Selected News & Reviews
PHAME Students Create and Perform Rock Opera, Think Out Loud, OPB, 8/29/19.
PHAME and Friends Rock Out, Brett Campbell, Oregon Arts Watch, 8/22/19.
A School for Disabled Performing Artists Mounts its Most Ambitious Production Yet, Bennett Campbell Ferguson, Wilamette Week, 8/21/19.
This rock opera tells a story created and performed by adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Brett Campbell, The Oregonian, 8/20/19.
PHAME’s Original Rock Opera The Poet’s Shadow Opens Friday (8/23) at Hampton Opera Center, PHAME Press Release, 8/19/19.
PHAME and Portland Opera Rock New Show, Jason Vondersmith, Portland Tribune, 8/6/19.
Big Emotions Reign Supreme in PHAME’s World-Premiere Rock Opera, Conner Reed, Portland Monthly, 7/24/19.
PHAME Prepares to Open The Poet’s Shadow at Hampton Opera Center in Three Weeks, PHAME Press Release, 8/1/19.
PHAME Academy Begins Rehearsals for Collaborative Rock Opera, PHAME Press Release, 6/20/19.
PHAME Academy Announces Collaborative Rock Opera, PHAME Press Release, 4/4/19.
Community, Friderike Heuer, Your Daily Picture, 3/11/19.
Opinion: A new, more equitable arts and culture investment strategy for Regional Arts & Culture Council, Madison Cario, The Oregonian, 2/8/19.
PHAME: The Dignity of Risk, Friderike Heuer, Oregon ArtsWatch, 9/8/18.
PHAME - An Inclusive Arts Experience in Portland, Keith Loria, Spectrum Life Magazine, 2/11/18.
FamilyCare Health announces $100,000 grant to PHAME, Familycareinc.org, 6/28/16.
Play leads to PHAME for Reynolds High graduate, Rob Cullivan, Portland Tribune, 8/28/15.
‘Up the Fall’: The lion, the witches and the wardrobe, Maria Choban, Oregon ArtsWatch, 8/27/15.
PHAME Partners With Laura Gibson For World Premiere Musical, Reuben Unrau, OPB News, 8/21/15.
Folk Star Laura Gibson Scores PHAME’s Next Musical, Ramona DeNies, Portland Monthly, 7/20/15.
The Spotlight Falls On PHAME Again- “Bye Bye Birdie” opens June 22, Tom Dwyer, Tomdwyer.com, 6/6/13.
Touchscreen Tunes Ring Out From PHAME Academy, Virginia Alvino, OPB News, 4/26/13.
PHAME comes to Hillsboro: Kaitlin Mullins of Hillsboro loves performing with the Portland program for adults with disabilities, JoAnn Boatwright, The Oregonian, 3/16/12.
Northeast Portland nonprofit PHAME hires Matthew Gailey as music director, Larry Bingham, The Oregonian, 11/28/11.
PHAME moves into its first home in 26 years, thanks to Northeast Portland's Grace Memorial Episcopal Church, Larry Bingham, The Oregonian, 4/8/11.
Portland's PHAME choir fulfills 'Impossible Dream' for developmentally disabled adults, Tom Hallman Jr., The Oregonian, 11/25/10.