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Awareness – Accountability – Advocacy – Action

Stumptown Stages will be presenting an online event in collaboration with Black Theatre United


Black Theatre United Founder NaTasha Yvette Williams, will be discussing the call to action that “elevates a cause or to overturn policies that target black people in any one state or community, the group will draw on the members with local connections to use their visibility and influence for good in theater and on the national stage.”

When: Saturday, October 24, 2020 - 10:00AM (PST)


No Admission Fee: (Suggested Donation to Black Theatre United)


NaTasha Yvette Williams has appeared on Broadway numerous times, beginning with her Broadway debut in the cast of the original production of The Color Purple. She went on to appear in The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess and A Night With Janis Joplin. She has repeatedly starred in Broadway’s Chicago, with multiple stints as Matron Mama Morton. Williams also starred as Becky in Broadway’s Waitress.

She appeared in the national tours of Parade, Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Seussical, All Shook Up, The Drowsy Chaperone, Xanadu, and Waitress.



Black Theatre United & Stumptown Stages Hosted by NaTasha Yvette Williams

Black Theatre United is a group of theater professionals from several different disciplines aligned to create change and support the transformation of a more equitable industry and world.


Established actors, directors, writers, producers, crew members, and musicians United applying the principles of hard word to fight for and support equity and inclusion through civic minded initiatives with the goal of tearing down white supremacist ideologies.


Our cornerstones of Awareness, Accountability, Advocacy, and Action are the roadmap. Our inaugural Event a Town Hall with The extraordinary Sherilyn Ifill challenged us all to civic engagement, sustainability and knowing history. 


Our next Town Hall features Leader Stacey Abrams urging the importance of each citizen voice to effect change by being counted. Since our town Halls we have been busy orchestrating and supporting many events and opportunities to fight for racial justice. It takes all of us! 


For more information please visit

Stumptown Stages Young Artist Program presents:

Seeking students ages 7-9 and students in grades 9-12.

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Current Subscriber Information


We would deeply appreciate it if you would consider one of the following options in support of Stumptown Stages:

  • Exchange your ticket(s) for performances beginning in January 2021.

  • For Subscribers: Apply the value of your ticket(s) to a 2021/22 Season subscription. We’ll save your same seats and series now, and lock in your current subscription price for next season!

  • Exchange your ticket(s) for an emailed gift certificate, which can be used through the end of the 2021/22 Season.

  • Donate the value of your ticket(s). You’ll receive an acknowledgment of your fully tax-deductible gift.

  • You may also request a full or partial refund for the value of the ticket(s).


To request a refund for tickets paid for with cash or check at the Portland’5 Box Office, please contact the Portland’5 box office at 503.248.4335 or email Refunds may take up to two weeks to be processed.

Thank you so much for your support!!


A message of solidarity

through lyrics...


FOLK CITY - world premiere

2017, Stumptown Stages


"What a field day for the heat.

A thousand people in the street.

Singin' songs and carrying signs.

Mostly say hurray for our side.

It's time we stop,

Hey what's that sound

Everybody look what's going down."


Written by Stephen Stills



Stumptown Stages' productions take place in the Winningstad Theatre at Portland'5 Centers for the Arts' Antoinette Hatfield Hall,

1111 SW Broadway, Portland, Oregon. 

© 2020 Stumptown Stages. Stumptown Stages, Portland's professional musical theatre company, is a not-for-profit 501-c3.

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