Everett Quinton Is Twisted Olivia at ZACH!, Jan. 30-March 2

News   Everett Quinton Is Twisted Olivia at ZACH!, Jan. 30-March 2 Twisted Olivia: A Meditation on Oliver Twist will replace the previously announced The Chinese Art of Placement at the Off-Broadway theatre company ZACH!

Twisted, a one-man comedy "freely adapted" from Dickens' "Oliver Twist," stars theatre veteran Everett Quinton and features direction from longtime Ridiculous Theatrical Company member/actress/director Eureka. Previews begin Jan. 30 with an official opening scheduled for Feb. 8. The world-premiere production will run through March 2. Quinton has been down this road before. One of his biggest successes at the Ridiculous was a one-man adaptation of Dicken's A Tale of Two Cities in which he acted out all the parts.

Everett Quinton starred in the original production of the Ridiculous Theatrical Company's The Mystery of Irma Vep, and he recently played opposite Eartha Kitt as the Evil Stepmother in the tour of Cinderella.

Zachary Scott Theatre Center's John R. Whisenhunt Arena Stage is located at 1510 Toomey Road (off South Lamar near the Riverside Drive intersection). Tickets for the production, priced between $26 and $31, are available by calling (512) 476-0541, ext. 1. For more information, visit www.zachscott.com.