8 show in 8 months and every single one sold out! Dallas, we hear you. You want to share in the very best in true, personal storytelling and Oral Fixation is here to provide the platform.
Here’s a recap of how we brought it all home “Old School” style:
It’s here folks: the end of the second season of Oral Fixation! We are capping it all off with a night of throwbacks; that’s right, we’re going Old School!
Here’s what you have to look forward to story-wise:
The jovial Mr. Jonathan Schlesinger will be unraveling a tale about growing up at a prep school in England for our last show of Season 2!
Jonathan was born in New York City. He spent the first seven years of his life in South Africa. He went to school in England and attended College in the USA. He lives near White Rock Lake in Dallas with his wife, 2 dogs, 3 cats and 5 chickens. Read more
The hilarious Darek Tatum hits the Oral Fixation stage to tell us about a special church visit in college that has stayed with him ever since!
By day Darek Tatum is a web designer for Half Price Books and a father of identical twin girls. By not day, he’s doing improv at Dallas Comedy House, being generally annoying on Twitter, and still a father to identical twin girls.
The beautiful, Bangladeshi-born Shama Shams will be taking us back to her first moments in America for Old School!
Shama Shams is a mother of two girls, wife, and a writer of nonfiction. She was born and lived in Bangladesh until she was ten. She has a master’s degree in Women in Islam from Florida State University. She works as a Development Director for a nonprofit in McKinney.
Name of your autobiography (if you had one)- I am currently working on a memoir titled “Throw Away Girl.”
If you could meet anyone dead or alive, who? My father because I never really got to know him.
Favorite Dallas hangout-at my home with my husband and our girls.
What do you miss about being a kid?- Climbing coconut trees.
Sneak Peek: “Sometimes the kids left a note on top of my desk for me. I didn’t know what it said but I looked at their drawings. I would draw a smiley face and place it back on top. I attempted to communicate with the outside world without leaving my safe haven.”