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The Little Dog Laughed


Wed 19 Nov 2008–Sat 29 Nov 2008, 7:30pm–9:45pm

Where: Downstage Theatre, 12 Cambridge Tce, Wellington

Ticket Information:

  • Student Rush: $20.00
  • Concession: $33.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Downstage

Nominated for four Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards

Director of the Year: Willem Wassenaar
Set Designer of the Year:Daniel Williams
Most Promising Female Newcomer: Sophie Hambleton
Outstanding Performance: Kip Chapman

Mitchell Green has a problem. He's the beloved Hollywood hero all the ladies want to be with and all the men want to be (and maybe be with as well). But he isn't who he says he is . . . and by falling in love he could bring his whole show world crashing down. Luckily for him, his hard-case uber-Agent, Diane, is working on an ethics-free solution that will keep Mitchell in business, her in Blahniks and the public in the dark. Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to Hollywood!

For sure the hottest ticket in the capital this spring, The Little Dog Laughed is a Tony Award nominated, smash-hit Broadway comedy, starring four of Wellington's hottest young actors: Kip Chapman (The American Pilot, Apollo 13), Sophie Hambleton (VÜNDERBRA!), Richard Knowles (The Gods of Warm Beer) and Renée Sheridan (Jeff Koons, A Streetcar named Desire). Designed by Chapman Tripp nominee Daniel Williams and directed by Willem Wassenaar (Chapman Tripp Award winner for Angels in America 2007).

And not to forget, it certainly contains nudity and adult themes.

"The tastiest homegrown comedy of manners to hit New York" - Ben Brantley, The New York Times.

"A great piece of contemporary theatre with real themes, engrossing performers and a pertinent message." Jackson Coe, The Salient

"Cutting wit. Not to be missed." Mary-Anne Bourke,

"Sharp, satirical, sharp" Lynn Freeman, Capital Times

"Must-see." Priyanka Bhonsule, The Hutt News

"Strong cast, cutting wit . . . a winner . . . If you're keen for something different . . . go check out The Little Dog Laughed, it certainly is an interesting tale."

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