Whistler Wednesdays: Red Dog, by John Greiner-Ferris
A dark comedy that examines the similarities between physical and emotional pain and their effects on the human spirit.
What would we do as a society if we could actually see physical effects on our emotional bodies? As a society we have yet to accept that emotional pain is the same as physical pain, and as a species we still can't see the actual human part that is being hurt. But evidence suggests that that part actually exists.
On six Wednesdays throughout our fifth season, we at Whistler in the Dark will host a series of New Play Readings at The Factory Theatre. Whistler in the Dark is always looking to connect with new collaborators and partners and it is our hope that this ongoing project will, in addition to celebrating the vibrant work of our local Boston playwrights, become a meeting ground for Boston's up-and-coming directors and actors.
With a different director and cast for each reading, Whistler Wednesdays promise to introduce the Whistler audience to a host of new voices and artists in Boston. Following each of the readings, you'll have the chance to join the playwright, director and actors for a moderated conversation about the work.
The Factory Theatre
791 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02118
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|