friends and fans of
Portland Story Theater
First of all, we want to thank everyone who came to see or is planning to see Lawrence Howard tell "Shackleton's Antarctic Nightmare." Every show is sold out! Lawrence was reviewed by the Oregonian. If you haven't seen this review, here's a link: http://tinyurl.com/ak57sz
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Coming right up... Our Valentine's Day Show
Smitten! Four shows only. Get your tickets today
February 13th at 8 pm, February 14th (two shows) 7 pm and again at 9 pm, and a Sunday matinee on February 15th, 2009 at 3 pm
Some of you already have your tickets, and we thank you! But the rest of you, don't miss out. Seating is limited.
Love is fire, but whether it will warm your heart or burn your house down is sometimes hard to say. Just in time for Valentines Day, Portland Story Theater brings you Smitten! a brand new show that is a collection of intimate and revealing stories about the joys and the struggles, the hopes and disappointments, the failures and the redemptions that await us when love strikes like a bolt from the blue and we just have to deal with it.
From the heart-warmingly tender to the deliciously dark and cynical, from the agony to the ecstasy and all points in between, these are stories about weak-in-the-knees, got-it-bad, burn-your-house-down love.
PST founders Lynne Duddy and Lawrence Howard will be joined in this show by special guest stars Will Hornyak, Concetta Antonelli, and Michael Philips. In addition to three stories--two tandem and one solo--there will be wine and chocolate, singing and dancing, a few good jokes and worldly epigrams, free relationship advice, and even some shameless flirting with the audience.
Make your reservations today for Smitten!
ScratchPDX [at Hipbone Studio] February 7, 2009
In case you don't know, ScratchPDX is a monthly open stage night which provides a venue for performance artists of all genres. Think Ed Sullivan variety show, only live and much cheaper, just $8. Doors opens at 8:30 p.m. Show at 9 p.m. Arrive early to get a good seat; last month's show was standing room only. www.scratchpdx.com
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See you soon!
Portland Story Theater