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Sunday, May 13th 8:00  @  Mississippi Pizza

7 Deadly Sins' newest show ROUGH DRAFT will take audiences behind the scenes - and possibly onto the stage - of a live storytelling show. We’ll take volunteers from the audience who have a story they'd like to tell, and together with our audience, host Kahlie Towle, and Celebrity Coach Panel Daria Eliuk, Caitlin Weierhauser and Jason Sauls we'll shape that story into a work of art.

If you've been wanting to try storytelling, ROUGH DRAFT will be a place to find supportive, positive, constructive feedback to give you the confidence to take it to the next level. 

If you're an old pro, ROUGH DRAFT will be a place to hone that story you've been trying to get just right.

Of course, ROUGH DRAFT will also be the place to come hear others tell great stories. 

And because it's a 7 Deadly Sins show, we're also planning on some surprises which should make it a wee bit wild and a whole lot of fun.

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Join special Guest Host Daria Eliuk and storytellers Reba Sparrow, Nikole PutolskiPaul Iarrobino, Denver Olmstead, Pat McCreery, AJ Zimpfer, and Ean Conner at the White Eagle Saloon for Portland most interactive storytelling event: Pants On Fire!

Pants On Fire! features seven storytellers telling the most insane, outrageous, hard-to-believe stories from their own lives. The catch? One of those seven will actually be telling a bald-faced lie - a whopper that never actually happened.  Think you can spot which of our seven storytellers is the liar? If you can, you might win a stay at McMenamin's Edgefield Hotel on us.

Not sure you can which is guess the liar? No worries! There will be other ways to win valuable prizes throughout the evening, including a chance to take on one of your fellow audience members in our Two Truths & A Lie Mano-y-Mano Cage Match.

Even if you don't win, you'll walk away having heard seven of the most wild, outrageous, hard-to-believe stories ever told on a Portland stage -- and six of them will actually be true.

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