“Jump Off A Cliff” featuring Rachel McEnany

Theme: “Jump Off A Cliff
Storyteller: Rachel McEnany

Even though Rachel McEnany came from long line of daredevils, she often found herself crippled with fear. When getting sober didn’t completely fix that problem, she tried something else entirely: jumping out of a plane. She overcame her fears, found the love of her life, and became the empowered woman she is today.

Performed in “Jump Off A Cliff” on November 3 in Hamon Hall at the Winspear Opera House, Dallas, TX.

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Our Eyes Are Fixed On: Megan Mayo

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Sometimes when everything feels like it’s going wrong, you might actually be making memories you’ll grow to cherish later. Later this month, Megan Mayo will take the Oral Fixation stage in “Icing on the Cake” to share fond memories of an especially disastrous birthday. 

Megan Mayo is a Texan with Illinois roots. She lives in the Northern suburbs with her high school sweetheart and precocious toddler. All she needs to be happy is good barbecue and better friends. She’s a corporate stooge by day, a humorist by night and goofy all the time.

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“Push The Envelope” featuring Suzette Drouillard

Theme: “Push the Envelope”
Storyteller: Suzette Drouillard

Suzette Drouillard touches hearts with a story of her literal “pushes” of envelopes from Texas to New Jersey as a special project for her daughter’s birthday. She takes the audience on a trip down memory lane with her as she relived important moments in their relationship and proved that geographical distance cannot break the connection between mother and child.

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Our Eyes Are Fixed On: Suzette Drouillard

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A Hopeless romantic, Suzette Drouillard returns to the Oral Fixation stage this month in “Push the Envelope,” where she’ll get all sentimental about the special way she marked her daughter’s 28th birthday. 

Suzette still plays with toys and likes to hand out stickers to kids waiting at airports. She’s spent over 30 years working in telecommunications, which really let her use that geology degree. After moving to Texas two years ago, she’s decided she likes it much better than New Jersey.

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