Oh Snap, My Alien Children Are Trying To Kill Me! By Zell Miller Iii

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When: March 3-5, 2016
Three Nights Only! Thursday-Saturday 8pm
Live Streaming March 4th on Howlround.com/tv

Visit vortexrep.org for details and tickets, or call 512-478-5282

Tickets: $10-$30
$30 Priority Seating
$20 General Admission
$10 Discount (Artist/Student/Senior)
Limited Seating. Advanced Reservations Strongly Recommended.

Radical Rush Free Tickets:
Limited free tickets for each performance in the spirit of sustainability, accessibility, and the gift economy. Radical Rush tickets released at 7pm each night--in-person only.
2-for-1 admission Thursday with donation of 2 cans for SafePlace.

Zell Miller III is back with a new play, Oh Snap, My Alien Children are Trying to Kill Me. The finalé of the trilogy that began with the award-winning and critically acclaimed works my child, my child my alien child and Oh S#@T, it’ s a Girl!, this moving new piece is a work-in-progress, written and performed by award-winning writer/performer Zell Miller III.

Master storyteller Zell Miller III returns with comical and touching tales of raising his (now) 16-year old son and his 8-year old daughter. “Any male can be a father, but it takes a man to be a daddy”. Come and experience the high-energy emotional ride of fatherhood and the joys and challenges of raising children of color in this turbulent American landscape. Oh Snap, My Alien Children are Trying to Kill Me runs for only 3 nights at The VORTEX.

MISSION:
The VORTEX conjures and navigates the storm of imagination with urgent, unashamed art that dares to dream the world in which we want to live. This magic emanates from our cultural harbor, embraces diverse communities, breaks down barriers, and opens channels for vital exchange.

This project is funded and supported in part by VORTEX Repertory Company, a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts, and by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.
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