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By The Skanner News
Published: 08 March 2006

Aundré Barnes, left, Portia Payton and Shelley Matthew star in PassinArt: A Theatre Co.'s production of Don Appell's Lullaby at the Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center. The show opened March 3.

PassinArt: A Theatre Co. is presenting Don Appell's comedy, Lullaby, in the Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center.
The show has evening performances at 8 p.m. Friday, March 10,and Saturday, March 11, in the center, 5340N.

Interstate Ave. A special two-for-one matinee is scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday, March 12.

Lullaby is a play about a son who is torn between his new love and devotion to his mother. The play reflects what's happening in many families today regardless of cultural or economic backgrounds: adult children leaving home and returning to their parents' home, or never leaving in the first place. The production is directed by Portlander Kenneth Dembo and features local artists Shelley Matthew, Aundré Barnes, Portia Payton and William Roy Renwick III.

Advance ticket sales are $15 and $17 at the door for adults, and $8 for seniors and students. Discount group ticket sales of 10 or more also are available. Tickets are available at the Talking Drum Coffee and Bookstore, 446 N.E. Killingsworth St., online at www.passinart.org or by phone at 503-321-5163.

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