Partner In Crime
Location: Dallas City Performance Hall
2520 Flora St, Dallas TX 75201
“Partner In Crime” will be held at 8pm on Tuesday 2/2 at the Dallas City Performance Hall, 2520 Flora St, Dallas TX 75201, in the Arts District. Valet and self-parking is available at One Arts Plaza or park free at a meter on Ross. Flex passes and $25 individual tickets can be purchased at the door, by phone at (888) 454-4353, or online via PreKindle. Group and student discounts are available. This show is made possible thanks to WORDSPACE.
What better way to break into 2016 than to nab some tickets, mark your calendars, and together with your accomplices, plan an escape to Dallas City Performance Hall for Tuesday, Feb 2nd, when Big D’s dynamic live storytelling series for adults presents “Partner in Crime”? We’re kicking if off big and broad: gangsters, bank robbers, armored truck heists, first loves, best friends, acid-dropping golfers, middle-school shoplifting, and a four-legged accessory after the fact. The evidence is in and the jury has ruled—on this crew, you can make bank. $25 individual tickets are on sale now! Keep an eye out for more info: storyteller profiles will be published in coming weeks. Don’t miss this show!
Sneak Peek of Stories
Jeffry Farrell recalls his very special relationship with the late Kumar Pallana, former world-class plate-spinner, owner of Cosmic Cafe and actor who went on to star in films by Wes Anderson and Steven Spielberg such as “The Royal Tenenbaums,” “Bottle Rocket” and more. Darius Frasure lives soaked in the gangster life—where fighting, guns, and death are every day occurrences. Finding a partner who truly “gets her,” Haven Abedin puzzles over love and destiny. Lyndol Woodruff and his running buddy Cody can’t seem to catch a break; could stealing, doing drugs, and repeatedly going to jail have something to do with it? Hanging in New Orleans coffeehouses, welder Brooke Lancaster bonds with a coworker who seems to know a lot about planning a heist. Dana Proux-Willis and her fellow eighth-grade criminals become masters of middle-school mayhem. Escaping a frighteningly abusive relationship, Nicole Fillion-Robin finds solace in the most unlikely of places. Simply trying to get home to Texas, Paul Yanez and his dog Ahgee stall out in a Colorado junkyard.
Submit for Season 5
“Pulling Teeth” Wednesday, April 13th, 2016
“Icing on the Cake” Tuesday, May 10th, 2016
No writing or performing experience is necessary but stories must be true and on theme. For details and deadlines, visit www.oralfixationshow.com/submissions. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter!