Te Bippy Bobby Boo Show: Again! Again! is the 3rd annual production of the chic and ghostly extravagance of the Danielle Georgiou Dance Group! And this year, it’s happening outdoors in front of a live audience at the Samuell-Grand Amphitheater in Dallas, October 21-30, 2021.
The ghosts have been quarantined in prop boxes, and they finally escape to bring you the songs, jokes, dances, jokes, and also the jokes that you like! By bringing back the haunting characters you loved in the past and introducing a few new ones, Bippy Bobby and the horrid ghouls of the theater will have a healthy dose of haunting just for you!
“We are very happy to be returning to the theater and being able to produce this show for an in-person audience with our friends at Theater Three and Shakespeare Dallas,” said Artistic director Danielle Georgiou. “This open-air venue offers a safe and socially remote way to experience our wild musical!”
DGDG production The Bippy Bobby Boo Show: once again! Again! will take place in tandem with Theater Three’s Little shop of horrors. Tickets for all performances are available at the Theater Three box office (214-871-3300 • http://www.theatre3dallas.com/). General admission tickets will be $ 20 each. DGDG encourages guests to wear a mask, to bring a picnic to enjoy and a chair or blanket to sit on. This show is outside and the seats are on the grass – DGDG also recommends bug spray.
THE BIPPY BOBBY BOO SHOW: AGAIN! AGAIN! (21/10 / 2021-10 / 30/2021)
Book and lyrics by Danielle Georgiou and Justin Locklear
Music by Justin Locklear, Danny Anchondo, Cory Kosel and Trey Pendergrass
Directed and choreographed by Danielle Georgiou
Musical direction by Justin Locklear
Performed at the Samuell-Grand amphitheater
1500 Tenison Pkwy, Dallas, Texas 75223
POSTING DATES AND HOURS:
Thursday October 21 at 10:15 p.m.
Friday October 22 at 10:15 p.m.
Saturday 23 October at 10:15 p.m.
Thursday October 28 at 10:15 p.m.
Friday October 29 at 10:15 p.m.
Saturday October 30 at 10:15 p.m.
Bippy Bobby: Justin locklear
Pseudo: Nick Leos
Ordinary bill: William / “> William Acker
Lilith Jr.: Colby Calhoun
Babette: Monet lerner
Ariella Thompson / “> Thompson /”> Thompson / “> Thompson /”> Thompson / “> Thompson /”> Thompson / “> Thompson: Becki McDonald / “> McDonald /”> McDonald / “> McDonald /”> McDonald / “> McDonald /”> McDonald / “> McDonald
Benito Camelo: Omar Padilla
Charla-Ten: Marti Etheridge-Schweitzer
The Boo-lettes dancers:
Babe: Elaine alspach
Adeline: Alondra Puentes Gallegos
Dinkleman Periwinkle: Kelli J. Howard
Small pickles: Sarah mendez
Luna: Marlo Mysliwiec
The Boo group:
Boo: Danny Anchondo
Eek: Cory kosel
ooOoo: Trey Pendergrass
For more information on the Danielle Georgiou dance group, please visit https://www.dgdgdancegroup.com/.
For more information on Theater Three, please visit www.Theater3Dallas.com or call the Theater Three box office at (214) 871-3300.
Below are the biographies of DGDG and the creative team.
Company and creative team biographies
The Danielle Georgiou dance group (DGDG) is a collaborative dance-theater troupe based on an ensemble that works according to the ideas of contemporary dance and physical theater. DGDG explores the experimental and avant-garde nature of dance and theater in its creations of musicals and original dance pieces. DGDG artists are constantly striving to transform themselves, whether in image or in know-how. They work to create pieces that question what dance is and what can be while pushing the limits of theater. DGDG’s second theatrical feature will be KERA’s Frame of Mind in October 2021. The Danielle Georgiou Dance Group has been selected as Best Dance Troupe by the Dallas Observer for 2020,2017 and 2015, and Best Dance Company for 2016 by the readers of D Magazine. As artistic director Danielle Georgiou says, “technique is your foundation, not your identity”.
Danielle Georgiou, Ph.D., is a first generation Cypriot-American director, choreographer and performer based in Dallas, TX. Her stage and video work deals with puzzles found in gender and cultural identity – vulnerability, deformity and beauty. His work has been performed and exhibited nationally in Texas, New York, California, Florida and internationally in Scotland and Germany. In 2011, she created the performance project, the Danielle Georgiou Dance Group. With DGDG, Georgiou has produced and directed a series of collaborative dance-theater and musical productions. She is particularly interested in the interplay of performative elements and collaboration, designing techniques with a distinct effort to elicit a response from an audience. What has been put forward is what she called “dialogic dance theater”, a work that encompasses methods that invite the audience to participate through interactive elements, immersive environments and the use of media. social to participate in conversations after the show. She encourages performers and the audience to engage in conversation while dancing, and that resulting dialogue becomes the environment. In addition to being the artistic director of the Danielle Georgiou Dance Group, she was recently appointed associate artistic director of the Undermain Theater. She collaborates with Very Good Dance Theater and is a movement coach and intimacy choreographer for many theater companies in Dallas-Fort Worth. She has been Artist in Residence with the Dallas Public Library System, Richland College, and CentralTrak-The UT Dallas Artist Residency Program. She has written for The Dallas Morning News, The Dallas Observer, Dance / USA and Art & Seek. She is also a dance, humanities and visual arts teacher at the Dallas College-Eastfield campus.
Justin locklear is an actor, director and playwright based in Dallas, TX. He is currently the Artist in Residence at the Ocher House Theater, an experimental theater that produces only new works, including a bilingual flamenco show. As part of this residency, in addition to writing and acting, Justin designs puppets and is their musical director. He is also the producer and concept artist of award-winning contemporary dance theater company, the Danielle Georgiou Dance Group. His first screenplay, Soldier factory, will be screened at the 2021 Austin Film Festival. In 2014 he was voted best actor at the Dallas Observer’s Best of Dallas Readers’ Choice Awards, in 2012 he was selected as one of “13 people to watch in 2013 “by FD Luxe, Dallas Culture Map’s” 5 Best Actors in Dallas “, and in 2011 he received the DFW Theater Critics Forum Emerging Artist Award. Justin trained as a clown at the Manitoulin Conservatory of Creation and Performance and performed puppets at the Prague Quadrennial, and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Baylor University.
Photo credit to Justin Locklear.