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Performances

Storytelling – A vibrant Art

Current  Season in Production

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Three Precious Gifts
Winking At Life's Challenges
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Remember ol' whatsisname?

 Guild shows only $15

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All live shows will be at the Artichoke Cafe, 2007 SE Powell, in Portland.

Enjoy our monthly First Saturday Performances and our PSG EXTRA shows highlighting a single teller. All registrants for the virtual January show and the Guild Extra shows will get an email the day after the performance with a link to watch the recording during the following week.  This is a bonus second chance, or if you missed the evening, you get to enjoy the stories at your leisure.

Want to tell a story? Improve your craft?

Check out our story swaps and workshops

Our plan is for story swaps (through June), workshops and most shows to be live.

All Guild Extra shows will be virtual using zoom

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5 pm Saturday, Apr. 20th  Guild EXTRA Show
Virtual Performance on zoom

THREE PRECIOUS GIFTS
 

April

Mike will share with you six moments in his life that have have helped create who he is as a person. Three moments happened in his childhood and the other three moments were at a most unusual time.

Teller: Mike Devenney
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7:30 pm Saturday, May 11th
Live at the Artichoke Cafe

THE CRONES PRESENT
Winking at Life’s Challenges

May

Who knows how to handle the silly, serious, bizarre, or bawdy challenges that life throws at us better that those who have survived them --and lived to tell the tales?

Tellers: Pam Maben, Julie Strozyk, Barb Fankhauser, and
Anne Penfound
Artichoke
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5 pm Saturday, May 18th  Guild EXTRA Show
Virtual Performance on zoom

REMEMBRANCE AND REDEMPTION:
Little Known Stories of WWII

May

It is not well known that Oregon was attacked by the Japanese in WWII or that there were acts  of reconciliation that followed years later. These are just some of the stories of remembrance and redemption that will be shared.

Teller: Alton Takiyama-Chung:
Artichoke
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7:30 pm Saturday, June 8th
Live at the Artichoke Cafe

THE SARAH HAUSER FESTIVAL of STORIES
Remember 'Ol Whatsisname?
Spinning stories from a common thread

June

Was it Rumpelstiltskin? Or Tom-Tit-Tot? Or maybe it was Whuppity Stoorie?

Experienced tellers spin diverse versions of this age-old tale.

A LOES production

Tellers: Anne Penfound, Steven Henegar, Eric Foxman, Barbara Fankauser, Pam Maben, and Janice Alexander.
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