Dallas Solo Fest Review: …And Then I Woke Up

Dallas Solo Fest Review: …And Then I Woke Up

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Photo: Robert Hart Kris Noteboom has some promising moments and material for his solo performance debut at the Dallas Solo Fest, but could still work out the kinks and nervousness. by Amy Martin published Saturday, June 6, 2015   Dallas — It’s a toss-up as to what was more entertaining: Kris Noteboom’s full-length solo performance debut in …And Then I …

Dallas Solo Fest: A Different Woman

Dallas Solo Fest: A Different Woman

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Dallas Solo Fest Review: A Different Woman Veronica Russell’s show, based on the autobiography of Gertude Beasley, had to be made, and it has to be seen. by Amy Martin published Saturday, May 24, 2014 Photo: Rod Prados Veronica Russell in A Different Woman Dallas — Sometimes you come across a story that has to be told, a story so …

Dallas Solo Fest Review: Eating My Garbarge

Dallas Solo Fest Review: Eating My Garbarge

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Dallas Solo Fest Review: Eating My Garbarge Monologuist David Mogolov thinks too much, and that turns out to be a be a very good for his audiences.   The spirit of Bob is strong in David Mogolov. In the 1980s and 90’s, Dallas was home to Rev. Bob Dobbs and the Church of the Subgenius. Followers of Bob—the pipe-smoking guru …

Dallas Solo Fest Review: Sweater Curse

Dallas Solo Fest Review: Sweater Curse

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Dallas Solo Fest Review: Sweater Curse Elaine Liner’s yarn about love opens the first Dallas Solo Fest with a quiet, witty meditation on relationships and knitting. We knit a life; we knit relationships. We drop stitches, tink (that’s knitter speak for un-do), and try again. Sometimes we must even steek, more knit-talk for cutting a knitted item into pieces in …

Dallas Solo Fest Review: Bouncing Ugly

Dallas Solo Fest Review: Bouncing Ugly

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Dallas Solo Fest Review: Bouncing Ugly Danny O’Connor recalls his time as a bouncer at the New York club Coyote Ugly, and it’s frequently funny, if at times unfocused. Does being a bouncer at an uninhibited New York City club prepare you for marriage? Evidently not. Does the griminess of the job inspire you to seek the acting career of …

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