Opening June 8th and running through June 28th, 2014
(Los Angeles) Sewer Socialist Productions is proud to present the world premiere of Paul Hoan Zeidler’s Woof-Woof, a searing, brutal and redemptive drama about the love of violence and the joy of killing. What would you do if a childhood friend you hadn’t seen in 8 years suddenly showed up at your door … if you knew he’d joined the Army and been sent to Iraq? Starring Jay Seals, Brett Donaldson and Devin Skrade, the Premiere Opens June 8th at The Asylum Lab Theatre, as part of the Hollywood Fringe 2014. Tickets are $10.
Woof-Woof is produced by Charles Pacello, directed by the author, Paul Hoan Zeidler, and stars Jay Seals, Brett Donaldson and Devin Skrade.
Jimmy, an Iraq war vet grappling with a traumatic brain injury and PTSD, is discharged from a Warrior Transition Unit at a U.S. Army hospital in Washington, D.C., on a cold winter day. Instead of returning to his family in Philadelphia, he hitchhikes to New York and searches out his childhood friend. Chuck is surprised by his visit–he hasn’t seen Jimmy in 8 years–but when he learns it’s his first day out of the Army he convinces his roommate Brandon to bring him along on a wild night of clubbing. When a long forgotten, brutally violent incident involving Chuck and Jimmy is revealed, conflicts escalate before the three can get out the door.
Sun., June 8 — 6 pm (Press preview)(pay what you can)
Thurs., June 12 — 10 pm (Opening)
Sat., June 14 — 2:30 pm
Sun., June 15 — 7:30 pm
Fri., June 20 — 8:30 pm
Thurs., June 26 — 7 pm
Sat., June 28 — 7:30 pm