Podtalk: Actor Adria Dawn on ‘DorkumentaryLIVE!’ in Chicago from Nov. 15-19, 2017

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CHICAGO – What began as a web series has evolved to the stage. “DorkumentaryLIVE!” is the pet project of Tarleton/Dawn Productions, a husband (David) and wife (Adria) team that live and work in Chicago. They developed the series in Los Angeles, and after several episodes online decided to adapt it to the stage. “DorkumentaryLIVE!” will run from Wednesday, November 15th through Sunday, November 19th, 2017, at Stage 773 on Belmont Avenue in Chicago (see details below).

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Adria Dawn in Costume for ‘DorkumentaryLIVE!’
Photo credit: DorkumentaryLIVE.com

The cast is all-female, anchored by Dorkumentary developer Adria Dawn. The show is a multimedia comedy performance show that “loosely mirrors the lives of its creators.” The cast also features Jaime Abraham and Chloe Rae Ward, and is described by Tarleton/Dawn Productions as “a contemporary variety show a la Carol Burnett and Andy Kaufman.” Featured performer Adria Dawn best known for portraying April Tuna in Ryan Murphy’s cult hit “Popular” (1999-2001), as well as roles on “My Name is Earl” and “Chicago Fire.” She describes herself currently as actor, arts educator and producer.

In the following Podtalk, Adria Dawn talks about the origin of “Dorkumentary,” the vibe of the show and as a side note, some of the current Hollywood news.


”DorkumentaryLIVE!” runs from Wednesday, November 15th through Sunday, November 19th, 2017, at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont, Chicago. For times, ticket purchasing info and details, click here.

HollywoodChicago.com senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

By PATRICK McDONALD
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© 2017 Patrick McDonald, HollywoodChicago.com

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