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Portland Story Theater Storytelling Workshops

Art of Personal Narrative

PDX Story Theater Home Studio
Immigrant & Refugee Edition
7 sessions over 5 weeks.
Tuesday Evenings 7-10:30 PM
Art of Personal Narrative

Please check the dates and prerequisites
and then call 503-284-2226
to apply for registration.
Culminates in a performance
before a live audience.

Portland Story Theater's Urban Tellers® Show at the Fremont Theater

Tell Your Story. Be Heard.
Photo by Kelly Nissl of Kate Ristau

Storytelling Bootcamp

Sunday, March 11, 2018
Register: $150
One Day Only. No Performance.

Taste of Storytelling

Saturday, April 28, 2018
Register: $40
Two-Hours. No Performance.


Narrative Network

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Portland Story Theater's Narrative Network

Narrative Network

Be a part of sustaining the work of
Portland Story Theater.

Join the NARRATIVE NETWORK, and help Portland Story Theater share great stories, build genuine connections in our urban community, and have a great time doing it!

Narrative Network Live Storytelling Events

Have fun with other story lovers while supporting Portland Story Theater!
Photo by Scott Bump

Help Portland Story Theater bring heart, humor, and the voices of the People of Portland to the stage and to the air waves.

Your contribution will help us continue building our community through story in 2017 and beyond.

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Thank You to Our Generous Sponsors!

Portland Story Theater’s 2017-2018 Season is generously supported by The McIvor Family Charitable Fund; Tonkon Torp; John Moe; Diane Ponti and Ward Greene; Ronni Lacroute; Polk Family Charitable Fund; Dana and Steve Dennis; members of the Portland Story Theater Board, Founders’ Circle, and Narrative Network, and many other individual supporters, as well as by the Oregon Community Foundation; The Collins Foundation; James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation; Meyer Memorial Trust; The Kinsman Foundation; The Autzen Foundation; NW Natural Gas; Oregon Arts Commission; and The Oregon Cultural Trust.