Rebellion Dogs Productions was founded in 2005 by Pamela
A. Popeson as an offshoot of Thunderbird Productions with the premier
production of Popeson's one act, "The Moat" at DramaRama11 in New
Orleans, directed by Liz Laderbach, with Lane Trippe and Jay Hammons,
Rebellion Dogs has since returned to New Orleans and DramaRama
with other short plays by Popeson: "Just a Peep" in 2008, "Women's
Work" in 2007, and "The Spy" in 2006.
In 2006 we also produced "What Comes Next" a full-length multimedia
stage play by Popeson off-off Broadway at the Access Theater, as
an Equity showcase.
Marigny Theatre 1030 Marigny Street, NOLA
11.11 @ 7
11.13 @ 9
If you’d like to help the Rebellion Dogs get “Groove is in the
Heart” to New Orleans there are a few options.
You can make a pledge on Kickstarter at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/groove/getting-the-groove-to-new-orleans.
Kickstarter is a web-based funding platform for "adventurous arty"
projects – like “Getting the Groove to New Orleans” and when you
pledge you can get some cool stuff (sort of like public tv or radio).
We'll be posting updates on the project there so check in for that.
You can make online tax deductible donation at https://www.fracturedatlas.org/donate/1131.
The Rebellion Dogs Productions’ presentation of “Groove is in the
Heart” is a sponsored project of “Fractured Atlas,” a non-profit
arts service organization and contributions on behalf of Rebellion
Dogs and “Groove is in the Heart” made payable to Fractured Atlas
and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
We’re hosting a fundraising reading of Groove in Rockaway Beach
and we’d love it if you could join us.
Sunday, October 18th at 2PM
144 Beach 111th Street
(St. John’s Home for Boys – red door with the red awning)
Suggested donation is $10.00
Refreshments will be served and door prizes will be won.