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January 13, 2012
 Portland Story Theater
Hi Friend of PST,

Lawrence Howard, Armchair Adventurer in
Everyone is excited about Shackleton's Antarctic Nightmare, the amazing piece of theater that Lawrence has created, directed, and will perform starting this Friday. Some tickets are still available but please don't delay; we want you to be able to enjoy this show and the wonderful montage of historical photos that will once again be on display.

Who: Lawrence Howard
What: Shackleton's Antarctic Nightmare
When: Fridays and Saturdays, January 20, 21, 27, 28 at 8:00 pm 
Where: Hipbone Studio 1847 E Burnside (at NE 18 Avenue) in Portland
Admission: $15 Advance Tickets Only | $20 at the Door           

Lawrence is releasing the double CD, Polar Opposites: Amundsen, Scott and The Race For The Pole for $16. As you may know, December 14, 2011 marked the 100th anniversary of Roald Amundsen reaching the South Pole. This CD completes the Armchair Adventurer Antarctica set, which includes three double-CDs: Shackleton's Antarctic Nightmare: The 1914 Voyage Of The Endurance, Mawson's Mettle: Alone On The Wide Shores Of The World and Polar Opposites: Amundsen, Scott and The Race For The Pole. You can get the set - that's all three double-CDs - for just $40.    

Shackleton's Whiskey And just a reminder... we have only one bottle of Shackleton's whiskey for each show! - that's 25 one-ounce shots - so we have to limit it to one to a customer. This is the masterful recreation of McKinlay's Rare Old Highland Malt Whiskey and if you are among the lucky 25, you will have the pleasure of tasting a bit of history and sample what was one of the finest whiskeys in the world 100 years ago. We will be selling shots when the doors open at 7PM and at intermission for $14 each. If you want to treat your partner or your best friend to this unique experience, we'll sell you two shots for $25.  

May the narrative be with you,

Lawrence, Lynne, and Penny
Portland Story Theater, Inc.
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