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Help Gus Van Sant celebrate Outside In's 40th Anniversary

Have you heard the Oscar buzz?  Rumors are flying that Sean Penn’s portrayal of Harvey Milk will earn the Oscar.


The countdown is on.

Get your tickets for the red carpet debut of "MILK" today!      

Graciously hosted by the director GUS VAN SANT 

 A Benefit for OUTSIDE IN 



"Just as Harvey Milk's bravery and sense of hope changed history, Outside In has encouraged and empowered a population that is sometimes overlooked and underestimated." 

-Gus Van Sant

The financial climate is hard on all of us, but homeless youth are hit the hardest.  By celebrating Outside In's 40th anniversary at the premiere of "Milk" you can help ensure that the youth on our streets are not overlooked or underestimated.


100% of the proceeds benefit Outside In.   


We hope you can join us for this very special red carpet event.  



The stars will be out

November 14, 2008


($37.75 - $71.75) 

Tickets available at PCPA box office or though Ticketmaster 

Arlene Schnitzer  

Concert Hall    

1037 SW Broadway     



The Portland premiere of “Milk”  will occur at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in the heart of the downtown cultural district (1037 SW Broadway). A red carpet, Hollywood-style search lights, and the historic illuminated marquee will set the scene as film industry celebrities, local civic leaders, and Outside In supporters gather to experience “Milk” and celebrate the work of Outside In.  Gus Van Sant will deliver personal remarks to the crowd of 2,700 at 8:30 p.m.


“Milk” tells the story of prominent gay activist and San Francisco city politician Harvey Milk during the years leading up to his assassination in 1978.  His life changed history. His courage changed lives.


Starring Sean Penn, Emile Hirsch, Josh Brolin and James Franco, “Milk" was filmed on location in San Francisco. Many of Mr. Milk's real-life surviving friends and former associates participated in the making of this film, several appearing on camera.

Tickets ($37.75 - $71.75) are available through Ticketmaster or the Portland Center for Performing Arts box office.

For more information please contact: Kelly Anderson, CFRE |Development & Communications Director

Outside In 503.535.3867 | [email protected]