"I Want to Feel the Universe Inside of Me” - Joaquin Lopez

29 years ago a young Latino boy came out in Aloha, Oregon. Alone and 15 years old, he was determined to be a part of this world. In pursuit for a place under the sun, he listened to the music, danced to his own rhythm, and with his girlfriends discovered PRIDE on the dance floor!

Joaquin Lopez has written and recorded a concept album of 10 original songs inspired by his coming of age and coming out as a gay man. The album is an infectious, unique, and unusual blend of electronic and studio recorded music influenced by 80s and 90s dance and electro-pop sounds and rhythms.

UNIVERSO || The Universe Inside is a theatrical concert that elevates the album’s songs into a bilingual, multimedia moving collage of universal images and video interwoven with soundtrack and soundscape that invites the audience to enter the emotional panorama of a man traveling through the cosmic journey of becoming whole and embracing all parts of himself.

Co-created with performing artist and art director, Michael Cavazos, the audience will enter a magical world that pays tribute to Latino queer identity, emotional survival, and personal transformation to a disco beat!

A Preview of SEASON 3 in Desserts

Our sweet summer event returns with a preview of our next season as told through desserts. Once again we are honored to collaborate with Morgan St. Theater for an evening of desserts inspired by our newest projects. Join us for music, storytelling, and three courses of sweets as we unveil the 2019-2020 season.

ice cream.jpg

Join us for an evening of desserts inspired by H2M's 2019-20 season created by our dear friend, Morgan St Theater.

Sunday, June 2nd @ 5-7p
Shout House, 210 SE Madison St, Ste 11


TICKETS: $50 for 3 bespoke dessert courses & performances

Jared Goodman is a storyteller and conceptual ice cream artist who hosts dessert theatre performances under the guise of Morgan St Theater. Goodman’s desserts are made from scratch and find inspiration in the emotions, themes, biographies, history, etc of a story or work of art. He served as a culinary artist-in-residence at the Portland Art Museum with the project, Edible Art History. This art history meets ice cream social was featured on OPB Art Beat. His latest show, The Jewish Project was funded by RACC last year, and aspires to combat anti-semitism with ice cream and storytelling.

Jared returns to The Shout House to collaborate with us, for what will be a thrilling and delicious experience!