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A Dog From Hell
Duke Coffeehouse—Those with a taste for theater with high aesthetic value created on a shoestring will want to get a bite out of this hot dog. Little Green Pig Theatrical Concern commissioned playwrights Cheryl Chamblee and Tamara Kissane of both hands theatre company to create a script, and LGP has adapted the resulting up styx creek into A Dog From Hell. Stay in hell, or abandon your true love there? Seven mythic characters consider which side of Cerberus they will choose. Dana Marks directs. Opens at Duke Coffeehouse with Sunday shows at The Pinhook through Feb. 15. For reservations: or call 452-9204. —Kate Dobbs Ariail

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