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Fun Home Performances

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Opening Night with wine & apps Exhibition Opens at 5:45, Show at 7pm

Matinee performance with 

LGBTQ+ Panel following. 



Performance & Talk Back

with actors & creative team following.



  Performance  & Talk Back

with actors & creative team following.

Artists' Talk 8:45pm

following the performance




Closing Night Performance

Project Pride Events Schedule


Film Screening: A Reflection of Self

in collaboration with World Muse & BendFilm

Sunday, June 4th, 6:30 pm Tin PanTheatre


"A Reflection of Self"  is a World Muse Production that shares the voices and stories of LGBTQIA+ community members and explores what it means to be free. 


Pay-what-you-can event tickets available at Tin Pan Theatre

Tower-Theatre-Sponsored Conversation with Jeanine Tesori

Tony-Award Winning composer of Fun Home 

Tuesday, June 6th, 5 pm

Please inquire for details:

Jeanine Tesori, the tony-award-winning composer of Fun Home and the most prolific and honored female theatrical composer in history, with five Broadway musicals and five Tony Award nominations will give a virtual talk and Q & A.

Space is limited please email: to inquire about availability

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Graphic Novel/Cartoon Workshop

with Carolyn Parker, COCC instructor

Saturday, June 10th, 10 am 

Scalehouse Gallery

For this free event you will join COCC instructor Carolyn Parker for a morning spent doodling and learning the art of the graphic novel and cartoons. Free to the public, donations accepted. All art supplies will be provided.

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Panel discussion with mental health professionals, educators, and LGBTQ2IA+ community members. In both the novel and musical versions of Fun Home, Alison Bechdel is seeking truth and understanding of her life as she creates her memoir. In this discussion, our panelists will share the importance of owning one's truth, and explore the themes and topics of Fun Home and how these themes appear in their own lives and within our greater community.

Panel Discussion

Mapping the Themes of Fun Home:

Embracing the Authentic Self and

Family Dynamics

Saturday, June 17th, 4-5 pm,

Open Space Studios

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This is Me Open Mic

Teen/Young Adult Open Mic  

Wednesday, June 21st, 6:30 pm​

Greenhouse Cabaret

You have the talent, we have the microphone and stage! Be sure to sign up to reserve your spot on Bend's best stage, The Greenhouse Cabaret!

To participate in this free event click the image.

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CONTOURS: A Personal Geography 

Exhibition Opens: Wednesday, June 14th 

Exhibition Opens: 1 hour prior to each performance

Artists’ Talk: Friday, June 16th, 8:45 pm

Open Space Studios

Artists exhibiting in Contours: A Personal Geography were asked to think about how their own environment and complex landscape transformed their existence. How did they visualize their own contours? How has their personal geography affected their desire to express themselves through visual art? 

Talk Backs

with Actors & Creative Team

Immediately following performances on

Thursday,  June 15th, and Thursday, June 22nd

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Identity & Belonging Community Workshop

with Claire Brislin of Write Now Programs

Sunday, June 25th 3pm

Brooks Room Deschutes Public Library

This free workshop will explore many of Fun Home's themes of identity, queer identity, coming-of-age, family dynamics, memory, and finding one’s place in the world.  The workshop will include a variety of engaging exercises including flash performances, written reflection, drawing, and group discussion inspired by Bechdel’s text, and encourage participants to think deeply about their own identities, struggles, and personal truths. Click image to sign up.

Current Threats to Equality Workshop  

Online Discussion

Date: Wednesday, June 28th at 6:30 pm

Join Heather Sawyer, Executive Director of American Oversight, and Jenny Pizer, Chief Legal Officer of Lambda Legal, to discuss the reality of “culture war,” the threats facing equality today…and what we can do about it.

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