Two Dumb Dogs Performance

April 20, 2011 at 9:29 am

As the theatre program at the University of South Carolina Upstate continues its quest to perform live theatre for more than 3,000 elementary and middle school students and their teachers and administrators during the month of April, it is readying for a public performance on Saturday, April 23. Two Dumb Dogs will be performed at 11:00 a.m. in the University Readiness Center on the USC Upstate campus.

Two Dumb Dogs features Ferdo and Floof who are not-very-bright dogs. Constantly getting into trouble with their owner Roger, due to mainly breaking his rules, the dogs decide to run away and seek fame and fortune. They enter the Enchanted forest and encounter an evil witch who puts spells on those around her. They finally run back home and decide to stay with the person who loves them.  It is a story about knowing who is important in our lives and knowing when to listen and not be selfish. Two Dumb Dogs was written in 2008 and won “Best New Children’s Play” that year.

Tickets are $3 per person and can be reserved by calling 503-5621.For additional information, contact Rich Robinson, associate professor of theatre, at (864) 503-5621 or rrobinson@uscupstate.edu.