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Armory Square Playhouse gone to the dogs

What: Armory Square Playhouse will present staged readings of six new short plays by members Amy Doherty, Richard Harris, Kathy Kramer, Peter Moller and Joel Potash.

Where: Link Gallery, located on the ground level of the S.U. Community Art Wing in the Warehouse, 350 W. Fayette St., Syracuse.

When: Tuesday, June 16 at 6:30 p.m.

Admission: All proceeds will go to the CNYSPCA. $10 suggested donation. Supplies on the CNYSPCA's Wish list also encouraged and will be delivered by ASP members. The wish list can be found at cnyspca.org/.

The details:

Armory Square Playhouse was invited by Sonita Surratt to present the readings in Link Gallery, which is currently housing Vicktory Dogs, an exhibit of paintings depict ing the surviving dogs victimized in the dog fighting ring of Michael Vick. Link Gallery is located on the ground level of the S.U. Community Art Wing in the Warehouse, 350 W. Fayette St., Syracuse. A detailed description of the Vicktory Dogs exhibition can be found at sunews.syr.edu/story_details.cfm?id=6057.

The plays:

Can the ebullient Fifi help her spouse, Fido, overcome rejection and live to bark another day? This is the question at the heart of A Doggie-Drama by Kathy Kramer. In Hey Diddle Diddle by Joel Potash, a nursery rhyme comes to life in 2009. The Mystery of the Chair by Peter Moller will sound familiar to anyone who lives with cats. In this play, two cats puzzle over one of the biggest problems of their lives, "Who moved the chair? And what does it mean?"

In the monologue, Mozart and What's His Name by Richard Harris, an upscale NYC living arrangement is affected by pet conflict. Harris' My Pet Pig chronicles the story of a Texas youth who suffers over loss of a beloved pet pig. What would happen if your dog locked you in the kitchen for 6 hours? This is the question explored in the play Woof Woof by Amy Doherty.

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