Barrett explores TRUE LOVE AND OTHER NONCOMMUNICABLE DISEASES

Episode one of Brianna Barrett’s limited-series podcast is out, based on the solo show she performed at LineStorm’s Fertile Ground Lunchtime series.

Listen to five episodes in all, airing every Tuesday and Thursday until the end.

Read Willamette Week’s rave review.

Brianna Barrett visits FLORENCE FANE IN SAN FRANCISCO for our next Bimonthly Reading

LineStorm’s Bimonthly Reading Series continues with a wartime adventure following a thoroughly badass lady writer, set in 1863 and based on the true story of Frances Fuller Victor.

FLORENCE FANE IN SAN FRANCISCO by Brianna Barrett

Sunday, September 16, 2018, 5pm, free
Artists Repertory Theatre, Studio 1

Save your Fertile Ground dates!

Fertile Ground Lunchtime (and Evening) Readings 
in association with Artists Repertory Theatre

January 18 – 27, NOON, and January 19, 6pm, 2018

FREE! Just show up.

New one-act and full-length plays by 10 LineStorm Playwrights.

1/18: True Love & Other Noncommunicable Diseases by Brianna Barrett
1/19: Grand Junction by Rich Rubin
1/19 (6pm): The Storyteller by Sara Jean Accuardi
1/22: Petite Dames by Josie Seid
1/23: Alaska by Audrey Block and Strangest Yellow by Susan Faust
1/24: Out of the Blue by Miriam Feder
1/25: How the Light Gets In by E. M. Lewis
1/26: Gone by Lolly Ward
1/27: Cancelled — Not Safe for Adults: A Play for Kids by Dan Kitrosser

 

LineStorm is storming the Fertile Ground Lunchtime Readings

Please join us for TEN new full-length and one-act plays:

January 18-26, 2018, at Artists Rep. FREE.

Full schedule to the left, on our calendar. We look forward to seeing you there — more than once!

Brianna Barrett is writing and performing in Portland

April 1: Who’s Fooling Who, with the Portland Storytellers’ Guild

Three shows at the 2017 WCCLS Art of the Story Festival:
April 3: True Love and Other Noncommunicable Diseases (Walter’s Cultural Art Center)
April 4: Can My Imaginary Friends Come Too? (Forest Grove City Library)
April 8: Festival Finale (ACMA performance auditorium in Beaverton)