Happy New Year!!! 2008 is going to be great. I'm excited because my one-man show, "Shackleton's Antarctic Nightmare," opens in just nine days. I want to say thanks to those of you who have already called to reserve your seats for one of the four performances. Quite a few people have told me they want to see the show, but haven't actually called or emailed to reserve their seats yet. Right now there are still seats left for all four shows, but space at Hipbone Studio is limited and I would hate to have to turn anyone away at the door. So I'm writing to remind you to call or email to reserve your seats now. All of the information is below; just give me a call or send me an email and I'll save you a seat. No need to worry about the $$$ yet -- you can reserve now and then pay at the door on the night of the show. Or if VISA is easier, you can go out to our website, http://www.portlandstorytheater.com, and buy tickets online using Brown Paper Tickets. If you've already reserved, thanks, and please disregard this message. Thanks for your support!!!
Hope to see you all at Hipbone in January.
WHAT: Shackleton's Antarctic Nightmare (WORLD PREMIERE) by Lawrence Howard
8 PM Fridays and Saturdays,
January 11th, 12th, 18th, 19th, 2008
Doors open at 7:30; Curtain at 8:00 pm
WHERE: Hipbone Studio, 1847 E Burnside, #104 in Portland
TICKETS: $12.00 (General Seating) includes complimentary snacks; non-alcoholic beverages available for purchase
or purchase online through Brown Paper Tickets on our website www.portlandstorytheater.com
ABOUT Portland Story Theater: Shackleton's Antarctic Nightmare is the first in a series of four solo performances for the 2008 season. Shackleton's Antarctic Nightmare is PST’s ninth major production in Portland. Portland Story Theater, brain child of Lynne Duddy, was launched in 2003 to bring the urban community together for a unique performance experience, telling tales that stimulate the mind and rouse the heart. Past productions have included Love, Death, and Other Scary Stuff; All the Wrong Places; Beginner's Luck; Everybody's Got One; Who Am I And Where Is My Coffee?; And Then The Bed Broke!; Always Say Yes; and Licking the Plate.
Portland Story Theater
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