Audacity Theatre Lab Sets Dallas Solo Fest 2016 Lineup

Audacity Theatre Lab Sets Dallas Solo Fest 2016 LineupAudacity Theatre Lab is pleased to announce the 2016 Dallas Solo Fest, June 2-12, 2016 at the Margo Jones Theatre in Fair Park. Eight one-person shows highlight this third year festival with a mix of local solo performers and performers coming in from around the country.

This third annual Dallas Solo Fest line-up includes Eileen Tull's Bad Dates, or What Killed the Monkey in Indian Jones Only Makes Me Stronger, Ryan Adam Wells' Beers About Songs, David Mogolov's Clenched, Maggie Gallant's Libertè Egalitè Adoptèe, Brigham Mosley's Scarlett O'Hara and the War on Tara, Erin Singleton's Super Mortal, Vincent Mraz's The Escape Plan and Diana Shortes' White Sauce and Diaper Babies. Collectively, these performers represent a wide variety of solo performance styles including storytelling, cabaret, multimedia, biography, memoir and pieces that defy easy categorization.

Produced by Brad McEntire, artistic director of Audacity Theatre Lab, the 2016 DSF will be the third annual Dallas Solo Fest after 2014's inaugural Dallas Solo Fest and last year's DSF. The purpose of the Dallas Solo Fest is to celebrate extraordinary solo theatre as well as increase awareness and appreciation for the form in the north Texas area.

The Dallas Solo Fest will be produced by Audacity Theatre Lab and will play at the Margo Jones Theatre. Located at the Magnolia Lounge in Fair Park at 1121 First Avenue, Dallas, TX 75210, the Margo Jones Theatre features ample free, well-lit parking, access to the DART Rail, and a handy BYOB policy!

Single tickets and Festival Passes for all shows go on sale April 24. Festival Passes, now on sale, include one admission to each festival show and are $60. Individual ticket prices for each show are $12. Reservations can be made via the Dallas Solo Fest website or by calling (214) 888-6650. Details about the shows, artists' bios, the full schedule and ticket information at: www.DallasSoloFest.com.

What Do You Think? Tell Us In The Comments!




Related Articles

Dallas THEATER Stories | Shows  Like BWW Dallas  Follow BWW Dallas


From This Author BWW News Desk

Before you go...