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Urie Gonna Wanna Be Told A Story

Not all storytime is for children.

Nor always read by drag queens. (Much to the dismay of radical right-wing moms with nothing better to do than complain about such things.)

Next Monday, gay Texas native and hilarious entertainer Michael Urie returns to Dallas for Texas Bound, part of the Dallas Museum of Art‘s Arts & Letters Live series.

He’ll be joined by fellow actors Oscar Seung and Regina Taylor to read several stories in this adult event in the heart of the Dallas Arts District.

Among the titles that will be read: “I Thought I Would Have Accomplished a Lot More Today and Also by the Time I Was Thirty-Five” by Alex Baia, “Before” by Simon Han, “Racial Injustice” by Sanderia Faye, “Deers” by Antonio Ruiz-Camacho, and “Clickety-Clack the Christmas Cockroach” by Michael Merschel.

Tickets to the in-person event are $35 ($30 for DMA members and educators), or $12 ($10 for DMA members) for the virtual presentation.

It’ll be a fun time at the museum, especially if it’s been years (or decades) since somebody last read you a story complete with funny voices.

Texas Bound
Monday, November 7
7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $10-$35
Horchow Auditorium
Dallas Museum of Art
1717 North Harwood Street, Dallas

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