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The Drama Club will present Wild, Wicked, Wyrd: Fairytale Time, an evening of theater featuring four short plays adapted by Dallas playwrights from fairy tales and folklore from around the world.

  • John Flores melds Mayan mythology, trickster tales of the Koasati Tribe, and a White River Sioux legend for his plays Lighter Than Air and Just Desserts.
  • Michael Federico pulls from the Brothers Grimm, Irish lullabies, and old American music for Mother Holly.
  • Maryam Obaidullah Baig draws inspiration from the 18th-Century story Masnavi Sihr Ul Bayan by Mir Hasan and her own tale of the Whataburger Tree for Jo Chaho Tum.

The entire evening also features live music and sound provided by Dallas band JimJohn Make Noise. 

Wild, Wicked, Wyrd: Fairytale Time will run in repertory with a second production, The Incident. The two productions will have four doubleheaders, with discounted tickets available to see both back-to-back.

The Drama Club will present Wild, Wicked, Wyrd: Fairytale Time, an evening of theater featuring four short plays adapted by Dallas playwrights from fairy tales and folklore from around the world.

  • John Flores melds Mayan mythology, trickster tales of the Koasati Tribe, and a White River Sioux legend for his plays Lighter Than Air and Just Desserts.
  • Michael Federico pulls from the Brothers Grimm, Irish lullabies, and old American music for Mother Holly.
  • Maryam Obaidullah Baig draws inspiration from the 18th-Century story Masnavi Sihr Ul Bayan by Mir Hasan and her own tale of the Whataburger Tree for Jo Chaho Tum.

The entire evening also features live music and sound provided by Dallas band JimJohn Make Noise.

Wild, Wicked, Wyrd: Fairytale Time will run in repertory with a second production, The Incident. The two productions will have four doubleheaders, with discounted tickets available to see both back-to-back.

The Drama Club will present Wild, Wicked, Wyrd: Fairytale Time, an evening of theater featuring four short plays adapted by Dallas playwrights from fairy tales and folklore from around the world.

  • John Flores melds Mayan mythology, trickster tales of the Koasati Tribe, and a White River Sioux legend for his plays Lighter Than Air and Just Desserts.
  • Michael Federico pulls from the Brothers Grimm, Irish lullabies, and old American music for Mother Holly.
  • Maryam Obaidullah Baig draws inspiration from the 18th-Century story Masnavi Sihr Ul Bayan by Mir Hasan and her own tale of the Whataburger Tree for Jo Chaho Tum.

The entire evening also features live music and sound provided by Dallas band JimJohn Make Noise.

Wild, Wicked, Wyrd: Fairytale Time will run in repertory with a second production, The Incident. The two productions will have four doubleheaders, with discounted tickets available to see both back-to-back.

WHEN

WHERE

Bryant Hall
3636 Turtle Creek Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75204
http://www.thedramaclub.org/wild-wicked-wyrd

TICKET INFO

$25; $40 for doubleheader.
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