Writing On The Wall

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SHOW #1:
Wyly Studio Theatre

Date: Monday, March 16th, 2015
Time: 8pm – 9:30pm
Location: Wyly Studio Theatre
2400 Flora Street, Dallas, TX 75201

The Arts District show will be held on Monday 3/16 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.

SHOW #2:
Texas Theatre

Date: Wednesday, March 25th, 2015
Time: 8pm – 9:30pm
Location: Texas Theatre
231 W Jefferson Blvd, Dallas, Texas 75208

The Oak Cliff show will be held on Wednesday 3/25 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.

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On Monday, March 16th at the Wyly Studio Theatre and on Wednesday, March 25th at Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff, both at 8pm, seven Dallasites  boldly faced up to the unshakable truth. This breathtaking show featured a dizzying array of points of view that will wow you. Grab a notebook and a pen and settle in for “Writing on the Wall”!

Meet Rhoni Golden who shares a hysterical tale of the poop-smeared trials of having an autistic child, Rene Rivera who is finally forced to recognize her husband’s mental illness, Haven Abedin who expertly reveals the kindness of strangers after her ailing mother takes a terrible fall, real estate blogger Candy Evans who shares how converting to social media changed the course of her career, Phillip Morales who sources a childhood fight with his discovering his passion for words, Sandra Price who reveals how a childhood spent in foster homes exposed her to graffiti art, and Jane Hardin who takes us back to 1968 when an unplanned pregnancy turned into domestic violence. 

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