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The Moth Mainstage

PENELOPE BASS
7:30 pm., Tuesday February 05 | $20-$72.50.
 
The Moth brings writers, comedians, actors and regular folks to the stage and gives them 10 minutes to tell their life stories—no scripts or cue cards. The New York City literary event is returning to Portland by popular demand and will feature stories by Cheryl Strayed, Sarah Ryan Knox, Satori Shakoor and several others, with Ophira Eisenberg hosting. Get those tickets quickly!

Where: Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Phone: 248-4335
Address: 1037 SW Broadway
Website: www.pcpa.com

 
 
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