Here are some highlights.
- Hot Dog is an imaginative take on a situation that resonates disturbingly in our aging-averse culture.
- Thinking Cap Theatre offers plenty to ponder in Sarah Kosar’s Hot Dog.
- Sarah Kosar’s Hot Dog is a dark comedy that clearly fits the company’s mission.
- Under Stodard’s direction, the actors illuminate the realities and complexities of care giving, here taken to extremes in Kosar’s toxic setup.
- [Hot Dog] is a truly fine production that deserves to be widely seen.
- As the name of the production company suggests, you need to put your "thinking cap" on to come to grips with this disturbing and provocative play.
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- Hot Dog, a tart and quirky black (well, dark brown) comedy from London of the type so beloved by the Brits – iconoclastic, freewheeling, eccentric.
- Hot Dog was penned by a young American ex-patriate with what looks like an important future ahead of her.
- Playwright Sarah Kosar doesn’t fool around. We are immediately privy to conversation about … poo. A perfectly sensible tete-a-tete, only one of the “tetes” is a human being in the guise of a dog. Kosar gets you by the lapels.
- Is it supposed to be a dog acting doglike or a human pretending to be a dog? The genius of the play is that the answer is left to the audience.
- Hot Dog featured as 'one of the top two theatre picks to see in South Florida.