Portland Story Theater comes to Cascade Locks

For more than 10 years, Portland Story Theater has been leading the way to create a unique fusion of wit and bare-bones emotion expressed on stage. Now they’re bringing it to Cascade Locks with a free one hour live storytelling performance.

The event will take place at the Gorge Pavilion at Cascade Locks Marine Park, 395 S.W. Portage Road, on Saturday, March 5. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; stories begin at 7 p.m. The event is for adults 18 and over, although those 15-17 are welcome if accompanied by an adult.

Portland Story Theater co-founders Lynne Duddy and Lawrence Howard will perform, along with Howard Bulick of Bingen, Leigh Hancock of Hood River, and others. This program is sponsored by a generous grant from the Autzen Foundation and is free and open to the public.

“This is a rare opportunity for us to bring our unique brand of storytelling to the Gorge community, expanding what has become a powerful phenomenon in Portland and around the country,” said Howard.

About Portland Story Theater

Launched in 2004, Portland Story Theater is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to making the narrative arts an integral part of Oregon’s rich cultural identity and is committed to bringing an authentic story and theater experience to inspire, challenge and expand a sense of community among people living throughout the state.

For more information, visit pdxstorytheater.org.

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