Paul Iarrobino

Paul Iarrobino

Celebrating Our Relationships!

A big shout out to the Portland Tribune for covering our upcoming Valentine’s Day show. This show has been a joy to produce. What’s amazed me the most is that these couples didn’t know each other prior to rehearsal, yet bonded instantly through their stories. I have a strong feeling our couples will stay in …

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Portland Tribune – Valentine’s Day Show Looks at Modern Love

LGBTQ couples tell unique stories in “How We Met,” Thursday, Feb. 14 at Clinton Street Theater. Paul Iarrobino hosts the event. See the Portland Tribune article!

New Storytelling Event and Collaboration with NW Documentary

Our Bold Voices is excited to produce our next show with a new community partner, NW Documentary. And Now What?! will profile five storytellers from our first year; Denise Peña, Joshua Thomas, Stacey Rice, Corbett Gordon, and Ken Brinson. We will revisit where they left off because their stories were ripe for an update. We will …

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OBV Comes to Vancouver

Our Bold Voices is pleased to announce that we have been awarded a grant from the Washington State Arts Commission to produce a pride storytelling event in Vancouver this June. We will be working closely with Triple Point, SW WA PFLAG and the Clark County YWCA to plan this event over the Spring. Check back …

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OBV Storytelling Documentary

New filmmaker, Kristin Bayans, selected Our Bold Voices as her topic for a student film class at NW Documentary. The timing of our holiday show worked well with her documentary film class. If you have ever wondered what happens behind the scenes when new storytellers prepare for a show, here’s your chance. Kristin brilliantly captured …

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OBV Partners with END HIV Oregon

We are excited to collaborate with End HIV Oregon to reduce stigma and isolation of long term survivors. By setting aside free tickets to our storytelling events, we are creating new socialization opportunities for long term survivors. Removing financial barriers helps create more access to our local arts scene. Here are some quotes from long …

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OBV Reflections

As we take a breath and reflect on this past year, we are extremely grateful for what we have accomplished with community. Here is a brief recap: With your help, we have cultivated the talent of over twenty-five diverse new storytellers and contributed over $3,500 to local charities in 2018. This would not have been …

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