Auction: Live Performance by Paul Susi, “The Fever”

Get tickets now for “The Fever” live theater performance by Paul Susi, November 19th 7-9pm on WHUUF’s Sanctuary stage

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UPDATE! Tickets will be available at the door on the night of the performance, November 19th, $20 or pay what you can. Doors open at 6:30. For more information, email Sulima at
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WHUUF’s Annual Auction is its biggest fundraising event. This year we have a very unique and special donation from Paul Susi via Sulima Malzin – a fixed price ticket item ($20) for Paul’s blistering solo performance of The Fever written by Wallace Shawn, produced by Northwest Classical Theater Collaborative, and directed by Patrick Walsh. Some of you got to see this piece (a deeply moving exploratory dive into the notion of ‘privilege’) performed in Sulima’s living room in August or at the Lloyd Center space where it ran for small groups in preparation for taking it “behind the walls” at Oregon State Prison in September.

This event on November 19th may be your last opportunity to see this incredible play locally. You can purchase tickets via this link to the auction catalog. “The Fever” is item #4. Please explore our 2022 WHUUF Auction Catalogue. Seating may be limited to 50 and a good many of those seats will be taken by whuufers, so …. If you’re interested, don’t wait too long. Hope to see you there. Also, don’t miss our recent online conversation with Paul.


Date: November 19, 2022
Time: Doors open at 6:30 pm.
Performance at 7:00 pm.
Location: West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (WHUUF)
8470 SW Oleson Road, Portland, OR 97223

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This 'Aging Rascal & Occasional Writer' invites you to embrace the world through her open window of poetry, art, activism, music, and humor.

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I am absolutely attending this again! I’ll bet the second watch is even better, approaching it with less confusion (important for the first watch!) and more understanding of the real conflict.

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