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Portland Story Theater

Listen to podcasts of live storytelling shows at Portland Story TheaterPortland Story Theater is on InstagramFollow Portland Story Theater on TwitterFollow Portland Story TheaterWatch Portland Story Theater videos of live storytelling

Stories on YouTube

Watch Portland Story Theater videos of live storytellingYou can enjoy hours of wonderful personal stories on our YouTube Channel PDXStoryTheater. Subscribe and you can be notified whenever a new story is uploaded. Here's Mark Cooper tellingOn The Verge of Possibility” This story recounts the last few weeks of Mark's high school days, and the dramatic effect that an experience has had on his life ever since. Mark is a professional investor and a purveyor of dry wit. His career has taken him from Westwood to Wall Street to the Willamette. He grew up in the flatlands of Central California.

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At our last Urban Tellers® show, Amanda Starr shared her story about deciding to have a baby or not, "Bill, My Uterus, and Me." It's up on  SoundCloud on our channel PDXStoryTheater that feeds into iTunes. We are so excited to be on iTunes. We have over 150 stories ready for your listening pleasure and we'd love to start going up in the ranks. That's where we can use your help. Simply go to iTunes here and download a story, subscribe, or give us a review. We'd appreciate anything you can do to help us grow.

June 2015
Dear Friend of PST, Every summer has its own story and this summer, we're making history by wrapping up the first full year at our new home, the Alberta Abbey, while also delivering Podcasts on iTunes, and building a vibrant collection of personal narratives on our YouTube channel. Your love of story is what sustains us and we're ready to give back to you with another season of great story theater, new short-form storytelling workshops (90-minute and one-day) along with our ever-popular 8-session Art of Personal Narrative.  It's all about the story we're creating together.
Urban Tellers®, Saturday, June 13, 2015, 8 PM at the Alberta Abbey
Click here to buy tickets Click here to buy ticketsMark your calendars for our next Urban Tellers® on Saturday, June 13th. It's our monthly showcase of real, true stories. Featuring: Daniel LaForce, Marcia Haque, Corrine Ranard,  Heidi Yorkshire, Raahi Reddy, and Peggy Doherty. You'll hear about extremists, bullies, nutty girlfriends, crazy dads, and mixed-up moms... among other things!  $15 Advance Tickets. $18 at the door. Portland Story Theater also participates in the ARTS FOR ALL PDX program, which allows holders of the Oregon Trail Card to buy $5 tickets at the door (limit 2). All shows 21+  Beer and Wine available for sale when the doors open at 7PM.
New 90-Minute Storytelling Workshop 
Portland Story Theater + TEDx = Story LoveClick here to sign upWe will continue to offer our 8-session Art of Personal Narrative workshop but we also want to offer something new, something short and sweet. We're partnering with TEDxMtHood to offer a 90-minute Adventure in Storytelling. This action-packed workshop is designed to help you clarify and articulate your story ideas and gain more confidence to put these into practice. Sign up today up today to take advantage of the $15 early-bird pricing. It all happens on Wednesday, September 9th, 7pm over at the Alberta Abbey. Come play and build your storytelling skills with the TEDx community!
May the narrative be with you!®
Lawrence, Lynne, and Penny
Portland Story Theater, Inc.

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Alberta Abbey, home to Portland Story TheaterPortland Story Theater is proud to call Alberta Abbey our home. It's an up-and-coming creative space for performances and events in NE Portland, located just two blocks west of MLK with free off-street parking and wheelchair accessibility. The Alberta Abbey houses a collection of artists and creatives, including PDX Jazz, Maverick Main Stage Productions, Penny's Puppet Productions, Mercy McNab Photography, and The Attic Creative Collective. Plan your next event there!