PST presents My Favorite PairPortland Story Theater opens its 5th season with their fall ensemble show, My Favorite Pair. Friday & Saturday nights at 8 pm. October 24th, 25th, 31st, and November 1st, 7th, and 8th.

Make your reservations today! Email or call 503.7My Favorite Pair - 10/24, 25, 31 and 11/1, 7, 893.5484. Tickets $12 at the door (cash only!) or buy online using Brown Paper Tickets.

My Favorite Pair: Left and right. Up and down. Soup and sandwich. Day and night. A pair of dice, a pair of aces, a pair to draw two. Mutt and Jeff, Burns and Allen, Abbott and Costello. Yin and Yang. Red high heels! It is certainly true that good things -- or, at least, interesting things -- come in pairs.

Join us at Hipbone Studio this fall as PST regulars Lynne Duddy, Lawrence Howard and Penny Walter regale you with true, personal tales about their favorite pairs. The Tuesday GroupA pair of brand new penny loafers does unexpected damage to the locker room bully; a young girl longs for her very own pair of roller skates; a woman gets the red shoes she wanted, but will she find a way to dance to her own tune? 

We are very lucky to have our favorite improv performers, The Tuesday Group, opening the show. We have no idea what they're going to do, but we do know it's going to be great. Or, at least, unpredictable...

Hipbone Studio, 1847 East Burnside Street, Studio #104
Easy to find, lots of free off-street parking. Map and directions.

Join us when the doors open at 7:30 p.m. for complimentary light snacks, beverages for purchase, and socializing. Performance begins at 8 p.m. sharp. Space is limited, so reserve your seats now. See you there!


ABOUT Portland Story Theater: My Favorite Pair is the opener for PST's 5th season. PST, brain child of Lynne Duddy, and originally created in collaboration with Lawrence Howard, Walt Schaefer, Alton Chung, and Rick Huddle, was launched in 2003 to bring the urban community together for a unique performance experience, telling tales that stimulate the mind and rouse the heart. Past productions have included Love, Death, and Other Scary Stuff; All the Wrong Places; Beginner's Luck; Everybody's Got One; Who Am I And Where Is My Coffee?; And Then The Bed Broke!; Always Say Yes; Licking the Plate; Shackleton's Antarctic Nightmare, featuring Lawrence Howard; Okage Sama De, featuring Alton Chung; On Sale Now!, featuring Rick Huddle; and Dark Matter, featuring Lynne Duddy.

ABOUT The Tuesday Group: The Tuesday Group, influenced by the late Scott Kelman, is a theatrical ensemble that uses improv as their primary development technique to create performance pieces. Last spring they performed their piece, Stimulus Package, for a PST show. They perform in a variety of venues and configurations. Local participants include: Don Kern, Carla Grant, Carlton Grew, Claire Small, Jan Carpenter, Michael Philips, Doug Kagel, Wayne Haythorn, Anet Ris-Kelman, and Kristin Olson. 

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