Singlehandedly: 7 nights!
Portland Story Theater presents Singlehandedly, a festival of solo performances that runs April 23rd, 24th, May 1st, 7th, 8th, and closing with a story slam on May 14th.
After hitting "emotional paydirt" with their first solo performance festival in 2009, Portland Story Theater is back for another round with Singlehandedly 2010. Featuring performers from near and far, six nights of Singlehandedly deliver two full-length solo shows for one low ticket price. Every night is different -- it's a festival of opening nights! The festival wraps up on Friday, May 14th with a special Story Slam of 10-minute pieces featuring 10 of Portland's most exciting new voices.
Actor Sharon Knorr performs It Takes Two To Tango, one woman's journey through the perilous challenge of dance, relationships, and life.
PST co-founder Lawrence Howard of Armchair Adventurer fame delivers a birdseye view of growing up Jewish in New York with The Adventures of Huckleberry Horowitz.
auGi performs SexyNurd: Rockstar Trapped in a "Nurd's" Body, written by auGi + Pema Teeter. SexyNurd is a one-man, autobiographical comedy/drama/rock musical about being trapped by your limitations -- real and perceived -- and the colorful ways one boy survived his adolescent dreams to eventually learn it is only our perceptions that limit us.
Puppeteer Penny Walter cracks open the real life of a professional children's entertainer and the crazy stuff that happens in Out Of The Box.
Veteran Portland storyteller Will Hornyak tells a true story of the people of Peru in their battle for justice and political freedom.
UK-based performer Taru Sinclair joins Singlehandedly to ask, "Are we pulled by the future or pushed by the past?" in her new piece, We Are Such Things. The Mercury calls Sinclair "simply magnetic." (August 2008)
Don Kern, creator and producer of ScratchPDX, brings us tales of complicated relationships and surreal situations.
Professional sports mascot Jordan Herskowitz dons the furry purple cow suit to share his autobiographical piece Growing Up Jordy Pordy, a story about self-identity, family, Judaism in Texas, organ donation, and the strength of the human spirit.
PST co-founder, narrative artist and Portland native Lynne Duddy delivers a humorous and poignant piece about an Irish-Catholic girl who makes good growing up in the City of Roses.
Don't miss a moment of the 2010 Solo Performance Festival. It's a festival of opening nights and we can't wait to see you there!
1847 East Burnside
Portland, OR 97214
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|