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Sit, Stay for U.S. Premiere of Thinking Cap Theatre’s hot dog at NSU

May 15–June 1

May 15–June 1

 

Want to go out? Catch hot dog, the latest production from Thinking Cap Theatre, the guest resident theatre of NSU. The play makes its U.S. premiere right here on campus, its cast includes faculty member Mark Duncan, M.F.A., associate professor and assistant director of the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences, and the production also features lighting design by Daniel Gelbmann, M.F.A., assistant professor at the college.

Written by Sarah Kosar and directed by Nicole Stodard, hot dog is a dark, comedic tale about giving and receiving care. Dog lives next door to her daughter Maryanne and son-in-law Michael. When Maryanne tires of caring for the feisty and stubborn Dog, she fetches her sister Carol for help. But Dog ends up making many bones about this decision. Kosar’s hot dog is an absurdist play, akin to the work of playwrights such as Edward Albee and Samuel Beckett.

Thinking Cap Theatre Presents hot dog
Written by Sarah Kosar | Directed by Nicole Stodard
May 15–June 1
Black Box Theatre | Don Taft University Center

Showtimes:
May 29–31 | 8:00 p.m.
June 1 | 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.

Tickets
General admission tickets to hot dog are $35 each, available at http://thinkingcaptheatre.com. Student tickets are $10 each and can be reserved by phone at (813) 220-1546 or, based on availability, purchased at the door on the day of the performance (valid NSU ID required).

About Thinking Cap Theatre
Founded in 2010, Thinking Cap Theatre (TCT) is a non-profit, Fort Lauderdale-based theatre company devoted to presenting experimental, provocative, and socially-conscious plays. TCT is also committed to presenting works that depict a range of identities more reflective of today’s society; to dismantling norms and stereotypes through non-reactionary, honest means; and to freshly presenting both well-known and rarely-staged classical plays.

TCT will enjoy temporary residency inside NSU’s Black Box Theatre this summer while awaiting completion of its permanent theatrical home, The Vanguard.