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Wood Boy Dog Fish

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Based on The Adventures of Pinocchio By Carlo Collodi
Pinocchio like only the Rogues could imagine it. Guard your crickets.

Experience the Rogue’s delightfully macabre take on a story you think you know in this modern day twist on the classic Italian tale.  In this world-premiere play for mature audiences the cricket is killed, Blue haunts us all and the Dogfish lurks in the corner waiting for your fear. As you live, and you die, what will you leave behind?

Over ten years in the making, Rogue Artists Ensemble’s Wood Boy Dog Fish will be a visual feast, combining masked and unmasked actors, highly expressive physical performance, dance, interactive sets, multiple puppetry traditions, projected media, sophisticated special effects ,and illusions.

Wood Boy Dog Fish is made possible in part by grants from the City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs, the Jim Henson Foundation and the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.

11061335_10153136336218315_8003169666177515973_oUpcoming Performances:

Previews: November 6 – 8, 2015
Opening Night: November 13, 2015
Runs through December 5, 2015

Where: Bootleg Theater, Los Angeles
Check back soon for times and ticket info!

Auditioning this month! Visit our Audition Page for info!

 

 

 

 

Additional Credits

Directed By
Sean T. Cawelti
Adapted for the Stage By
Chelsea Sutton with Rogue Artists Ensemble
Music and Songs Composed By
Ego Plum
Costume Design
Kerry Hennessy
Video Design
Dallas Nichols
Sound Design
John Nobori
Puppet Design
Greg Ballora, Cristina Bercowitz, Sean Cawelti, Christine Papalexis, Jack Pullman, Brian White
Dramaturgy By
Dylan Southard and Lynn Jeffries
Project Development Team
Kris Bicknell, Sean T. Cawelti, Kerry Hennessy, Matthew Hill, Lynn Jeffries and Ego Plum

A Rogue THANK YOU!

The PINOCCHIO Kickstarter campaign was a huge success, and the Rogues want to send a BIG THANK YOU to all the donors who made the first workshop possible! CLICK HERE to see the names of the fabulous philanthropists who keep the Rogues on the stage!

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