The Essex, Friday January 23 and Saturday Janauary 24

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Lawrence Howard, Armchair AdventurerThe Essex created and told by Lawrence Howard
Friday, January 23 and Saturday, January 24
Doors 7 PM | Shows 8 PM
Run time: 120 minutes with intermission
Alberta Abbey, 126 NE Alberta
Beer / Wine available for  21+
 $15 advance / $18 at door 

Advance tickets available until 5PM day of the show. Tickets will also be available when the doors open at 7PM for $18.
The Essex is the real, true story of a Nantucket whaling ship that was rammed and sunk by a sperm whale in the middle of the Pacific Ocean in 1820. This story became the inspiration for Melville'sMoby Dick and Ron Howard's new movie In The Heart of The SeaThe Essex is a World Premiere Project in the Fertile Ground Festival and we do have a limited number of seats set aside for Fertile Ground Festival pass holders. Please make your reservations through the Fertile Ground ticketing
We recommend this program for young adults age 17+ if accompanied by a parent/guardian. 
Do you have a coupon, a Portland Story Theater season pass, or special admission to the show? Do you require special seating because of wheelchair, hearing, or vision? Please drop us an email and let us know which night you're coming. We can't wait to see you! 

All of our Portland shows are at the Alberta AbbeyAlberta Abbey, home to Portland Story Theater
just two blocks west of MLK at 
126 NE Allberta Street
. (Mallory Avenue)
Have your next event at the Alberta Abbey!
Contact Madison Weiss at 503.897.7037

May the narrative be with you®

Lawrence, Lynne, and Penny
Portland Story Theater, Inc.
office: 503 284 2226503 284 2226   
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