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Columbia Center for the Arts offers a wide variety of performing arts events, including music, films, literary events, lectures, dance performances, book discussions, and other special events through our CCA Presents department. Throughout the year CCA Presents offers audiences the chance to experience a full array of challenging, fun, thought-provoking entertainment. We are dedicated to providing experiences that touch the heart, challenge the intellect, and spark conversation.

Storytelling Bootcamp
Check out our new workshop offering, a day-long intensive that includes lunch.  There’s no pressure to perform, just a chance to do some fast and fun story work together! We’ll help you identify story source material, work on the elements of story, and break into smaller groups to share your ideas.
Storytelling Bootcamp WorkshopThis one will be great for folks who want to work on a story they have in mind but aren’t ready to get up on stage and tell it to the world, or simply can't make a big time commitment. We’re targeting this one for a 20+ participants and the first session is scheduled for 10:30 am, Sunday, November 22, 2015

Ticket Discounts
Don't forget that you can get a DISCOUNT if you buy tickets to 3, 5, or even 7 different performance dates to any Portland show!  
3 for $40 | 5 for $65 | 7 for $90
  To take advantage of this special ticket pricing, simply click Continue Shopping after you've made your first selection so you can choose a different performance date and get the discount.

Alberta Abbey, home to Portland Story Theater
Remember, all our Portland shows are at the Alberta Abbey, just two blocks west of MLK at 126 NE Alberta. Free off-street parking and wheelchair accessibility.  

Dear Friend of PST, Don't miss out! Buy your tickets today to see Founders, Friends & Faves at the Columbia Center for the Arts (CCA) in Hood River this Friday, September 25th! Advance tickets are only $15. Show starts at 7:30 but come early and mingle with the storytellers. Thanks to Arts Watch, you can read a wonderful review of this show by Christa Morletti McIntyre.
Columbia Center for the Arts Presents
Founders, Friends & Faves
Click here to buy ticketsHood River
Friday, September 25
Show 7:30 pm | General Admission
Columbia Center for the Arts presents Portland Story Theater Photo Credit: Ó Dubhda

Real, true stories about: Memory versus reality. Death by 7,200 volt shock. The show backstage. Mr. Mom gone wrong. Adventure Boy meets Portland Girl. Abandoned in the mud. Told by founders Lawrence Howard and Lynne Duddy, along with  Warren McPherson, John Mink, and local favorites Leigh Hancock and Howard Bulick.

Spellbound at the Alberta Abbey
Portland Story Theater's Halloween Gathering: Spellbound (October 24, 2015)Portland Story Theater’s Spellbound takes the tradition of telling scary stories to the next level. Crafted to conjure the spirit of All Hallow’s Eve, listeners will be drawn into tales of the strange, eerie, and genuinely frightening. The Alberta Abbey is the perfect setting for an evening of storytelling surrounding the unsettling and spooky occurrences we all have that can't easily be explained... The mysterious memories that haunt you in the night as you lie in bed, awakened by a dream... Click here to buy tickets
Get tickets today! Hosted by Sam A. Mowry and featuring Tim Stapleton, Mary Welch, Amanda Trudell, Annie la Ganga from Austin, along with Founders Lawrence Howard and Lynne Duddy. House band: Bamberger, Engel, Hines, and Eave with special musical guests Meoneo from Bonn, Germany.
May the narrative be with you®
Lawrence and Lynne
Portland Story Theater, Inc.

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