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Tickets still available for our new works solo festival, Singlehandedly, that continues this Friday and Saturday with real, true stories
Each solo show only happens once at the festival, so don't miss out. Guarantee your seats by getting your tickets online. If you do decide to just come down, the doors open at 7 pm and tickets are $20 at the door. Shows start at 8 PM. All shows at Hipbone Studio

Friday May 4
Eric Stern shares the story of the man who taught him about opera, and drinking; the man who trained his voice and shaped his artistic life in Plaid Shirt Maestro. Eric founded Vagabond Opera in 2002.

Penny Walter paints a picture of her early idyllic childhood, and how it has prepared her for the most demanding performance of her life in Roots and Wings. Penny is celebrating her 10th anniversary as a professional puppeteer and storyteller. 

Friday May 5
Lynne Duddy tells the story of growing up in N-NE Portland in the 60s and 70s as the world changed around her on both the macro and the micro level in White Girl. Lynne is the co-founder of Portland Story Theater.  

Michele Carlo takes you on a journey from her New York experience, growing up Puerto Rican, to semi-quasi sorta' kinda' fair-to-middling respectable success as a writer and a performer in Fish Out of Agua. Signed copies of Fish Out Of Agua are available for $10 at the show. You can also purchase your copy in advance when you buy your ticket online by choosing Show & Book for $25.  

Check out the entire lineup of artists on the festival page

Also, as a special bonus, we are giving away two pairs of tickets to attend Singlehandedly! on Friday, May 4 and Saturday, May 5, 2012. To win, click here to go to PDX Pipeline, and comment on the post why you’d like to attend and which night. Winners will be drawn and emailed Friday, May 4 at noon. 

May the narrative be with you!

Lynne, Lawrence, and Penny

Singlehandedly is funded in part by a generous project grant from the Regional Arts and Culture Council