Or maybe triple or quadruple. On Sept. 1, Brad McEntire will attempt six hours of solo improvisation at the Margo Jones Theatre. No, he's not crazy.
by Mark Lowry - published Saturday, August 31, 2013
Dallas — An ungodly amount of nonstop improvisation has been done before in North Texas, and although Brad McEntire isn't attempting to break any records (except his own) or a feat like his pal Jeff Swearingen managed two years ago ( * ), McEntire is nonetheless gonna go for the long-haul.
He's attempting six-plus hours of solo improv on Sunday, Sept. 1 at the Margo Jones Theatre in the Magnolia Lounge. It's called Dribble Funk 380, begins at 5 p.m., and the ticket is a suggested donation of $10. You can come and go as you please, and there will be two breaks, at the two and four hour marks.
But you're encouraged to go for the marathon. It's not like you haven't sat through almost-as-long and much less interesting performances before.
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