Something MoreEver come to that crossroad in life where you just want everything to be more fun, more profound, just more? Are you haunted by that nagging question, “Is this all there is?” I know it’s not just me. I know we’re all searching for something… more.
That’s where Portland Story Theater comes in. It fulfills the ‘more’ of life: a place for sharing, a process for building connection. Something that happens in person — face to face, eye to eye, heart to heart — where people laugh, and cry, and gives everyone that feeling that we are all a part of something… more.
So are you ready for a profoundly connecting human experience? Possibly Portland Story Theater’s best season ever.
Portland Story Theater Turns 12It’s been 11 years of our stories unfolding while thousands of people have listened each other into being and now we’re launching our 12th Season on October 7th over at our new home, The Fremont Theater. It promises to be the most bold, transformative, and thought-provoking season ever. Are you ready for that? Me too!
I did some research and found out that the number 12 is a symbol of cosmic order. This is incredibly encouraging to learn because it turns out that ‘cosmic order’ is a form of positive thinking. What’s your Cosmic Order, your message to the universe?
First Fridays at The FremontWe’re moving our night to first Fridays, just like back in the day, remember that? TGIF! Everyone is ready to get out, get charged, and connect in a real way with real people who are telling real stories, especially after sitting in front of a computer all week.
Halloween Benefit PartyAnd aren’t we all ready to have some fun? That’s where our uber-special Halloween event comes in. Do you remember THE CRAZY HAT parties that we used to have? Well, this is a reincarnation of that fabulous time, only… more! So save the date. This is a benefit for Portland Story Theater, so it’s tax deductible. Pretty cool, eh?
Armchair AdventurerMeanwhile this January, Portland Story Theater is going to be a part of that fabulous city-wide performance festival, Fertile Ground. Once again, Lawrence Howard, the amazing Armchair Adventurer will share another slice of polar history. But this time, he’s going to the Artic, with Nansen of the North. Before Amundsen, before Scott, before Shackleton, there was Fridtjof Nansen, the great Norwegian, the Father of polar travel, the one who showed them all how it could be done.
Double Love for Valentine’sDon’t you just love a good story, especially a good love story? Valentine’s is our longest running show in the history of Portland Story Theater. This coming season, Lawrence and I will host
Kiss & Tell. Eric Stern will play his oud and accordion and sing a few songs. Some of your favorite storytellers will be in the show. Cozy up with your loved ones, grab some wine, and feel the intimacy of these real, true stories.