Too Many Cooks



Date: Wednesday, November 25th, 2015
Time: 8pm-9:30pm
Location: Dallas City Performance Hall
2520 Flora St, Dallas TX 75201

“Too Many Cooks” will be held at 8pm on Wednesday 11/25 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.


Maria Fisher
Jim Kuenzer
Lara Hastings Laschen
Amy McCarthy
Sally Salas
Michael Serrapica


The originality of Dallas’ live storytelling series Oral Fixation (An Obsession with True Life Tales) makes Dallas more special. Don’t miss the opportunity to share our holiday offering with friends and family in from out of town. This PG13 evening of true, personal stories at Dallas City Performance Hall on Wednesday, November 25th at 8pm centers on the theme “Too Many Cooks”. Show off the stunning Dallas Arts District the night before Thanksgiving. You’ll feel much better stuffing yourself silly the next day if you’ve had a great culture fix as an appetizer.

Sneak Peek of Stories

Avoiding PE class, Paste Magazine assistant food editor Amy McCarthy stumbles upon a love for the culinary arts. Caught in a flood, Lara Laschen learns that maybe handling a crisis solo ain’t so bad. Pints & Quarts general manager Maria Fisher takes us back to her teen years working with some crazy cooks in her parents’ restaurant.  Bronx born-and-bred Michael Serrapica reveals how Italians do Thanksgiving. As a stepmother from a vastly different cultural background as her husband’s family, Sally Salas must find a way to reconcile their conflicting approaches to raising her beloved stepdaughter.  Funnyman Jim Kuenzer returns with a spontaneous college road trip tale highlighting just how clueless a gang of coeds can be.  This sweet and funny show touches on the varying dynamics of sharing a kitchen as a metaphor for life.

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No writing or performing experience is necessary but stories must be true and on theme. For details and deadlines, visit Follow us on Facebook and Twitter!


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