This weekend only! Friday and Saturday, Portland Story Theater presents TALES OF TERROR at The John Palmer House. This is a rare opportunity to see the beautiful and historical (and reputedly haunted!) John Palmer House, which is now privately owned and not normally open to the public.
This promises to be a remarkable experience, and it may be exactly what you need to remind yourself of the ancient power that Halloween holds. We hope that you will consider joining us.
Four great storytellers share some hair-raising tales for your listening pleasure. Come hear the tale of Mary Culhane and her fateful walk through the graveyard; the story of Adam Livingstone and the strange doings in the Shenandoah Valley; the legend of the dark things that pulled the Moon down, down into the deep dark of a watery grave; and the tale of Irene Marlowe's insanity.
Here's your chance to support two incredible groups in the Portland, Oregon area: Portland Story Theater and NestShare. This is a FUNDRAISER and all proceeds will benefit Portland Story Theater and NestShare.
May the narrative be with you,
Portland Story Theater
Who: Portland Story Theater with special guests Sharon Knorr and Will Hornyak
What: Tales of Terror at the John Palmer House
Where: John Palmer House, 4314 N. Mississippi, Portland, Oregon
When: Friday and Saturday October 29 and 30th, 2010. Doors open at 7:30, stories begin at 8:00; no late seating
Tickets (Sliding scale, $35 to $50):