Wednesday, January 2, 2008


This was sent to me today, and you better bet that I'll be checking these gals out!

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Nipples To The Wind Has A New Home In Dallas
If you missed the intelligent hilarity of Nipples to the Wind during their national tour in 2007, you can still catch this audience favorite, sassy stage comedy that debuted to rave reviews in 2006.

Nipples To The Wind now has a permanent Dallas home. We will be performing at the Dallas Hub Theater in historic Deep Ellum Thursdays through Sundays starting January 10, 2008, and running through February 24, 2008.

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Nipples to the Wind (aka "NTTW") is being called the "best live theater", "a must-see event", and "fresh, contemporary and a laugh a minute!" Janye Anderson and Paula Coco portray 14 unforgettably funny characters (none of whom appear "topless!"). This refreshing comedy features intelligently funny writing that male and female audiences are raving about! NIPPLES TO THE WIND is written by Paula Coco and directed by Reno Venturi.
The title certainly raises some eyebrows, but more often it gets a good chuckle. "It's a colorful phrase I heard growing up in the South that generally advises you not to let things get you down - keep your head up and chest out," explains playwright and seasoned comedic actor Paula Coco.

And the title represents a common thread among fourteen lively characters. In each scene, you'll witness distinctive women unfolding their unique story with gumption, comedy and flare. The laughter begins even before the first scene, and is side-splitting hysterical by the end of Act I! You'll be reflecting on funny quotes and scenes for weeks after, and will be begging to see it again!

Featuring the music of Kacey Jones

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"Adding to the fun are the gotcha comedy songs penned by Kacey Jones that serve as musical interludes between scene changes, including Nipples to the Wind, How Do You Like These Babies Now (about a woman's new breast implants) and I Could Get Over Him (if I could get under you), among others."

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Dallas Hub Theater
2809 Canton Street
Dallas, TX 75226
Box Office: 877-238-5596
Theater: 214-749-7010

Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights – 8:15
Saturday and Sunday afternoons – 2:30

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