Hot Dog Play : Dunedin Fringe Festival

Hot Dog Play

Los Angeles

Ann Loud with Unmuted Participants and C ARTS

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Los Angeles

Hot Dog has just been dumped by her girlfriend, Dumpling, and now she must candidly examine what it means to live in a post-Dumpling world. Part love letter, part hate mail, this short confessional wrestles with the difficulties of accepting oneself and living life bravely. Who is responsible for who we are and how we are? How do we discover our authentic self? How do we accept ourselves when we are filled with things we don't understand? Join Hot Dog as she figures out what it means to reconcile with living a life encased.

Written, created and performed by Ann Loud

An Unmuted Participants production

Showing as part of of the C ARTS programme of digital performance |




*Fees may apply


1hr 05min


Dunedin Fringe Online Venue

Digital/Online Theatre C Arts Digital

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