Texas Bound II

Saturday, June 7, 7:30 p.m.
Location: Horchow Auditorium

REIS McCORMICK reads Ellen’s Guide to Gift-Giving by Ellen DeGeneres

JESSICA TURNER reads The Psychopath on the Other Side of the Bathroom Door by Jenny Lawson

ELIZABETH MITCHELL reads You Survived the War, Now Survive the Homecoming by Siobhan Fallon

CHAMBLEE FERGUSON reads Bridging by Max Apple

Reis McCormick’s recent television and film credits include AMC’s Emmy-winning hit Breaking Bad and two feature films. Reis teaches Creative Process to actors and filmmakers at K.D. College Conservatory in Dallas, and she recently finished writing her first documentary narrative, Cowboys of Color.

Jessica Turner is primarily a theater actor who has performed all over the country, usually wearing a corset and spouting verse or various English dialects. She holds an MFA from American Conservatory Theater (ACT) in San Francisco, and a BFA from Southern Methodist University. 

Elizabeth Mitchell is an Emmy Award nominee for her starring role as Dr. Juliet Burke in ABC's phoneomenon Lost. She has recently reteamed with J. J. Abrams in yet another powerhouse role of Rachel on his latest drama, NBC's hit Revolution. Other film and television credits include VERThe Lyons DenGia, both installments of The Santa Clause, and Nurse Betty. Elizabeth was raised in Dallas and attended Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. She honed her craft for six years as a company member at the Dallas Theater Center. 

Chamblee Ferguson, a Dallas-based stage and film actor for over 25 years, is a member of the Brierley Resident Acting Company at the Dallas Theater Center, where he most recently played Sherlock Holmes. His film and television credits include, among others, Revolution, Parkland, Friday Night Lights, Prison Break, and Walker Texas Ranger. He received his Master of Fine Arts from Southern Methodist University.

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Public $35, DMA Partner $30, Student $15