Tickets $15 in advance | $18 at the door | $5 Arts for All PDX
Dear Friend of PST,
Please note: our Immigrant & Refugee Edition of Urban Tellers is on FRIDAY, APRIL 6th. Our last email said Saturday by mistake... Spring fever must have taken control of our brains ;-) Our apologies. It's Friday, April 6th!!! Here's the original email with the correct day:
Spring brings renewal and hope for a better tomorrow. It is the perfect time to experience Portland Story Theater and restore your spirit. Join us. Connect to your urban community through real, true stories.
Don't miss our next Urban Tellers® show, the Immigrant & Refugee Edition. It's happening downtown at The Old Church on April 6th. If you're part of our Narrative Network, you are so invited to our field trip on April 26th. Do you or someone you know live in Bend? Great. Make sure they don't miss Polar Opposites on April 14th.
Urban Tellers® | Immigrant & Refugee Edition
If you're wanting to connect in a real way with immigrants and refugees who now call Portland home, be sure to come to our April 6th Urban Tellers®. Our goal is to humanize and build connection within our urban community. You can make a difference by listening to the personal stories of these good people.
This is Portland Story Theater's third edition of this special program and we are very excited to have Guatemala (Bernal Cruz-Munoz), Ethiopia (Nyimoch Choul Wel), India (Preethi Srinivas), China (Jiao Liu and Qin Xia) and Mexico (Enrique Andrade) represented.
The show will be FRIDAY, APRIL 6th at The Old Church, 1422 SW 11th Avenue (11th & Clay). Get your tickets today!
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$15 Advance | $18 Day of Show | $5 Arts for All PDX
Saturday, April 14th in Bend, Oregon!
Lawrence Howard, Armchair Adventurer
This show received rave reviews at its premiere in Portland and now we're bringing it to the Cascades Theatre in Bend! Doors 6:30 pm. Show at 7. Polar Opposites recounts heroic and tragic events in Antarctica one hundred years ago. Scott and his four companions fought their way to the Pole only to find the Norwegian flag flying there: Amundsen had beaten him by five weeks. Crushed by disappointment, utterly exhausted and short on food and fuel, Scott and his companions froze and starved to death on the return journey, just eleven miles from a huge cache of provisions and supplies. This a tale of the agony and the ecstasy, of accomplishment and failure, of a glorious victory overshadowed by an even more glorious defeat. Bob Hicks of Oregon Arts Watch wrote a beautiful review, Peril on ice: an Antarctic tragedy. Read it here.
Join the Narrative Network and help Portland Story Theater share great stories, build genuine connections in our urban community, and have a great time doing it!
Portland Story Theater’s 2016-2017 Season is generously supported by The McIvor Family Charitable Fund; Tonkon Torp; Diane Ponti and Ward Greene; Ronni Lacroute; Polk Family Charitable Fund; John Moe; Dana and Steve Dennis; members of the Portland Story Theater Board, Founders' Circle, and Narrative Network, and many other individual supporters, as well as by the Oregon Community Foundation; The Collins Foundation; James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation; Meyer Memorial Trust; The Kinsman Foundation; The Autzen Foundation; NW Natural Gas; and The Oregon Cultural Trust. Thank you!
May The Narrative Be With You!®
Lawrence and Lynne
Portland Story Theater
Portland Story Theater’s 2016-2017 Season is generously supported by The McIvor Family Charitable Fund; Tonkon Torp; Diane Ponti and Ward Greene; Polk Family Charitable Fund; Dana and Steve Dennis; members of the Portland Story Theater Board, Founding Circle, and Narrative Network, and many other individual supporters, as well as by the Oregon Community Foundation; The Collins Foundation; James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation; Meyer Memorial Trust; The Kinsman Foundation; The Autzen Foundation; NW Natural Gas; and The Oregon Cultural Trust. Thank you!
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