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Dark Comedy on Off Off Broadway

14 Nov 2010 6:59 PM | Pam Steadman
Saturday, November 20
PLAY IN New York City (Midtown)
9:00 PM -11:00 PM
Also on Sunday, November 21--2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Payan Theatre in New York City
Times Square Arts Center
300 W. 43rd Street, New York (Fifth floor Studio).
Tickets: $18.00 at the door.
Info: 212-957-8358

Ten-MInute Play, "Going to the Dogs."
What happens when a soured-on-life elitist and an aging bohemian 
vegan try very hard to come to grips with life in a 55+ retirement 
Mecca of Discontent?  “Irving,” the family dog, is really deceased 
husband, Len, in this dark yet ridiculous comedy of lost 
desires, regrets, and reincarnation! 
Local Asbury Park playwright, Pam Munson Steadman, will be 
directing her new short comedy, "Going to the Dogs," in 
an off-off Broadway production 
It is part of an arts festival of several short plays presented
 by Strike 38 Productions of Manhattan/John Chatterton

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