Nightly Admission: $15
4-Night Pass: $48
Festival Pass for All 7 Nights: $75
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All Shows at Hipbone Studio
1847 East Burnside in Portland, Oregon
[corner of NE 18th & E Burnside]
Doors 7:30 PM, Curtain 8:00 PM
2011 Singlehandedly! Performance Schedule
Friday, April 22 Ryan Wolf Stroud, auGi, Lynne Duddy
Saturday, April 23 Kristin Olson-Huddle, Brad Clark, Joseph Boyd
Friday, April 29 Kristin Olson-Huddle, Lawrence Howard, Enrique Andrade
Saturday, April 30 Sharon 'Shay' Knorr, Enrique Andrade, Joseph Boyd
Friday, May 6 Ryan Wolf Stroud, Brad Clark, Enrique Andrade
Saturday, May 7 Sharon 'Shay' Knorr, auGi, Niko Moe
Friday, May 13 Slash Coleman, Lynne Duddy, Lawrence Howard
7-Night Festival of Story Goodness
Opens this weekend!
Seats are still available, but by Friday, who knows?
Don't miss this incredible opening weekend of the festival.
Hello friends and fans of Portland Story Theater, The taxes are done and the refund check is in the mail, so come on down to Hipbone Studio for the opening weekend of our solo festival, Singlehandedly!
There is something really magical that happens when a lone performer holds the stage and singlehandedly creates an entire universe with nothing more that the power of words. The festival kicks off this coming Friday night with three of your favorite peformers:
PST co-founder Lynne Duddy premieres "Dammit, I'm Irish," a tale about rabble-rousers and green birthday cakes and orphan trains and the island of saints and scholars. It's about the quintessential Irishman, St. Patrick himself. It's about the search for identity and the universal need to belong.
Portland's SexyNurd, auGi, performs "Teenage Commando," a tale of misguided youth in camouflage. It's about what happens when Napoleon Dynamite meets Rambo. It's about fourteen smashed mailboxes and a high-speed chase. It's about the raid on the high school that went terribly, terribly wrong.
Finally, Ryan Wolf Stroud is gonna rock the house with his first feature-length piece, "The Most Beautiful Place On Earth." It's about growing up in the remote wilderness of Alaska. It's about isolation and loneliness and longing. It's about crazy mountain men and hermits. It's about the shape-shifting spirit that takes you down to the bottom of the ocean. It's about discovering the meaning of a name. It's about how the world is made of stories.
Then on Saturday, the 23rd, we'll have Big Brad Clark telling "Once In a Lifetime," a story about the one that didn't get away; Joseph Boyd telling "Resurrection," a tale that stretches all the way back to his great-great grandfather and the Civil War; and Kristin Olson-Huddle with her first feature-length piece, "Going On," about a truly extraordinary thing that happened when she was six and how it changed her life forever.
May the narrative be with you!