WaterTower Theatre Producing Artistic Director Terry Martin today announced that the staged reading of Vicki Cheatwood's Manicures & Monuments originally scheduled to be part of 2013 Out of the Loop Fringe Festival, March 7-17, 2013 at the Addison Theatre and Conference Centre will be postponed and performed at a later date to be announced. Changes in the playwright's schedule required the reading to be produced later in the spring. The reading was scheduled to be performed in the Stone Cottage on March 12 at 7:30 pm. WaterTower Theatre will announce the new date soon.
The Out of the Loop Fringe Festival, now in its 12th year, is a 10-day festival produced by WaterTower Theatre that includes performances of dance, music, theatre and performance art by more than 20 local and national artists.
Eighteen artists and performing arts organizations will participate in this year's Festival including Q Live, Outcry Theatre, Vicki Cheatwood, Contemporary Ballet Dallas, Muscle Memory Dance Theatre, David Lee Nelson, Patrick O'Brien, Fort Worth Opera, FTP Comedy, Dallas Poetry Slam, Rhythmic Souls, American Actors Company, David Parr, Ayana Hampton, Diana Sheehan, Stolen Shakespeare Guild, imPULSE dance project inc., Walter Lee, Amy Stevenson, Lauren Luong, WaterTower Theatre and Willie Baronet.
Single tickets to all events go on sale Feb. 19. Festival Passes, now on sale, include one admission to each Festival event and are $65. WaterTower Theatre subscribers receive $10 off each Festival pass. Individual ticket prices for each event are $10. Tickets for all Loop shows went on sale today, Feb. 19 at noon at www.watertowertheatre.org/outofloop.aspx.
Some productions may contain adult language, sexual situations, and/or violence. Please consult the Box Office for content information regarding a particular production.
WaterTower Theatre is celebrating its 17th anniversary with its 2012-2013 season. The Company is one of the leading regional theatres in North Dallas and Texas. It is consistently recognized for its artistic excellence by the Dallas Theatre League, Dallas-Fort Worth Theatre Critics Forum, The Dallas Morning News, The Dallas Observer, D Magazine, and The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, among others. WaterTower Theatre has a subscription base of more than 2,100 subscribers and serves an audience of over 35,000 patrons annually.