Archive for August, 2013

South Side on Lamar’s Underground Presents the Young Playwrights Series

Posted by    |    August 14th, 2013 at 6:41 pm

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It’s always important to support new and up and coming talent, especially in the world of art and theater. This Sunday at South Side 0n Lamar’s Underground  you’ll have a chance to hear some new voices in the theater community during the Young Playwright Series, hosted by Akin Babatunde. The evening will be celebrating the works of film actors Jordan Cooper and Jalen Fauntleroy, so come out for an opportunity to meet new Dallas talent and get a chance to see their contributions to our theater scene.

When: Sunday, August 18th @ 8 p.m. 

 Where: South Side on Lamar’s Underground 

 Admission: Free 

 

 

 

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The “Mo” Show featuring Liz Mikel

Posted by    |    August 7th, 2013 at 7:54 pm

Liz Mikel According to her website “The one word that best describes Liz is…..POWERHOUSE!” and that’s not just empty promotional hype, this lady has earned that description. A Dallas native, Liz Mikel has been sharing her acting and singing talent on the stage for more than 20 years and has established herself as a prominent fixture in the local theater scene, but her performance accomplishments aren’t confined to just Dallas. She has appeared on Broadway and in numerous movies and television shows, one of her most notable roles being Corrina Williams in the hit TV show Friday Night Lights. Her talent for entertaining, whether she is acting or singing, has earned her numerous awards as well as the love and respect of both local and international theater communities.

Monday, August 12th you’ll have a chance to experience live why Liz has earned the title of Powerhouse as she pays tribute to the music of Motown at South Side on Lamar’s Underground. Liz will belt out Motown classics with a voice that has been described as “an immense, joyful force” (via) giving you even more reason to love the music of Motown and its influence on American culture.

The show starts at 7:30 and is FREE which means seating is on first come first served basis

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