DALLAS, TEXAS The Dress Performance Theatre Series of “Unringing The Bell,” featuring Actor Dorien Wilson on Friday, May 19 and Saturday, May 20, 2017 at The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, has been rescheduled because of his doctor’s orders.
His performance is now slated for Friday, July 28 and Saturday, July 29, 2017 @ 8:15 pm. in the Clarence Muse Café Theater, in the Dallas Convention Center Theater, 1309 Canton Street, Dallas, Texas 75201.
“Per my doctor’s orders, I am very sorry that my health will not permit me to travel at this time. I am looking forward to returning to TBAAL in July for my one-man show ‘Unringing the Bell, ’ said Mr. Wilson. “I hope the academy and my loyal fans will attend the performance.”
Celebrating 40 seasons, The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, Inc. (TBAAL) is a Dallas, TX-based not-for-profit multi-disciplined arts institution. TBAAL’s mission is to create and enhance an awareness and understanding of artistic, cultural, and aesthetic differences utilizing the framework of African-American Arts and Letters and to promote, foster, cultivate, perpetuate and preserve the Arts and Letters of the African, Caribbean and African-American experience in the Fine, Literary, Visual, Performing and Cinematic Arts.
Portraying a vaiety of characters in this poignant, yet comedic solo show, Dorien Wilson returns to the stage at TBAAL! The veteran actor takes the audience on a roller-coaster ride about his life from childhood, alcoholism, depression, entertainment, business and the passing of his mother. Mr. Wilson is well-known for his starring role as Professor Stanley Oglevee along side Mo’Nique on the popular syndicated sitcom,“The Parkers.”
“TBAAL wishes Mr. Wilson a speedy recovery and we look forward to his good health and return to the stage,” said TBAAL Founder and President Curtis King.
Tickets are $20 and can be purchased through the Box Office at 214-743-2400, through Ticketmaster at 800-745-3000 or Ticketmaster.com.
The Black Academy of Arts and Letters Inc. 2016-2017 40th Season programs are supported in part by the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, Bloomberg Philanthropies, The Design Factory, CBS-11/TXA-21, TACA, Radio One-Dallas, Evans Engraving, My Pocket App and an Anonymous Fund of the Dallas Foundation. Our media partners include The Dallas Weekly, The Downtown Business News, I-MessengerNews.com, The Garland Journal, Texas Metro News, DFWBam.com, Dallas Black Business Directory, Dallas Gospel Connection, The Dallas Examiner, The Post Tribune, Southern Dallas Business & Living Magazine and the Tarrant County Commercial Record.