Thursday, March 4, 2010

POSTPONED: I Married A Hobbit, Alex Garza at the City Theatre, March 17


Alex Garza, in cooperation
with City Theatre, presents

I Married A Hobbit
a solo performance

I Married A Hobbit, written and performed by Alex Garza,

What's it about? It's a bunch of characters and monologues centered around dating and loveand all the joy, sorrow, and the chaos that goes along with all of it.

Alex Garza has put together a collection of stories and characters that look at romance, heartbreak, desire, and life-long commitment from the eyes of different people. In this 75 minute performance, he discusses his childhood crushes, including the girl who broke his heart in the second grade and turned him away from women forever. He also confesses his teenage obsession with TV heart throbs such as Sean Astin and Kirk Cameron.

Yes, the show's a little gay! Yes, the show uses a few bad words! But it's profanity with a purpose!!

Alex Garza has been acting professionally in and around the Austin area for several years. He has worked with various theatre companies and has also performed several of his own solo plays, including Pulse, which debuted at the Blue Theatre in May 2005. His other solo works include Abuelita's Christmas Carol and 2007’s Harry the Homeless Homosexual Explains the Meaning of Life. He has written several plays and performed stand-up comedy at various clubs in the Austin and San Antonio areas. He is a recipient of the B. Iden Payne Award.

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