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  • DogStar Theater Co. presents The Electric Baby by Stefanie Zadravec
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    DogStar Theater Co. presents The Electric Baby by Stefanie Zadravec

    DogStar Theater Company brings Stefanie Zadravec’s acclaimed play The Electric Baby to Center Stage. Working in the genre of magical realism, this play revolves around the intertwined lives of six characters all brought together through a tragic accident. There is a seventh character onstage throughout who we certainly see, never hear from, but most definitely feel: the Electric Baby.

  • Intimate Constellations: A treasure hunt of one-acts and music under the stars
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    Intimate Constellations: A treasure hunt of one-acts and music under the stars

    Inspired by the works that shift perspective and perception, featuring on acts and monologues by Arthur Miller, Susan Glaspell, Tennessee Williams and more, audience members will move from scene to scene, from gallery space to rooftop deck, sometimes guided there, sometimes stumbling onto a scene or monologue on your own.

  • "Three Tall Women" & "Lettice and Lovage"--WOMEN FORWARD: 2 Plays
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    "Three Tall Women" & "Lettice and Lovage"--WOMEN FORWARD: 2 Plays

    DramaDogs, a Theater Company and DogStar Theater Company are in collaboration; co-creating an innovative project which highlights women in roles regarding choice, introspection and transformation; women who play their significant part in the humanity of the world. Come September, THREE TALL WOMEN by Edward Albee and LETTICE AND LOVAGE by Peter Shaffer will be brought to Center Stage, produced by DogStar and DramaDogs, respectively.

  • The Foreigner
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    DogStar Theater Co. presents "The Foreigner"

    THE FOREIGNER
    a comedy by Larry Shue
    Directed by Nita Davanzo

    This timely story is both hilarious and frighteningly relevant. Winner of two Obie Awards and two Outer Critics Circle Awards as Best New American Play (1984) and Best Off- Broadway Production, based on what the NY Post describes as a "devilishly clever idea," the play demonstrates what can happen when a group of devious characters must deal with a stranger who (they think) knows no English.

    "I laughed start to finish at one comic surprise after another."The New Yorker.

  • Find Your Light: Weekly Acting Workshop
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    Find Your Light: Embodied Acting Workshop for Beginning to Intermediate Performers

    Dig deep and find gold.

    Our weekly acting workshops offer a safe place for exploring new facets of you - as performer, as man, as woman, as human being.

    Each week, actors will be assigned scenes or monologues to work on that fit their acting level and ability. Actors will be given guidance, direction and feedback in a calm and creative space that allows for growth and development of one's self and one's craft.

    Beginners to intermediate acting levels are welcomed.