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The Big Deal: Kitchen Dog Theater’s ‘Wolf At The Door’

by Gila Espinoza 27 Mar 2019 1:31 AM

Kitchen Dog Theater will present the National New Play Network (NNPN) Rolling World Premiere of “Wolf at the Door.” The NNPN is an initiative committed to giving new plays the support needed to join the repertoire of produced American works. “The Wolf at the Door,” a dark story about domestic abuse, is written as a Latinx fairy tale – a fairy tale for adults inspired by Latinx mythology. It’s written by Lockhart native Marisela Treviño Orta.

In this dark fairy tale, Isadora finds her strength to stand up to her abusive husband Séptimo when he forces the very pregnant Yolot to stay against her will. While Séptimo makes plans for the baby, Isadora and Yolot devise one of their own. And as a pack of wolves closes in on the hacienda, Isadora must decide what price she’ll pay for her own freedom. Enter to win a pair of tickets to see the production on April  11, at the Trinity River Arts Center.

Photo by Matt Mrozek

After signing up below be sure to take the time to sign up for our two other Big Deals – tickets to see the Dallas Symphony Orchestra present 1812 Overture and Bronfam Plays Liszt or the Children’s Chorus of Greater Dallas final season concert Centuries of Song at the Meyerson Symphony Center.

Please note: Only Art&Seek newsletter subscribers are eligible for the Big Deal. If you’re not yet receiving our weekly emails then you’re missing out! If you are not already a subscriber you’ll want to sign up for the Art&Seek e-newsletter first before signing up below. Winners will be selected by random drawing on Friday and will be notified by email. If the winner does not respond within 24 hours after notification, or cannot make the specified performance date, or declines the prize, another winner will be randomly chosen.

UPDATE: We have our winners. Thanks for playing. If you don’t hear from us, visit this Art&Seek event page to find about purchasing tickets for this event.

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