07 27 2014
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Jerry Foster and George Hendrix

“Two Black Guys Sitting Around Talking,” is playwright Gus Edwards’ comically thoughtful tour-de-force about Henry and Abe, former rivals for the love of a woman who find themselves continuing their conflict – by sitting on the same park bench every day. The show stars Jerry Foster and George Hendrix. A special matinee panel discussion is Saturday, April 5 and Sunday, April 6, with talkbacks featuring Edwards in person after the 3 p.m. performances. The show runs through April 13, Fridays, and Saturdays 7:30 p.m. and Sunday matinees 3 p.m.  Ethos/IFCC, 5340 North Interstate. For more information call 503-235-8079. To reserve tickets email passinart@yahoo.com. Tickets available at the door (cash and checks accepted).

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