Submit Now For Our Next Show: “Partner In Crime”



What does it mean?

– A criminal accomplice, or a close associate of another. (source: Wiktionary).

– someone who you do something with, especially something that other people do not approve of. (source: Macmillan Dictionary).

someone who assists in a plot. (source:

Example Sentences:

We always get in trouble together. you’re my partner in crime!

Whew, I’m glad we finally finished that project! Gimme five my partner in crime!

(source:Urban Dictionary)

How can you get in on it?

We’re currently prepping our fourth show of Season 5! Editor and director Nicole Stewart is looking for seven storytellers, who she’ll help find the truthiest truths to share on stage in February. We need you to submit your true-life tales about about your wingman, your ace, the Clyde to your Bonnie, the Thelma to your Louise or, y’know, that one person whose porch you could randomly show up to with a dead body. Do you have a good story about young love, best friends, criminal behavior, partying, a bad influence, twosome dynamics, siblings, spouses or twins? Feel free to get creative on the theme. Maybe you’ve taken part in some crazy road trip shenanigans with a buddy or have an especially wild spring break tale? Tell us about it!

To share your incredible “Partner in Crime” story with the Oral Fixation audience, send in your story ASAP. The deadline for submissions is Friday, January 1, at 6 p.m. The show will take place Tuesday, February 2, at the Dallas City Performance Hall with a mandatory rehearsal on Saturday, January 30, from 12-4 p.m.

Need a little inspiration? Watch this trailer to 2013’s <em>Bonnie and Clyde</em>.

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