“Partner In Crime” Featuring Jeffry Farrell

Theme: “Partner In Crime”
Storyteller: Jeffry Farrell

Jeffry Farrell’s tale of his friendship with mentor Kumar Pallana (of Bottle Rocket fame) spanned decades, from the Thanksgiving night they met to the morning Jeffry placed Kumar’s ashes in the Ganges River in India. Filled with life lessons, Jeffry’s story resonated with many in the audience.

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“Partner In Crime” featuring Nicole Fillion-Robin

Theme: “Partner In Crime”
Storyteller: Nicole Fillion-Robin

With a harrowing tale of survival and fighting back against domestic violence, Nicole Fillion-Robin takes the audience from the depths of despair to the heights of empowerment. And when she informed them that her perpetrator now sits in jail, they broke into rapturous applause.

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“Partner In Crime” Featuring Darius Frasure

Theme: “Partner In Crime”
Storyteller: Darius Frasure

Once enmeshed in gang life, English Professor Darius Frasure recounts a turning point in his life where everything changed for him. “With most of my homies dropping out of school, committing suicide, getting locked up or dying,” he realized. “Leaving was the only way to secure my future.”

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“Partner In Crime” featuring Brooke Lancaster

Theme: “Partner In Crime”
Storyteller: Brooke Lancaster

Brooke Lancaster takes audiences on a wild ride with a roommate and best friend that turns out to have a double life on the wrong side of the law. And the way she winds up finding out will really blow you away.

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“Partner In Crime” featuring Lyndol Woodruff

Theme: “Partner In Crime”
Storyteller: Lyndol Woodruff

With a story that begins at age 9, Lyndol Woodruff chronicles the bad influences that led him into drugs, drinking and delinquency. And then, Lyndol realized, he had become his own bad influence. Announcing 16 months of sobriety on show night, Lyndol received accolades and cheers.

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“Partner In Crime” Featuring Dana Proulx-Willis

Theme: “Partner In Crime”
Storyteller: Dana Proulx-Willis

Published playwright and seasoned performer, Dana Proulx-Willis, recalls not fitting in during junior high, and how finding a partner in crime made all the difference. “We drew pictures of people riding the bikes on the bicycle crossing signs,” she says, recalling some of the duo’s hijinks.

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“Partner In Crime” Featuring Paul Yanez

Theme: “Partner In Crime”
Storyteller: Paul Yanez

Paul Yanez poignantly related how his partner in crime — a shepherd-mix named Ahgee — changed his life. On a road trip that lasted much longer than either anticipiated, Paul and Ahgee were detained by police. Audiences rolled when Paul said, “Ahgee was taken to her own cell for questioning, but luckily, she didn’t talk.”

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“Partner In Crime” Featuring Haven Abedin

Theme: “Partner In Crime”
Storyteller: Haven Abedin

OF veteran Haven Abedin kicked off our “Partner in Crime” show with a sweet and funny tale of bumbling through young love. Her impression of Marilyn Monroe singing “Happy Birthday Mr. President” won the audience’s hearts. And her lesson-learned — that love breaks boundaries — touched us all.

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It’s Showtime: Partner In Crime

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Dallas’ beloved live storytelling series for adults returns tonight with the fourth show of its 5th Season at the stunning Dallas City Performance Hall in the heart of the Arts District. This month’s “Partner in Crime,” theme is the perfect way to spend the night out with that special someone, and show them you really care — even on days that don’t happen to be Valentine’s. It’s a great excuse to hang out with buddies, amigos and BFFLs, too.

THE SHOW:

Oral Fixation’s fifth season, continues with “Partner in Crime,” its first show of 2016. There, eight Dallasites will explore both the literal and the figurative meanings of having a “Partner in Crime,” with tales of friendships, deep bonds and some actual bank robbery for good measure. Needless to say, it’d be criminal to miss out on this rap sheet of storytelling.

THE VENUE:

Have you ever been to our new venue Dallas City Performance Hall?  It is simply amazing. Located at 2520 Flora Street, Dallas, TX 75201, the venue is situated between the Wyly Theatre and One Arts Plaza, across the street from Booker T. Washington High School in the heart of the Arts District.  From the comfortable built-in movie theatre-style seating to the fact you can bring your alcoholic beverages into the theatre to its state of the art lights, video and sound capabilities, it is going to rock your world! Valet and self-parking is available at One Arts Plaza, surface lots on Ross Avenue or park free at a meter on Ross. Surrounding dining options before the shows include Lark on the Park, Proof + Pantry, Savor and Stephen Pyles. You’re going to want to make a habit of catching up with friends at our shows and hitting the town.

TICKETS:

Flex passes and $25 individual tickets can be purchased at the door, by phone at (888) 454-4353, or online through Prekindle. Group and student discounts are available. Students show their ID at the door for $15 tickets.

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