Hi Friend of PST, 
It's Wednesday. You're probably at work reading your personal email because you're bored. Bored our of your mind. Bored because you spend an inordinate amount of time wading through a relentless surge of soul-less facts.
Well, we've got the perfect remedy to rev up your sense of wonder: Singlehandedly
This Saturday the show is guaranteed to blow any memories of soul-less boredom right out of your mind. 
Cory Huff tells the true story of achieving greatness in spite of, among other things, tearing off the side of his family's home (the trailer) with a handy-dandy back hoe. His tale? 
Mormon Redneck Thespian
Ryan Wolf Stroud takes us on a real-world journey through the inner workings of his family of origin, homesteaders in Alaska. You'll experience the thrill of nature against a backdrop of loneliness, family secrets, and the search for belonging. Before it's all over, you'll understand That's Why We Pray.  
That's right, just cruise on over to Singlehandedly; it's a festival of exceptional, high-quality, what some might call 'kick-ass' stories. Real. True. Stories.
It all happens over at Hipbone Studio, NE 18th and E Burnside. Doors 7 pm, show 8 pm, $15 Advance | $20 Door. (18+ only) Save $5 on your tickets if you buy them in advance at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/e/233081.
Check out the entire lineup (April 27-May11) on the festival page. And if you buy by Friday, you can get a 5-Night Pass at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/e/233321 and save a bunch of dough. 
See you there!
Lynne, Lawrence, and Penny
Singlehandedly is funded in part by a generous project grant from the Regional Arts and Culture Council.