DMA Arts and Letters Tonight Featuring Stephen Tobolowsky

tobolowskyby Steven Doyle

Stephen Tobolowsky, Allison Pistorius, Rob McCollum, and Reis McCormick read for Texas Bound, part of the DMA Arts and Letters series tonight 7pm. Tobolowsky will be reading from his new book, The Dangerous Animals Club which was released in September. You will know Tobolowsky from Glee, Groundhog Day, Memento, Seinfeld, and Heroes, with hundreds of film credits to his name. Tobolowsky is a Dallas native and former SMU student.  He also has the very interesting podcast, Tobolowsky Files which can also be heard on public radio. 

Allison Pistorius has recently been seen in Twelfth Night (Olivia) at Shakespeare Dallas and Much Ado About Nothing (Beatrice), as part of the Complete Works reading series, presented by the AT&T Performing Arts Center and produced by Shakespeare Dallas. Pistorius will be reading from Siobhan Fallon’s Gold Star.

Rob McCollum is a professional storyteller. He serves as the U.S. Creative Director for Twist and Shout Communications, UK, writing and producing corporate video campaigns that strive to be actually watchable by humans. For two years, he was seen each weekday as the host of WFAA-TV’s Good Morning Texas. He will be reading from Ron Carlson’s Milk.

Reis McCormick joins Texas Bound this season as a writer and performer. Recent television and film credits include AMC’s Emmy-winning hit Breaking Bad, and two feature films. McCormick teaches Creative Process to actors and filmmakers at K. D. College Conservatory in Dallas, and she recently finished writing her first documentary narrative, “Cowboys of Color” and will be reading her essay The Shape of Things to Come.

Tickets are #35 and $15 for students. The program will be held in the Horchow Auditorium.


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