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Have you heard of ZipCar ®? Great! Portland Story Theater offers exclusive 2-for-$20 tickets for all Zipsters. Snag 'em now!.
Our day-long storytelling intensive last Sunday proved to be a great experience. We're planning another one for March. This workshop is designed for people who want to work on a story without the pressure of having to perform. It's just one day and it all happens on Sunday, March 20 from 10:30 am to 6:00 pm. Lunch provided. Click here to register!
Alberta AbbeyAlberta Abbey, home to Portland Story Theater, is one of Portland's most unique creative spaces and performance venues. Located two blocks west of MLK at 126 NE Alberta, the Abbey bridges the Alberta Arts District and the Historic Mississippi District. Wheelchair accessible. Free off-street parking. (503) 897-7037
Unscripted. Unafraid. Unlike any other storytelling experience in Portland!
Urban Tellers® pushes the boundaries between teller and audience, as stories filled with compassion and truth leave everyone transformed. Featuring returning crowd favorites Niko Moe, Lynn Fitch and Frank Engel, along with your soon-to-be favorites Bruce Livingston, Samuel Routh, and Mayah Frank. Tickets are available now!
7-8 pm Social Hour
Everyone is welcome at our Social Hour on Saturday, December 12th at the Alberta Abbey. Come at 7 pm when the doors open so you can mingle with the tellers, listen to some great, live, improvisational jazz by Bamberger, Engel, Hines and Eave and have a Ninkasi or a glass of wine. Then at 8pm, listen to the real, true stories of this latest group of Urban Tellers®.
Special City Club Offer
We're extending a special invitation to all members of the City Club of Portland who will receive a free drink with every ticket purchased. Call (503) 284-2226 to get your special code before you buy your tickets.
The Untold Story
This story is going to be a part the city-wide Fertile Ground festival of new works. If you think you have heard the story of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s historic, ill-fated expedition to Antarctica, think again. This year, Lawrence Howard takes the Armchair Adventurer series back to its roots with Shackleton, the story that started it all. For the first time ever, he’ll tell the harrowing story of the Ross Sea Party — those valiant men on the other side of the continent who gave everything they had to lay down the caches of food and fuel along the route — caches that, as it turned out, Shackleton never used.
Festival Passes are $50 and they go on sale on December 1st. The Festival Pass will grant admission to all participating Fertile Ground projects throughout the 11-day festival... for just $50. We ask that you please choose Portland Story Theater from the drop-down menu when buying your Festival Pass so we can receive a small portion of the proceeds. Thank you for your support of Portland Story Theater!
May The Narrative Be With You!®
Lawrence, Lynne and Penny