Cat fights, lies, an over budget film, a dead mother, two ambitious actresses, a naive screenwriter, and a greedy old school producer...what could possibly go wrong? John Patrick Shanley's poison pen letter to Hollywood, Four Dogs and a Bone is part romp, part satire, and all bite.
February 24, 2017 - April 2, 2017
Fridays & Saturdays at 8 pm, Sundays at 2 pm
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Robert Zimmerman (Director)
This is Rob's fifth production as director for BHP/SF and Firescape Productions and it represents his 65th stage show. As an actor, director and producer he has worked with Jack O'Brien, Tony Richardson, Des McAnuff, David Lynch, Joe Stern, Jeffrey Tambor, Jon Voigt, Anna Gunn, Leonardo diCaprio, as well as a slew of other Oscar, Emmy and Tony award winners. He dedicates this show to Doris Roberts, Joe Santos, Gary Shandling and Miguel Ferrer, all artists from whom he received friendship, inspiration and guidance. May they rest in peace.
Troy Forte (Producer)
Troy is excited to be working with Firescape Theatre once again. A senior student of BHP/SF, Troy’s primary passion is acting. With many credits in local film and commercials, Troy has been on stage a time or two. Recent roles include Engagement (Jean-Michel – BHP/SF),Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Picasso – BHP/SF), Petrified Forest (Duke Mantee – Firescape Theatre). He also directed Reunion Special(Firescape Theatre). This is Troy’s second time producing a show, the first being the award-winning Yellow Face (Firescape Theatre) at the end of 2016. Represented by Stars the Agency, Troy continues to pursue his dream of acting on the big screen while helping those around him. www.TroyForte.com
Mostafa Elmorsy (Stage Manager)
Mostafa is originally from Egypt but was born in Denmark. He moved to San Francisco in 2007 when his family later decided to open up a family business that he helped to manage. Mostafa then started getting into MMA, learning the style of Judo/Jiu-Jitsu where he competed in national competitions. However, believing in and chasing his childhood dream has led him to the filmmaking & theatre career, initially getting into films & stunt work. Mostafa studied theatre and cinematography in college, and later attended A.C.T Studio. A year later, he discovered BHP/SF where he found his favorite theatre family and new techniques. “We don’t only learn about Acting in BHP, but we learn about Life”. Always looking to be a part of BHP/SF theatre family in anyway possible, Mostafa chose to stage manage this production with the inspiring help of director Rob Zimmerman and producer Troy Forte.