Dallas’ fantastic storytelling series for adults, Oral Fixation (An Obsession With True Life Tales), presents “Best Of Season 6” at Moody Performance Hall on Wednesday, October 24th @ 8pm. Voted on by hundreds of Oral Fixation fans, this collection of favorite stories from Season 6 is simply sensational. This is the last Oral Fixation show of 2018! Don’t miss this chance to experience that unique Oral Fixation pleasure in person. Grab a friend or a date, have dinner in the Arts District, then join us for a raucous evening of entertainment you won’t soon forget. $35 tickets are on sale now.
“Jump Off A Cliff” with remarkable 15-year old Emma Vrabel who shoots straight on what it’s like to be a middle schooler with albinism. With courage, verve, and plenty of humor, Emma gives us all a lesson in humanity, her condition, and the power of self-advocacy. Coleman Easley hits “Close To Home” with his hysterical tale of attempting to sneak out to meet his Recycling Club friends his senior year of high school. When attorney Monica Berry moved to Dallas knowing no one, she attempts to make friends by checking out a Scrabble Club that meets at IHOP. Syrup and spelling meld in “Stick Together”. Award-winning YA author Beth Vrabel shares how one story she didn’t tell as a young reporter plays like a “Broken Record” in her mind until she finally does something about it.
Singer-songwriter and CEO Caroline Murphy shares her quirky, hysterical and heartbreaking “Broken Record” story of father-daughter love and alien abduction. With some serious twang, Billy Dennis tells us a raucous tale of three best friends getting into Texas-sized hijinks in a small-Texas town in “All Over The Map”. Actor/playwright Michael Federico brings it home with a rollicking tale of Christmas cross-country adventure as Grumpy Santa in “All Over The Map.” These juicy personal stories represent the very best storytelling Dallas has to offer.
“Best of Season 6” will be held at 8:00pm on Wednesday 10/24 at Dallas City Performance Hall, 2501 Flora Street, Dallas, TX 75201. Show runs 75 minutes with no intermission. $5 self-parking is available at One Arts Plaza or park free at a meter on Ross. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased online or at the door.
Season 7 has yet to be scheduled. Oral Fixation will be producing stand-alone shows on social justice themes in Dallas and Houston in 2019.