In the blistering cold Alaskan December, a few newly drafted college students and an army sergeant are stranded in a tattered house in a small town during World War 3 after the deadliest battle on U.S. soil, forever known as “The Battle for Alaska”. With limited food, water, and trust, escape from the looming threat of the Russian military seems impossible.
Directed by Ashlyn Frank, Assistant Directed by Natalia Lee
Doghouse Ensemble Theatre presents a reading of Thank You for Your Home in New York City on April 15 at 3pm and 7:30pm.
Tickets are available for purchase here. Pay-What-You-Can performances are just one of the ways Doghouse Ensemble Theatre is working to allow our communities access to our work without being financially burdened. Tickets are priced at $4, $6, $8, $10, and $15.
The Outs and Ins: A Study in the Ineffable is a new song cycle written by Jacob Ryan Smith exploring the inability for words to fully describe a person’s experience. Using a cast of University of Michigan Musical Theatre students, The Outs and Ins looks at ten medical diagnoses and follows the stories of the individuals who are defined by them.
Developed as part of Doghouse Ensemble Theatre’s Incubator Program, The Outs and Ins is produced by Wilson Plonk, has Music Direction and Orchestrations by Cole P. Abod, and has Direction by Peter Scattini
The Outs and Ins will be presented in Ann Arbor, Michigan on April 17th at 8pm and 11pm.
Gruesome Playground Injuries by Rajiv Joseph
This heartbreaking comedy bluntly showcases the beauty and pain of friendship. Over the course of 30 years, the lives of Kayleen (Zoe Greenwald) and Doug (Mikkel Knutson) intersect at inconspicuous pivotal moments, leading the two childhood friends to compare scars and the physical calamities that draw them together.
Doghouse Ensemble Theatre proudly presents Gruesome Playground Injuries in collaboration with Third Onion Productions from April 26–28 at 7:30 p.m.
Gruesome Playground Injuries will be performed in the Diversions Lounge of the Holmes Student Center at Northern Illinois University in Dekalb, IL. There will be a talkback following the performance on April 27th. Tickets are Pay-What-You-Can with a $3.50 minimum at the door.
Directed by Julia Steenstra, featuring stage management by Kristen Cox, and sound design by Rachel Jaco
The Brick Theater, Inc. and Doghouse Ensemble Theatre present
As You Like It by William Shakespeare
Adapted and Directed by Catherine Andre
As You Like It will play The Brick (579 Metropolitan Ave at Lorimer Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn) as part of The Festival of Lies on June 23 at 1pm, June 25 at 7pm, and July 1 at 1pm
Director Catherine Andre reimagines Shakespeare’s As You Like It to interrogate our society’s tenuous relationship to truth and reality building. Developed as part of Doghouse Ensemble Theatre’s Incubator, this dark and experimentally reimagined As You Like It examines our society’s tenuous relationship to truth and reality building. Framed around the Forest of Arden as Rosalind’s fantastical response to trauma, this production will harness the storytelling power of a predominantly female cast to interrogate this “post-truth” era and consider how we all frame the world “as we like it.”
Tickets ($20) may be purchased online at www.bricktheater.com or by calling 866-811-4111.