"Jim Dalglish’s wonderful two-act play explored the complex relationship between people and their dogs from both the human and canine perspectives." Kathi Scrizzi Driscoll, Our Favorite Theater of the Year, Cape Cod Times
"That Dalglish can touch on such universal themes is a testament to his talent. “Bark Park” is an entertaining, insightful, and deeply moving theatrical experience." - Paul Babin, s: Dogs, Owners Speak their Minds in Bark Park, Cape Cod Times
"The play is poignant and touching and holds together as an endearing piece." - John Watters, Bark Park is a Doggone Good Play, Barnstable Patriot.
Mia – Beautiful, ambitious woman in her late twenties, early thirties. She has come to New York on a mission.
Mike – The “Mayor” of the dog run near Strawberry Fields in Central Park. A man who has lived in New York for 20 years. Though quite gregarious with strangers, he keeps his personal problems to himself.
Place - A dog run in Central Park. Not too far from “Strawberry Fields.”
Time - Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall of this year.
No Set. An open stage with subtle lighting cues will suffice.
Comedy / Drama
Freedom vs. Responsibility; the strange relationship between humans and their “pets.”
Cotuit Center for the Arts
Bark Park: August 2014
Mia – Anna Botsford; Mike/Jimmy – Elliot Sicard; Truman – Tony Travostino; Director – Jim Dalglish
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