Wyly Studio Theatre
Date: Monday, April 20th, 2015
Time: 8pm – 9:30pm
Location: Wyly Studio Theatre
2400 Flora Street, Dallas, TX 75201
The Arts District show will be held on Monday 4/20 at Level 6 of the Wyly Theatre, 2400 Flora Street, Dallas, TX 75201. Park underground in the Lexus Silver garage (accessible from Ross on Jack Evans St) or at a meter on Ross. $25 individual tickets and flex subscriptions can be purchased at 2353 Flora Street, (214) 880-0202, or TicketDFW. Group and student discounts are available.
Date: Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015
Time: 8pm – 9:30pm
Location: Texas Theatre
231 W Jefferson Blvd, Dallas, Texas 75208
The Oak Cliff show will be held on Wednesday 4/22 at Texas Theatre, 231 West Jefferson Blvd, 3 blocks from Bishop Arts. Free metered parking is available along Jefferson Blvd after 4pm. Overflow parking is available at the Texas Theatre lot adjacent to the Bank of Texas, at the corner of Madison St and Centre St. $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Tickets available via PreKindle.
It’s the season finale folks! Oral Fixation (An Obsession with True Life Tales) will send off its fourth season with an evening of true, personal tales on the theme, “Happy Camper.” On April 20th at the Wyly Studio Theatre with an encore performance on April 22nd at Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff, both at 8pm, seven Dallasites will share their happy place.
Meet Ken Bethea who quit his corporate gig at age 30 to pursue life as a musician and created the Old 97’s, Randy Brown who found himself deep in the heart of the Grand Canyon without a lifeline, Ryan Gifford-Robinson, a man who works as a counselor at a remarkable camp for disabled youth, Xuan Nguyen, a self-described “weird kid” who finally fulfills her dream of camping at a Vietnamese Catholic retreat, Charles Scudder whose passion for the Goatman ghost story turns into investigative reporting, Melissa Smrekar who learns at a mandatory 8th grade camping trip that “it’s really liberating to say no to shit you hate”, and creator Nicole Stewart who shares how getting kicked out of her summer camp in Colorado taught her it was ok to fail.