A Spicy Valentine’s Day with True Stories of Romance
[PORTLAND, OR ‒ February 13, 2015] ‒ Blissful couples, sweet singles, and happily marrieds are all welcome this February at Kiss & Tell, Portland Story Theater’s annual ode to St. Valentine. Whether you bring a date or enjoy the evening solo, this is the perfect alternative to the typical Valentine’s dinner date. You’ll enjoy wine and chocolate, live jazz music, raffle prizes, and a photo booth along with the main event: stories of real love and romance woven together in a funny, sexy, and intimate evening of story theater.
Advance Tickets: Portland Story Theater
Tickets $15 in advance | $18 at the door | $5 Arts for All PDX
Kiss & Tell
Portland Story Theater presents
Kiss & Tell, the perfect way to get in the mood for V-Day!
Saturday, February 13, 2016
7 pm Improvisational Jazz (Doors Open)
8 pm Stories
126 NE Alberta (2 blocks west of MLK)
Kiss & Tell will take place on Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 8:00 pm at Alberta Abbey, which is located 2 blocks west of MLK at 126 NE Alberta St, Portland, Oregon 97211. Doors open with improvisational jazz from Bamberger, Engel, Hines and Eave at 7pm, with stories at 8pm. Tickets for the event may be purchased online and are $15 advance and $18 at the door. This show is 21+ only.
Portland Story Theater co-founders Lynne Duddy and Lawrence Howard (real-life partners who have been blissfully married for 34 years) will perform with Vagabond Opera founder and accordion player extraordinaire, Eric Stern; plus Portland Story Theater favorites Amanda Starr, Warren McPherson, and Raahi Reddy. Appearing again as this year’s “Valentine Vixen,” selling raffle prizes and adding to the lively spirit, is the brilliant and charming Smitha Chadaga. Duddy and Howard promise a plethora of music, laughter, and true stories that celebrate love and romance at all stages of life – from the awkward teenage years, to dating as an adult, to the jumble of married life. Something for everyone!
“What we love about Kiss & Tell is the authenticity,” says Portland Story Theater Co-Founder Lawrence Howard. “Finding and keeping romance isn’t easy – there are moments of agony, ecstasy, and sometimes you can’t tell which is which! Our storytellers’ tales connect the audience to these universal experiences. It’s an evening of entertainment that’s funny, poignant, sexy, and most of all, true.”
Portland Story Theater is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization which strives to make the narrative arts an integral part of Portland’s rich cultural identity. Founded in 2004, the organization is committed to bringing an authentic story and theater experience to enrich, inspire, challenge and expand Portland’s urban environment through the narrative arts. For more information, visit pdxstorytheater.org.