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Go Dog Go!

Kyle Pope
3 p.m. , Sunday April 14 | $3

Big dogs and little dogs, black dogs and white dogs and all dogs in between delve into life with gusto, creating a visual spectacle of movement and color for audience members of all ages. The dogs swim and play. They howl at the moon. They ride a Ferris wheel. They sing, dance and climb trees. It all culminates in the greatest Dog Party of them all in this rollicking, musical free-for-all.

Jamal Crowelle (MC Dog), Datus Puryear (Red Dog), Betsy Rosen (Blue Dog), Kevin Percival (Yellow Dog), Suzanne Blunk (Green Dog) and Heather Petersen (Hattie)  from the Playhouse’s Bruce E. Coyle Intern Company will appear in GO. DOG, GO! Chris Comer will accompany the cast with live music.

Playhouse Education Director Mark Lutwak will direct. According to Lutwak, “The play completely reinvents the picture book as a musical clown-like stage show. Chairs will become cars and boats and beds. Juggling clubs will become telescopes and maracas and oars and light switches. Cloth will become water, a bed sheet and a cake.”

Other members of the production team include Veronica Bishop (Set and Props Designer), Megan Schmidt (Costume Designer), Jonathan Waters (Costume Designer) and Sydney Kuhlman (Stage Manager).  




Where: Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park
Phone: 513-421-3888
Address: 962 Mt. Adams Circle
Website: www.cincyplay.com

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park

962 Mt. Adams Circle
Cincinnati, Ohio
45202
 
Two stages allow the Playhouse to put on productions concurrently with a vast mix of comedies, dramas, musicals, classics, new works coming from Broadway and off-Broadway and new works on their way up. Playhouse in the Park has won two Tony Awards in recent years. Also home to the weekend Rosenthal Next Generation Series.
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