Lynne Duddy | dark matter

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dark matter

by Lynne Duddy

Part science, part mystery, part cosmic joke, delve into the push and pull of the universe, exploring stuff that we can't see but is definitely there, we think.
Genre: Spoken Word: Storytelling
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1. In the Beginning...
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2. Amazonian Creation Myth
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3. 9 to 4
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4. Vera's Story
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5. Lightning
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6. Into the Mist
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7. Lost and Found
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8. Don't Be Afraid of the Dark...
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9. Emily Post Sings Autumn Shade (feat. Emily Post)
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Storyteller, monologist, narrative artist ... whatever you want to call it, Lynne Duddy tells stories. She's a self-described cross between Laurie Anderson and Linda Barry. She has been described by The Oregonian as “raw, revealing, vulnerable.” Her one-woman show, "Dark Matter," premiered in 2008 before sold-out audiences. She co-founded Portland Story Theater (PST) and creates, performs, and produces story shows at PST every season. Lynne Duddy lives in the beautiful Pacific Northwest and is a member of the National Storytelling Network, the National Speakers Association, the Portland Storytelling Guild, and the American Folklore Society.

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