My Barking Dog by Eric Coble

Acting Ensemble is holding open auditions for its next staged reading in Acting Ensemble’s 2022 StageWorks Staged Reading series.  Staged readings are done with script in hand (no memorizing necessary), using minimal props, costumes, lighting or other technical effects.  There are usually 3 rehearsals for each reading, and StageWorks are performed the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30pm at Ensemble on the Avenue (602 E. Mishawaka Avenue, Mishawaka).

Performance is April 5, 7:30pm – My Barking Dog

COVID vaccinations are expected, and masks are required.  For performance, actors may unmask.  Audiences remain masked for now.  Click here for ACTING ENSEMBLE INFECTION CONTROL PLAN

Sunday March 27 at 2:00pm and Monday March 27 at 7:00pm Auditions for My Barking Dog by Eric Coble

Auditions consist of cold readings from sides chosen by the director, Andi Creasbaum.  For any questions or to schedule an alternate audition time, please email info@actingensemble.com 
THE STORY: Two lonely people’s lives are pushed suddenly into the unforeseen when a starving coyote shows up at their apartment building. MY BARKING DOG is a truly unpredictable, gripping exploration of isolated urban lifestyles and a daring lament for the destruction of nature by man-made boundaries.
CHARCTERS:
Melinda – a woman – 30’s – 40’s
Toby – a man – 30’s – 40’s
“MY BARKING DOG…shocks and surprises, and in a most brilliant and entertaining way… poetic, funny, gripping and stomach-churning, and sometimes all these things together.” —LA Weekly.
“…smart, witty, theatre of absurd-esque…a streamlined, no-fat depiction of two lonely souls possibly finding their ultimate purpose in life.” —BroadwayWorld.com.
“I only wish more American plays were this daring… by the last moments of the play, we’re in a fever dream of a world, a demented fantasy in which Nature finally has its revenge on Culture. If you think you’ve guessed what I mean, I guarantee you’re mistaken.” —CLTampa.com.
“…MY BARKING DOG has plenty of bite… smart, edgy, visceral and socially relevant… funny as hell, something that few plays with a social message manage to be.” —TheBradentonTimes.com.
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