“Ducks in a Row” featuring Amy Martin

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Storyteller: Amy Martin

Amy Martin inadvertently gets mixed up with a band of criminals when trying to rescue her lost dog.

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“Ducks in a Row” featuring Joel Page

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Storyteller: Joel Page

Joel Page witnesses the slow and painful downfall of a group of former debate kids.

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“Ducks in a Row” featuring Lisa Johnson Mitchell

Theme: “Ducks in a Row”
Storyteller: Lisa Johnson Mitchell

Lisa Johnson Mitchell shares the winding path to discovering and managing her OCD.

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“Ducks in a Row” featuring James Dolan

Theme: “Ducks in a Row”
Storyteller: James Dolan

James Dolan reflects on the time in his youth when he tried to get his act together by selling weed.

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“Ducks in a Row” featuring Valerie Grimes

Theme: “Ducks in a Row”
Storyteller: Valerie Grimes

Valerie Grimes shares how a dark time in her personal life led to an unexpected second act in her career.

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“Ducks in a Row” featuring Blake Friis

Theme: “Ducks in a Row”
Storyteller: Blake Friis

Blake Friis makes a valiant attempt to restore his broken relationship with his wild little brother and in turn learns about himself.

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Oral History: “Lost in Translation”

Oral Fixation hit the Dallas Museum of Art with a buzzy sold-out show for over 500 attendees featuring knockout stories from a very diverse cast of North Texas immigrants! 

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Please enjoy this recap of the evening: 

Horchow Auditorium at the Dallas Museum of Art was so packed that over 100 guests watched the show via live simulcast from the C3 Theatre across the hall.  This Arts & Letters Live & DMA Late Night event brought a massive crowd into the museum.

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“Ducks in a Row” featuring Amanda Woodard

Theme: “Ducks in a Row”
Storyteller: Amanda Woodard

Amanda Woodard shares how learning how to ride a bicycle as an adult changed her perspective.

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Our Eyes Are Fixed On: Belma Islamovic

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Belma Islamovic, lover of the smell of fresh air & flowers, will make her debut on the Oral Fixation stage in “Lost in Translation” Friday night!

Belma Islamovic was born in Mostar, Bosnia in 1974 and has two younger sisters.  Her formal education was paused in her junior year of high school by the civil war in her nation.  At age 18, she became a Medivac’d refugee in Abilene, Texas.  She now lives with her mother and father in Richardson. 

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