Our previously scheduled Other Voices presentation of Little Nemo has been cancelled.
Manbites Dog has a longtime commitment to producing and presenting new work, and a great respect for the creation process. The creators of Little Nemo feel strongly that their new work needs more time in development. We support them in that decision, and look forward to its future performance when they feel it is ready.
While we regret that Little Nemo will not be part of the Manbites Dog Theater final season at 703 Foster Street, we are thrilled to be able to present for the first time on our stage A Trailer Park Christmas.
Set in West Durham, this interactive, holiday entertainment follows the Dodson/Hussy family as they grapple with crazy neighbors, ghosts, fruitcakes and a holiday tornado. Created by Durham theater artists Jeffrey Moore and Rachel Klem, A Trailer Park Christmas has been a local holiday tradition for 10 years. Join us for an epic Yuletide family-friendly Faulknerian farce, running December 7-16 at Manbites Dog.
Presented as part of Manbites Dog’s Other Voices Series
2017-18 Season Producers:
David Ball and Susan C. Pochapsky, Dorrie Casey and Archie Purcell, Barbara Dickinson and Michel Tharp, Marybeth Dugan and Kenny Dalsheimer, Mig and Michael Hayes, Jane Holding, Thomas S. Kenan III, John Martin and Robert Anthony McVeigh, Michael O’Foghludha and Linda Daniel
Manbites Dog Theater’s 2017-2018 season is supported by the Durham Arts Council’s Annual Arts Fund, and the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources; and by support from the Duke University Department of Theater Studies.