A Nightwood Theatre Production in association with The Canadian Stage Company
Berkeley Street Theatre Downstairs
October 4 – November 8, 2008
From the novel by Helen Humphreys
Arranged for the stage by Anne Hardcastle
Directed by Kelly Thornton
Each evening at dusk, six people gather at the edge of the woods calling their dogs back – dogs that have turned wild. Drawn together by need, this unlikely group forms a community – until violence strikes unexpectedly. An unforgettable story about the wild in all of us.
Tamara Podemski, Les Carlson, Steve Cumyn, Raven Dauda, Stephen Joffe, Tony Nappo and Taylor Trowbridge
Set & Costume Design: Teresa Przybylski
Lighting Design: Kimberly Purtell
Sound Design: Jennifer Gillmor
Click here to see the Toronto Star interview with Tamara Podemski.
“Love is like…wild dogs. If it hunts you down, it will not let you go.”
From WILD DOGS
“It is not often that a script comes across my desk that excites me so much. It is one of the most daring and original texts I’ve seen in some time. So much theatricality and an array of brilliant characters told with naked gusto. Arrestingly honest with a profound message about love and our need to belong.”
Artistic Director, Kelly Thornton
And for all you Helen Humphrey fans:
Helen Humphreys and Nightwood Theatre pair up at this year’s International Festival of Authors on Wednesday, October 29, 8:00pm at the Lakeside Terrace, Harbourfront Centre. Don’t miss Helen Humphreys reading from her new book, Coventry, at this year’s IFOA. Prior to Helen reading, Nightwood will perform an excerpt from Wild Dogs. A double bill you won’t want to miss. For more information about IFOA and to purchase tickets, please click here to visit their website.