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December 15,2011

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Dear Friend,

 

Dog & Pony Theatre Company is now in its eighth artistic season, and we are excited to share two new projects with you!  We are proud to produce works by new and emerging playwrights whose voices are socially and culturally inventive, imaginative and daring. We continue to bring a new voice to the Chicago theatre scene.

 

As you know, it takes many elements to make a show successful.  For a company that thinks outside of the box, those elements are often above and beyond a traditional theatre experience.  For instance, in addition to playwrights, directors, actors, and designers, ...continue reading

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May 9,2011

Roadkill Confidential Runs 2 More Weeks


Catch it before we close June 4. If you haven't already, check out these great reviews from Time Out Chicago, The Reader and Chicago Journal. Then buy your ticket and bring your pals.

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May 11,2011

Roadkill in Red Eye

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Thanks to the Chicago theatre community for plugging Roadkill Confidential in today's Red Eye. Check out Pony (About Face, dir. Bonnie Metzgar), Woyzeck (Hypocrites, dir. Sean Graney), and Soul Samurai (Theatre Wit, dir. Mitch Golub).

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May 9,2011

Ruff Play Reading Series May 11, 18 & 25

Admission free

Featured readings at the Ruff Play Reading Series may potentially evolve into full productions. The reading series invites audience members to discuss these works in progress. All readings will be held at The Building Stage, 412 Carpenter Street.

Fish Bites Fishes Tail

A screenplay by Shelia Callaghan*

Directed by John Rooney*

May 11 at 8 p.m.

 

Featuring the cast of Roadkill Confidential:

Sorin Brouwers

Lucy Carapetyan

Andrew Goetten

Daniel Smith

Heather Townsend

 

With stage directions read by Havalah Grace & Alex Stage

 

Set against the vast, glimmering Los Angeles cityscape, a troubled young novelist falls for his father's wife: a Serbian refugee with a dark past.

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Sketches from Chicago '68

By Stephen Ptacek*

Conceived by Devon de Mayo*

May 18 at 8 p.m.

 

Featuring

Blaine Grenier

Marta Juaniza*

Kristopher Hyland

Dan Edelstein

Jordi Mumma

 

An honest exploration of the politics, demonstrations, brutality and meaning of ...continue reading

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May 6,2011

Getting to The Building Stage


Not sure how to get here for Roadkill Confidential?
Watch this handy dandy video.




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