The Sanguine Theatre Troupe presented the professional premiere of DOGFALL as a part of NC Stage Company’s Catalyst Series on January 14th-16th and 21st-23rd 2011. The Sanguine Theatre Troupe presents DOGFALL, a new, award winning play, as a part of NC Stage Company’s Catalyst Series on January 14th-16th and 21st-23rd.
The play stars Bradley James Archer, an Asheville native, as the radical Mike Howard in a follow-up role to his recent appearance as Treves in Carolina Actors Studio Theatre’s (C.A.S.T.) production of THE ELEPHANT MAN, for which he received rave reviews. Appearing opposite Archer is Scot Lahaie, the author of the play and Professor of Theatre at Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, North Carolina. A veteran of the theater, Lahaie is making his regional debut as an actor in this production. Lahaie portrays Dr. Jake McKenzie, a doctor known for assisting his patients commit suicide because of terminal illness.
Now in its seventh year, the NC Stage Catalyst Series features performances from local, grassroots theatre companies. NC Stage collaborates with these exciting companies to expand its own programming while providing resources for innovative theatre. Visit www.ncstage.org/for more information about the series.