SOUTH SIDE STORIES REVISITED
Directed by Matt M. Morrow
In 2012, Tami Dixon sat on the sidewalks of the South Side of Pittsburgh asking residents to tell her stories. The resulting one woman play delighted audiences and was described as “dazzling” and “a big, fat evening of bliss” (City Paper). Ten years later, Dixon returns to the streets of the South Side to revisit her vivid set of tales and explore how the community where City Theatre resides has changed.
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Tami Dixon is a recipient of the TCG/Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowship, The Frankel Award, the Carol R. Brown Emerging Artist Award from The Heinz Endowments and The Pittsburgh Foundation, and was named Performer of the Year by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Her favorite roles include Miss Julie in Miss Julie, Clarissa and John for Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company, Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire with barebones productions, The Hothouse with PICT, and King Lear, The Task and El Paso Blue with Quantum Theatre. Ms. Dixon is the Co-Director of Bricolage Production Company, devising and appearing in projects like Project Amelia, The Forest of Everywhere, OJO, Midnight Radio, STRATA, Dutchman, and Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom. Ms. Dixon received her BFA in Acting from Carnegie Mellon University.