Written by Douglas Carter Beane, directed by Steve Goldklang. Satiric story of one actor's expereience with Hollywood fame and sexuality.
If you’ve ever read Gawker, picked up a magazine in the supermarket while waiting at the checkout, or watched most any channel on TV besides PBS, you know that we are a culture obsessed with the sex lives of celebrities. It’s extra titillating, it seems, if we suspect those celebrities might be gay. The Little Dog Laughed, a play by Douglas Carter Beane that had its first run in 2006, takes this predilection of ours, and Hollywood’s response to it, as its fodder. The play is dark, witty, and self-referential, and the Fells Point Corner Theatre’s production of it is a fast-paced, fun ride, if not an entirely smooth one. (Speaking of voyeurism, it does include a brave, buns-out nude scene.)
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