OFFICIAL WINNER OF THE HOLLYWOOD ENCORE PRODUCERS’ AWARD
OFFICIAL NOMINEE FOR THE TOP OF THE FRINGE AWARD
OFFICIAL NOMINEE FOR THE FRINGE AWARD FOR SOLO PERFORMANCE
OFFICIAL NOMINEE FOR THE JAXX CULTURAL ARTS ENVOY AWARD
OFFICIAL NOMINEE FOR THE SPLASH AWARD, PRESENTED BY NAMBA PERFORMING ARTS SPACE
What the f*ck is up with Evangelicals? Good Question! Dan can help.
Born to devout Christians who had committed their lives to the service of the Lord, Daniel was raised in Thailand, Cambodia, and Romania, with a few years in the United States thrown in to stay relatable. Growing up a member of a Pentecostal Church, he always believed his mission was clear – bring salvation to the lost. However, cracks start to form when a good, Christian boy starts feeling a little lost himself.
Using a multi-media blend of true stories, characters, and cultural commentary, this auto-biographical solo show about faith, doubt, and trauma finds Dan asking the question no one around him seemed interested in asking; "what’s so wrong with being lost?”
Dan made his solo performance debut as a part of Solofest 2020, the largest solo theatre festival on the West Coast, where ‘Missionary Positions’ was selected for Best of Fest. Now, following an unforeseen global pandemic, Dan is resurrecting his show live at the Zephyr Theatre for his Hollywood Fringe Festival Debut!
“Missionary Positions” includes adult language and discussion of adult themes, and is therefore not recommended for the little ones.
“Missionary Positions” is written and performed by Dan Prevette, directed by and developed with Jessica Lynn Johnson, and presented in association with the Zephyr Theatre.