“I had rather be a dog, and bay the moon than such a Roman.”
Julius Caesar IV.3
Usually, this is about the time of year when I let you know about all of the fantastic shows our Ensemble members are involved in for the Winnipeg Fringe Festival. However, this year I am aware of only one, and it happens to be the one I’m directing!
Dog Act is a fantastically entertaining play by Liz Duffy Adams which wrings together elements of William Shakespeare, Samuel Beckett, J.M. Barrie, Anthony Burgess, George Miller, North American First Nations folklore, Bessie Smith, Bud Abbott & Lou Costello, Sophie Tucker, David Suzuki, the word of God as set down in the Old Testament, and much, much more! (It also comes with a language warning!)
All the information you might need to help you decide to buy tickets in advance can be found by clicking the links below:
In the meantime, I can assure you that the play itself is richly rewarding and very funny, the cast is top-notch, and the venue is spacious, comfortable, air-conditioned and easy to get to! COME AND SEE DOG ACT: you’ll be doing yourself a favour. In fact, see all the fringe shows you can.