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Thank you friends and fans of Portland
First of all, we want to thank
everyone who came to see our fall ensemble show, My Favorite Pair. It was a
great run and we had a lot of fun telling our stories to warm and receptive
audiences. Everyone who saw the show really enjoyed themselves. Thanks so
much for coming out; we couldn't do it without you! Congratulations to Jim
Cser, winner of a pair of Portland Story Theater season passes!
24, 30, & 31, 2009
Back by popular demand! PST is
pleased to announce the return of last year's sold-out solo show: the true,
epic tale of Ernest Shackleton and the voyage of the Endurance, written and
told by Lawrence Howard.
This is the
gripping, heart-breaking, true story of British explorer, Ernest
Shackleton, and the Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914. Shackleton's dream
of being the first to cross the Antarctic continent on foot became a
nightmare when his valiant ship, the Endurance, was crushed in the pack-ice
of the Weddell Sea. The story of how he and the twenty-seven men of the
expedition survived on the ice and eventually came to safety is an epic
tale of hardship and suffering, of courage, determination and
Many who saw the show last year have
said they would come again; many who missed it have begged for a return
performance. Woven with just a touch of personal narrative about Lawrence
and his father and the lifelong passion they shared for the Shackleton
saga, this is a performance that will move you to the depths of your
Four shows only! Get your tickets
If you've already got your tickets, you
If not, you still rock, but don't miss
out. Seating is limited. Make your reservations today for
Shackleton's Antarctic Nightmare.
first time Portland Story Theater is offering gift certificates for its
up-coming shows. Here's your chance to support the arts and treat your
friends, your family or even clients to a unique experience at Portland
Story Theater. At only $12, it's a great gift for live entertainment at
about the same price as a movie; far less than the typical price of theater
tickets. You pay now and your guests get to choose any show in the 2008-09
season that they would like to attend. To buy PST Gift Certificates, please
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
and we'll take care of everything.
February 12, 13, 14 (two shows) & 15, 2009
The Shackleton show will hardly be over before it's
Valentine's Day. We've got a terrific line-up, with a duet by Will Hornyak
& Concetta Antonelli and another by Lynne Duddy & Lawrence Howard -
who knows, you might even see a real-life martial meltdown on the stage -
while Penny Walter and Michael Philips round out the evening with stories
of true love, heartbreak, and the
got away. Remember that woman who was so beautiful it hurt you just to look
at her? Or that man you loved so much you wanted to smite him hip and
thigh? Come see the show; you're sure to be smitten.
$PENT [All shows at Theater!
Theater! back stage]
December 4, 5, 6,
& 11, 12, 13 & 18, 19, 20, 2008
dear friend and PST collaborator, Rick Huddle, is launching his new
show, SPENT. Rick Huddle is back with a new monologue combining
tales of rented polar bears, evil IMF warlords, John Keynes's theory of
economics and Tanya Harding, rolled into one riveting story that's
essential to today's economic crisis. For reservations, call Rick at
503.720.0397 or visit his site at www.rickhuddle.com.
ScratchPDX [at Hipbone
Studio] December 13,
2008Feel free to
spread the word and send this email to everyone you know and a few people
Lynne and Lawrence as they host the December ScratchPDX and deliver a
little sketch comedy, a few limericks, and a couple of funny holiday songs.
In case you don't know, ScratchPDX is a monthly open
stage night which provides a venue for performance artists of all genres.
Think Ed Sullivan variety show, only live and much cheaper, just $8. Doors
opens at 8:30 p.m. Show at 9 p.m. Arrive early to get a good seat; last
month's show was standing room only. www.scratchpdx.com
Hope to see you
Portland Story Theater