DEL SHORES (Writer, Director, Producer)
STAGE: Cheatin’ (1984), Daddy’s Dyin’ (Who’s Got The Will?) (1987), Daughters of the Lone Star State (1993), Sordid Lives (1996), Southern Baptist Sissies (2000), The Trials and Tribulations of a Trailer Trash Housewife (2003) and Yellow (2010). Theatre awards and nominations: Los Angeles Drama Critics’ Circle, Ovation, GLAAD, Back Stage West Garland, NAACP and LA Weekly (2006 Career Achievement Award).
FILM: Daddy’s Dyin’... Who’s Got The Will? Writer/Executive Producer, (MGM), Sordid Lives Writer/Director/Producer (Regent Entertainment) – 13 festival Audience Awards, 3 Best Picture Awards, 1 Best Soundtrack Award. The Wilde Girls Writer/Director/Executive Producer (Showtime) and Blues For Willadean Writer/Director/Producer (Kestrel Films) – Shout Film Festival’s Best Narrative Audience Award. Lifetime Achievement Award 2012 FilmOut San Diego. A Very Sordid Wedding (filmed, 2017 early release).
TELEVISION: Ned and Stacey, Dharma and Greg, Queer As Folk Writer/Executive Producer and Sordid Lives: The Series Writer/Director/Producer.
STAND-UP NATIONAL TOURS: Del Shores: My Sordid Life (2010), Del Shores: Sordid Confessions (2011), Del Shores: Naked.Sordid.Reality (2012), Del Shores: My Sordid Best (2013-2014), Del Shores: SINgularly Sordid (2015).
Del is represented by Bradley Glenn at The Kaplan-Stahler Agency as a writer-director, by Linda McAlister Talent as an actor and is managed by Michael Warwick for personal appearances. His publisher for all of his plays is Samuel French, Inc. Twitter @DelShores Visit his fan page http://www.facebook.com/delshoresfanclub.