Dear Friend of PST, If you were one of the lucky ones who came toThe Essex, we want to thank you! Please take a moment to read the review by Oregon ArtsWatch. It's fabulous! And we want to invite you to a couple of fantastic shows coming up in February. You'll hear brand new personal stories every time. We can't wait to see you!
Screaming on the tarmac. Fearing that you'll miss your father's funeral. Sobbing in the fetal position under the vegetables at Whole Foods. Forgiving your father. Radical cheerleading!
What do all these things havein common? You'll find out when you hear the extraordinary stories of ordinary people at this month's Urban Tellers show.
The February show features Donna Zerner, Raahi Reddy, Jeremy Lucas, Jessica Joy, Michelle Reynolds, Sabina Haque. Hosted by Lynne Duddy and Lawrence Howard. 21+
Join the BTA at the Alberta Abbey for their 5th annual Live the Revolution event. It's a bicycle-themed storytelling fundraiser that benefits the Bicycle Transportation Alliance’s Safe Routes to School education program. For the past four years, Sugar Wheel Works has been celebrating its anniversary with this great event as a way to inspire the next generation to ride! This year, Portland Story Theater is coaching the storytellers:
$15 TIX until 5PM on day of show
7PM-8PM TIX are $18 at the door
Saturday, February 14
Kiss & Tell is the Valentine's show with something for everyone, including wine and chocolate!
Whether you are happily coupled up or still lookin' for love in all the wrong places, Portland Story Theater has a story for you.
With fresh, new stories of love, Portland Story Theater will take you from the Eiffel Tower to the horse races; from the Trevi Fountain to the Beaver State; from the ecstasy to the agony and all stops in between.
Truly the best Valentine's date in all of Portland, even if you come by yourself.
Featuring Smitha Chadaga, our Valentine's Vixen with storytllers Lynne Duddy, Lawrence Howard, Leigh Hancock, Kriya Kaping, and accordion virtuoso Eric Stern, of Vagabond Opera fame, because nothing says "love" like accordion music.
Come one,come all; just come! Saturday, February 14, at the Alberta Abbey, 126 NE Alberta Street (just two blocks west of MLK). Doors at 7PM, show at 8 PM. Tickets just $15 in advance (no fee!), $18 at the door. General seating. Complimentary appetizers, beer and wine for sale when the doors open.
Lawrence, Lynne, and Penny
Portland Story Theater, Inc.
PORTLAND STORY THEATER, Inc.
office: 503 284 2226503 284 2226
mailing: 3333 NE 15th Avenue,
Portland, OR 97212
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Photos and artwork by O'Dubhda
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