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Productive Discomfort: Transgender, Non-Binary, Two-Spirit, and Indigiqueer Artists in Portland Theater

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Tuesday, June 22, 2021
7 p.m. – 9 p.m. PDT
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A panel discussion with local transgender, non-binary, two-spirit and indigiqueer theater artists and administrators, reflecting on their experiences in the theater.

Featured panelists include Zeloszelos Marchandt, Artistic Director of T & A Grand Theater and Ten, Tiny, Talks artist In residency; Logan Ridenour-Starnes, theatre-maker, knowledge-sharer, ICP Cohort '20/'21, MFA Candidate for Directing, dramaturg, poet/designer, director, and performer; Jane Comer, playwright/actor/director, Board President, and ensemble member, Fuse Theatre Ensemble, Board Member/Secretary, Portland Area Theatre Alliance (PATA), Artistic Director, Theatredust Productions; and A. Trent Eccles, theatrical electrician and lighting designer. The conversation is moderated by James R. Dixon, Producing Artistic Director for BlaQ OUT.

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James R. Dixon, Moderator
James R. Dixon, Moderator
(he/they)

Producing Artistic Director for BlaQ OUT

Zeloszelos Marchandt, Participant
Zeloszelos Marchandt, Participant
(he/him/his/they)

Artistic Director of T & A Grand Theater and Ten, Tiny, Talks artist In residency.

Logan Ridenour-Starnes, Participant
Logan Ridenour-Starnes, Participant
(they/she/he/+)

Theatre-maker, knowledge-sharer, ICP Cohort '20/'21, MFA Candidate for Directing, dramaturg, poet/designer, director, performer.

Jane Comer, Participant
Jane Comer, Participant
(she/her/hers)

Playwright/actor/director, Board President and ensemble member, Fuse Theatre Ensemble; Board Member/Secretary, Portland Area Theatre Alliance (PATA); Artistic Director, Theatredust Productions.

A. Trent Eccles, Participant
A. Trent Eccles, Participant
(they/them/theirs)

Theatrical electrician and lighting designer.

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