Portland Story Theater
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.
Tickets at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/producerevent/127956?prod_id=5949
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):