The Little Dog Laughed Broadway
Five-time Tony nominated Playwright Douglas Carter Beane, takes us on a tangy ride with Mitchell Green, a movie star who would have it all if he didn't have that wee problem of keeping his "slightly recurring case of homosexuality" under wraps. Mix in the brash Hollywood agent, the darling rent boy who has stolen Mitchell's heart, and the rent boy's girlfriend - what? the rent boy has a girl? Pour over ice and you will be served up a deep shot glass of witty banter and risquÃ© humor.
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by BWW News Desk - January 18, 2007
Zoe Lister-Jones will return to the role of Ellen, which she created in the original off-Broadway production of The Little Dog Laughed, for the comedy's final two weeks of its Broadway run. Ms. Lister-Jones will begin performances on Tuesday, February 6. Ari Graynor, who has played the role for the show's Broadway engagement, will be away from the production for a previously scheduled commitment during those two weeks.
by Broadway Beat - November 26, 2006
This week on Broadway Beat get up close and personal with the cast and crews of Little Dog Laughed, Suddenly Last Summer and Italian + Jewish = Therapy!
by Michael Dale - November 24, 2006
Douglas Carter Beane's comedy is certainly the most explosively funny, deliciously dirt-filled satire to hit Broadway in many a season, but only when Julie White is on stage.
by BWW News Desk - October 26, 2006
An extra performance has been added for Douglas Carter Beane's Hollywood satire The Little Dog Laughed, which is currently in previews at the Cort Theatre
by BWW News Desk - October 5, 2006
Johnny Galecki will miss the first two preview performances of Broadway's The Little Dog Laughed
by BWW News Desk - August 30, 2006
Ari Graynor will complete the cast of Douglas Carter Beane's Broadway-bound Hollywood satire The Little Dog Laughed, which will be leashed to the Cort Theatre on October 26th for a November 13th opening
by BWW News Desk - August 8, 2006
Tom Everett Scott, Julie White and Johnny Galecki will star in the Broadway transfer of The Little Dog Laughed, which opens on November 13th at the Cort Theatre
by Broadway Beat - February 4, 2006
This week Broadway Beat brings you up close to the casts of The Little Dog Laughed and Fanny Hill!