Evolution of a Love Addict Returns to San Jose, Nov. 24th
When it comes to love and relationships "Evolution of a Love Addict" covers a plethora of experiences in an action packed evening of Theater. Singles struggle through the dating game when they don't have to. Audiences leave this show more enlight
November 15, 2012 (Newswire.com) - "Evolution of a Love Addict" - Natasha Dixon's One Woman Show, by popular acclaim, returns to San Jose November 24, 2012.
After a successful tour of Washington DC, Atlanta and New York, "Evolution of a Love Addict" is scheduled for to be at The Agenda Lounge, 399 South First Street, San Jose, CA 95113. Show starts at 8 p.m. sharp.
According to Ms. Dixon, the DVD is on schedule to be release December 15, 2012.
"I will start holding workshops soon for those wanting to develop a one person show, write their autobiography or just find healing by telling their story," reveals Ms. Dixon.
Written and performed by Natasha Dixon, Evolution of a Love Addict, gives a rare glimpse into the mind of a woman on a Funny Electric Ride through the world of dating, divorcing and the lessons learned while finding the Love that really matters.
With its target audience being primarily artists, poets, comedians, playwrights, theater goers, Ms. Dixon says when it comes to love and relationships "Evolution of a Love Addict" covers a plethora of experiences in an action packed evening of Theater.
Evolution of a Love Addict was first opened at the Hudson Theater in Hollywood, California to sold-out audiences in February 2012.
By popular demand, the show was extended to accommodate an encore presentation that earned raving reviews, to include the following:
"Wonderful Work Natasha" -Ted Lange
"It was moving profound and funny. I learned a lot and thought about my own life... her transformation and liberation was just beautiful." -Tamika Lawson, Make a Film Foundation
"It was amazing, challenging, funny, heartfelt and honest...To see her range shows her abilities...there is real talent there." - Janine Sherman Barrois, Criminal Minds
"Natasha is so funny and then she brings in this intensity to the dramatic moments...it was just beautiful." - Rachel Schwartz, Relativity Media.
"BEST PLAYWRIGHT - October 2012," - Atanta, Black Theater Festival
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