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Photo Flash: THE DOG IN THE MANGER Opens this Week at Capitol Hill Arts Worskshop

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Diana, Countess of Belfor, has ignored all advances from suitors volleying for her hand in marriage. When her secretary, Teodoro, expresses his love for her lady-in-waiting, Marcela, Diana finds herself consumed with jealousy - and, to her surprise, in love with Teodoro. The two women launch into an intense battle of class, wealth, and the common disregard for the desires of others as they fight for Teodoro's affections. Lope De Vega's comedy enlightens much about the present era, as we watch the wage gap, gender, race, and affluence deepen the divides in the framework of the American people. A humorous but insightful examination of privilege, THE DOG IN THE MANGER leaves us asking, "If I raised my voice, would any of this change?"

THE DOG IN THE MANGER is presented at the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (545 7th St SE) located in the Eastern Market neighborhood, Washington, DC. Performances are November 8 - December 2: Wednesday through Saturday at 7:30, with two pay-what-you-can Saturday matinees on November 18 and 25 at 2pm and one industry night on Monday, November 13 at 7:30. Opening night is Friday, November 10 and Press Night is November 11. November 8 and 9 are pay-what-you-can previews. Tickets are available at whfdoginthemanger.bpt.me or linked through the We Happy Few website, www.wehappyfewdc.com.

Check out photos of the production below:

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Photo Flash: THE DOG IN THE MANGER Opens this Week at Capitol Hill Arts Worskshop
Natalie Cutcher, Debora Crabbe, Tori Boutin

Photo Flash: THE DOG IN THE MANGER Opens this Week at Capitol Hill Arts Worskshop
Tori Boutin, Charlie Retzlaff, Natalie Cutcher, Debora Crabbe

Photo Flash: THE DOG IN THE MANGER Opens this Week at Capitol Hill Arts Worskshop
Raven Bonniwell, Natalie Cutcher


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