The aim of the Audacity Solo Salon is to support and nurture both established and emerging solo performers in the north Texas area. It is also a way to extend the mission of the annual Dallas Solo Fest beyond just the festival itself.
This quarterly series will be a way for solo artists to rehearse, experiement and develop their work in front of supportive audiences. Come on out and see a new one-person show in progress...
This second in a quarterly series from Audacity Theatre Lab will feature excerpts from pieces in development by Brad McEntire, Kris Noteboom, and Adam Anderson.
Curated by Brad McEntire.
Monday, December 8, 2014 at 7:30 pm
At the Margo Jones Theatre,
1121 First Avenue in Fair Park, Dallas TX 75210
[map and info here]
FREE! (though a P-W-Y-C donation is suggested)
ADAM A. ANDERSON is a local Dallas actor currently represented by The Campbell Agency. He works full-time as a graphic designer at The Dallas Symphony Orchestra. As a well-rounded artist and Alum of Southern Methodist University (Acting BFA ’13), he has had the pleasure of working with great artists such as Stan Wojewodski, Patricia McGregor, Bill T. Jones, and Will Power. His theatre credits include The Shipment (Undermain Theatre), King Lear (DTC), Blues For Mister Charlie (SMU), and Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Jubilee Theatre). His latest performance was at Jubilee Theatre as Levee Green in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. He’s a poet and a lover of words and through YoungArts has traveled the country as a spoken word artists. He is most inspired by his work with Bill T. Jones in MASTERCLASS on HBO. More of his work and information can be found at www.AdamAAnderson.com.
KRIS NOTEBOOM is an arts journalist, director and performance and installation artist. He holds degrees in Communications and Psychology from Hardin-Simmons University and has done graduate work at the University of North Texas and UT Dallas. He blogs about his adventures at http://panthercityarts.com/
BRAD McENTIRE is a Dallas-based theatre practitioner. He serves as Artistic Director of Audacity Theatre Lab and creates via a variety of media - including visual art, podcasts, plays, solo performance, improvisation and (soon) YouTube videos. He is a teaching artist with Junior Players and an adjunct teacher of film and theatre in the Tarrant County College District. He is also the producer of the Dallas Solo fest, a national arts festival celebrating the art of solo theatre performance. More info at www.BradMcEntire.com