Del Shores – Singularly Sordid

Del Shores “Singularly Sordid” 

 

 

Del Shores
Credit by  DEL SHORES

 

Los Angeles, CA – Del Shores has created the Sordid Lives franchise which has become the cult favorite for the LGBT community.  The full “Sordid” Series slaps you in the face with Southern charm with the twist of gay lifestyle humor.    The fabulous Del Shores has hit the road with his Sordid stories about dating after divorce.   He will have you laughing non-stop, that we can promise you.  Check out his upcoming shows in your local area.

 

To all of our Asheville and Winston-Salem, North Carolina fans, you must go see Del Shores at the top of his game. Get ready to laugh!

 

The creator of the Sordid Lives franchise and writer/director/producer of Southern Baptist Sissies, Blues for Willadean and Queer As Folk is back with all new hysterical, sordid stories. This time, Shores discusses the unexpected comedy of returning to the world of dating after divorce. He shares a litany of bad dates and the trials and tribulations of being on the prowl again when you are a “minor gay celebrity”.

“A master of the Texas comedy!” – Los Angeles Times

“He has no censor!” – Caroline Rhea, Actress

“Del Shores is so engaging!” – The Column (Dallas)

THE SHOW:

In this show, Del addresses life after gay divorce and struggling to get back in the dating game. “I wanted to just have a slut period, okay? But it’s hard to be a slut when you’re a gay half-ass celebrity! And even harder to date!“ Shores will tell more Sordid stories about his family, celebrities —- and his growing concern that he is the inspiring crime! He points out that there are three cases of women super-gluing their cheating husbands/boyfriends dicks to their stomachs ever since he wrote the infamous and suspiciously similar scene in SORDID LIVES. OH NO!

There will be more of his infamous P.S.F.U. letters to the haters and his unconventional activist fighting inequality, which will also be a theme culminating with Shores actually performing marriages (where legal) during the show, (thanks to his newly ordained status).

If you are EASILY offended, Del says, “you might want to stay home.”-

Upcoming shows:

 

Date: Sunday, August 16, 2015
Time: 6:00 PM

Winston-Salem Theatre Alliance
1047 Northwest Blvd
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Map & Directions

 

Date: Thursday, August 20, 2015
Time: 9:00 PM

O’Henry’s/The Underground
237 Haywood St.
Asheville, NC 28801
Map & Directions

 

For more information check out Del Shores.com 

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