Dog, Woman, Man
A dog narrates the odd behavior and woman who have bound themselves to one
another even though neither can stand the other's company. At the very moment
they meet, the dog runs up and stays with them because he - like them - has
nothing to lose and he - like them - is looking for protection. After a short
period of devotion, human nature forces its way to the surface: love becomes
possessiveness, closeness is replaced by mistrust and alienation. But a
break-up is out of the question. The couple’s energy-sapping everyday routine
binds them together like a taut leash. This all seems very natural to the dog: "We
dogs and human beings are alike in many ways. We deal with catastrophes
similarly: we accept them."
This show contains adult themes and language; viewer discretion is
The Schuster Theatre box office opens 1 hour prior to curtain at which
time online ticket sales for that performance will be closed and you can
purchase tickets at the theatre. This event is open to the public. There is
absolutely no late seating. All audience must wear masks.
A note to all audience members :
You are required to wear a mask the entire time you are inside the Schuster
Theatre. A face shield, gator, bandana, mesh mask do not count as a face mask.
We are not able to issue refunds at this time for any reason.
Each current Gannon student may use the code DOG at checkout to reduce the
cost of the ticket to $5. Each current Gannon student may use a $5 if they each
show their ID at the box office. If you purchased a Gannon student ticket
by accident, you will be asked to pay $2 at box office to bring your ticket price
up to the regular cost of $7.