roberta Hunte in partnership with The Red Door Project’s, Bonnie Ratner Purchase tickets NOW! https://www.boxofficetickets.