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15 Star Starred
Studio/Stage Theater
Between Clinton St and Maplewood Ave 520 North Western Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90004
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4.2 / 5 Rated by 18 members
Review from Sammy Green
Red Velvet 226 events 165 reviews

A lot of things for nothing,,,very boring, and a very cliche subject. Annoying performances. I did not give one star, because i do not like the word " hate"

reviewed Jul 03 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Jennifer
Red Velvet 101 events 13 reviews

Cute play. Excellent set and costume design especially for a small play house. Creative use of puppets.Great actors. I don't understand why some of the reviews have been so critical.

My single gripe is that the seats were darned close together.

reviewed Jul 24 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member
168 events 118 reviews

If "I Love Lucy" & "Stepford Wives" had a perfect, post-apocalyptic child it might be "D is for Dog".

Horrific, larger-than-life-size puppets make for a compelling second act.

Rogue Artists can always be counted on for incorporating...continued

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“The suspenseful plot evokes The Twilight Zone and Ray Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles and hinges on three unforgettable life-sized puppets. Like the best science fiction, D Is for Dog gains its power from the vulnerability of its characters, human or not.” -The Los Angeles Times
“A riveting sci-fi tale that, like the best of that genre, comes off as frighteningly prescient. What makes this production so distinctive… is its staging … The menacing life-size puppets are spooky enough to haunt one’s nightmares for a very long time.” —LA Weekly (Go!)
“It’s captivating, funny, mysterious and scary … all at the same time. You never quite know what to expect with this odd cast of characters, including life size puppets! You won’t want to miss this uniquely entertaining theatre piece.” —KPCC
D Is For Dog retains the striking design elements the Rogues are known for but has pared down the amount. This show focuses instead on a deceptively simple story and a terrific cast, delivering a sci-fi black comedy that ultimately sucker punches the audience in the heart.” -" ":


In the seemingly innocent home of the Rogers family, life is like a 1950s sitcom…or is it? All is not as perfect as it seems. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers and their two darling children, Dick and Jane, must face their history and identity before it is too late, with only mysterious phone calls and a forbidden book as clues. D is for Dog explores the themes of family loyalty and compassion using iconic imagery from 1950s television blended with startling elements of horror and science fiction. Mixing puppetry, live actors, original music and video projection, the play takes audiences from the absurd to the terrifying, and everywhere in-between.

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