Portland Story Theater
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Come see  33 and 1/3Tickets to Shackleton's Antarctic Nightmare in Bend, Oregon on April 5th
next weekend on April 25th and 26th,
8PM at Hipbone Studio.
Advance tickets available now.
Lots of exciting news! Monday 7-9PM, Lynne is telling at Bikes in the Night Sky!  On Wednesday 5:30-7PM, Jason Lamb interviews Lawrence and Lynne while they spin some of their favorite tunes on the internet radio show: The Karl Show with Jason. Then, Friday and Saturday 8-10PM, it's 33 and 1/3 with the dynamic duo over at Hipbone Studio. Come September, Portland Story Theater will move to our new home, the Alberta Abbey,
Click here for tickets to see Lawrence Howard and Lynne Duddy in 33 and 1/3Dear Friend of PST, You are invited to see two of your favorite storytellers together, telling the real, true story of how to survive -- even thrive -- in a long-term relationship.

If you've ever wondered how Lawrence Howard, the calm, sweet "Hershey Horowitz," found true love with Lynne Duddy, the crazy, passionate "Shillelagh Shiksa," this show willl shed some light on the matter. And, we want you to know, it's more than a kiss under the mistle toe...

Portland Story Theater Founders Lawrence Howard and Lynne Duddy share their story: the dreams, the disasters, and the delicious delights. With more than 33 years of togetherness, Howard and Duddy are ready to disclose their secrets. Show us the love! Get your tickets today.
Moving On Up To Alberta This September!
The Alberta Abbey, Portland Story Theater's new home this September!
When we launch our 2014/2015 Season this  September, it will be in our new home, the Alberta Abbey. Built in 1924, this mixed-use building offers the growth opportunity that we've has been looking for over the last couple of years. It’s a fantastic opportunity and bittersweet at the same time. Portland Story Theater’s current home, the intimate black box space of Hipbone Studio, has been perfect in almost every way for the past seven years. Jeff Burke has become a dear friend and collaborator. But we've been growing exponentially and have had to turn people away at practically every show. That’s going to change, starting this September.

Performance spaces with more than 100 seats that are affordable are hard to come by in Portland but the Alberta Abbey, built in 1924 and located just two blocks west of MLK at 126 NE Alberta Avenue, has it all: fabulously comfortable seats (no more folding chairs!), off-street parking, ADA accessibility, capacity for more than 300, and a beautiful adjoining lounge area where we can serve beer, wine, and complimentary refreshments.

Most importantly, the Abbey is offering an outstretched hand to welcome Portland Story Theater as their resident performance group. The Alberta Abbey and Portland Story Theater are joining forces to build a vibrant performance space together. We hope you will follow us there in September and help us build our audience. Bring everyone you know, there's plenty of room!  

Don't Forget... Bikes in the Night Sky, Monday, April 21st

Hosted by the Metal Cowboy, Joe Kurmanskie, with featured storyteller Ryan Van Duzer from the Travel Channel. 

Lynne Duddy, Founder of Portland Story Theater, opens the evening of live storytelling with some of Portland’s best storytellers converging on stage for a night of bicycle stories at the Clinton St. Theater. 

Get lost in their adventures, feel their pain and laugh at the wild antics that make biking so incredible. 

Advance Tickets $8

May the narrative be with you,
Lawrence, Lynne, and Penny
Portland Story Theater, Inc.