Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Dog Wish

FGCU Theatre Lab presents "Dog Wish," an original, ensemble-created performance, to FGCU's Black Box Theatre, April 3-14, 2013.

An original play created in collaboration with The Humane Society of the United States and The Humane University, Dog Wish explores the human-animal bond we share with "man's best friend." Dog Wish stages the diversity of human-dog relationships with a script based on interview narratives with animal behaviorists, K9 sheriffs, local rescues, animal assisted therapy providers, shelter technicians, and dog lovers of many stripes.  Dog Wish conveys heartwarming stories of unconditional love, confounding tales of abuse and dog fighting, and the joyful intimacies of humans' lives with dogs—while revealing truths about the human animal.

Dog Wish includes dance, movement, monologues, ensemble scenes, and film to share dynamic and entertaining stories from national and local experts and "dog people" about our endearing canine companions. All interviews and research conducted by FGCU students, cast, and Michelle Hayford.

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