We are giving away a pair of tickets to PDX Story Theater presents URBAN TELLERS @ The Old Church Concert Hall on March 2. To win, comment on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed Monday, February 26.
From our sponsors:
PDX Story Theater presents URBAN TELLERS®
March 2, 2018
DOORS/DRINKS/JAZZ 7p | STORIES 8p
$15 Advance | $18 Day of Show | $5 Arts for All PDX
Tickets and More Info: pdxstorytheater.org
The Old Church Concert Hall
SW 11th & Clay (1422 SW 11th), Portland
Experience the Real, True Stories of the People of Portland! Connect to the heart and soul of Portland!
Urban Tellers® is a shared experience that is a potent blend of vulnerability and heart.
Featuring storytellers PENNY WALTER, JIM WAIGAND, LYNN FITCH, STEVE EGGERTS, FRANK ENGEL, and MARY WELCH
Hosted by LYNNE DUDDY & LAWRENCE HOWARD
LIVE JAZZ when the doors open by Tonight’s Special led by Aaron Mattison
The band is HOT! Aaron Mattison (sax) Laurent Nickel (bass) Roger Paulson (piano) Alan Dragon (drums) Bryant Byers (trombone | vocals)
More About URBAN TELLERS®
The stories that people tell at Urban Tellers® are personal narratives shaped by the truth and perspective of the present moment.
Every month, a group of people come together as Urban Tellers® to stand and deliver the real, true stories that they have discovered, crafted, and honed in Portland Story Theater’s Art of Personal Narrative workshop.
The results are highly personal and authentic narratives, told eye to eye, face to face, and heart to heart. You might hear stories about difficult choices, transformational life experiences, or hilarious family interactions. You can expect the results to be authentic, funny and honest.
Produced by Portland Story Theater
Wheelchair accessible. On street parking.
Launched in 2004, Portland Story Theater is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to making the narrative arts an integral part of Portland’s rich cultural identity and is committed to bringing an authentic story and theater experience to inspire, challenge and expand a sense of community in Portland’s urban environment. www.portlandstorytheater.org/