To paraphrase playwright, Tarell Alvin McCraney, “This is theater as community. It is holy theater not because it exalts something on high, but because for the time onstage, the audience and the storyteller are one, and all those people, though each seeing and hearing it slightly differently, are following the same course and going on a journey together.”
On The Road
Dallas Storytelling Festival
First Fridays at The Fremont
2393 NE Fremont
Brews, Bites, Jazz, and Stories
Buy $15 ADV TIX
TIX are $18 day of show
October 7, 2016
November 4, 2016
December 2, 2016
Supported by the Oregon Cultural Trust
Always on first Fridays at The Fremont (October through June).
October 7, November 4, December 2, January 6, February 3, March 3, April 7, May 5, June 2
At Urban Tellers® listeners are invited to embark on a shared experience that is a potent blend of vulnerability and heart. It’s an evening of discovery, connection, and honesty woven together in a tapestry of shared experiences.
Here’s what audiences are saying…
“The experience was truly wonderful. My friend and I enjoyed the stories.” ~Crystal G.
“Loved this experience! I had a fantastic time.” ~Laura A.
“What a wonderful, exciting, and fresh approach to entertainment. I love Portland Story Theater!” ~Juliene L.
Urban Tellers® push the boundaries between storytellers and listeners, as stories filled with compassion and truth leave everyone transformed. The stories people tell at Urban Tellers® are always about something that matters, something that changed them, something that made them who they are. Everyone who hears these stories is also changed – transformed – shaped by the truth of the present moment they share with the storytellers.
Portland Story Theater’s Urban Tellers®
Top Ten of 2014This past year we had the great fortune to work with so many beautiful people who created an amazingly eclectic body of work. There were so many good stories it was almost impossible to narrow it down. But as we begin a new year, we want to share ten of our 2014 favorites with you. These stories — and many others — are available for viewing on our YouTube channel. Many can be downloaded as Podcasts from our new SoundCloud channel. Subscribe to both and don’t miss a thing. Enjoy!
Annie LaGanga, Ex Libris
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Kate Raphael, The Things We Carry
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Daniel LaForce, …My Father’s Son
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