Our Eyes Are Fixed On: April Swartz-Larson

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People tell her she reminds them of Ellen Degeneres. Is it because she has killer dance moves or because she has piercing blue eyes? Or maybe it’s just because she’s funny? You be the judge when April Swartz-Larson takes the Oral Fixation stage for “Outside the Box” next month. 

April Swartz-Larson is a conformist by day at McKinney High School (but just to get into a good college to radically change the world) and a punk rebel by night. She likes loud Bob Dylan, The Rachel Maddow Show, pleather jackets, and passionate political ranting with fellow teenage iconoclasts.

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“Elephant in the Room” featuring Darrin Larson

Theme: Elephant in the Room
Storyteller: Darrin Larson

Darrin Larson boldly describes the fateful New Year’s Eve when at age 14 he is forced to deter a molester then struggles to deal with the shame that follows.

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“No Strings Attached” featuring Darrin Larson

Theme: “No Strings Attached”
Storyteller: Darrin Larson

Darrin Larson liberates himself from social norms through an unlikely name change, thereby finding a greater, unexpected freedom.

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Our Eyes Are Fixed On: Darrin Larson

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Darrin Larson, writer and pancake aficionado, will make his debut on the Oral Fixation stage for “No Strings Attached!”

Darrin Larson, a native Californian, enjoys writing about being a father to a teenage daughter and adapting to life in Texas. His work has been featured in the Dallas Morning News, where he was a community voices columnist for a year. He works for the federal government and lives in McKinney.

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