The term SEA DOG typically refers to an experienced sailor. It may also refer to a harbor seal, a 16th century Elizabethan pirate, or a rainbow-like formation seen in foggy conditions.
Why SEA DOG THEATER?
We chose the name SEA DOG THEATER because our experience of life both on and off the stage feels much like being out to sea: we have every intention of reaching land, and we hope the journey will be worth it, but due to sudden storms, being adrift for days, dealing with diminishing provisions, and facing the possibility of a revolting crew, there is no guarantee that the journey will end well.
In this sense, and out of sheer necessity, we all become experienced sailors and often pass each other on high seas. When we do, we always seem to agree that the voyage is long, difficult, and weather conditions are never ideal. As a result, some turn back and find the shore from which they came, others become pirates, or having run out of all provisions simply pull the plug and sink their ship. However, some do persevere, despite the odds, and keep the course. All of us, at some point or another witness a strange rainbow-like formation in the distant fog and wonder what to make of it.
Artistic Director – Christopher Domig is an actor and director in New York City. Recent acting credits include: The Waste Land: A Performance/Installation at FringeNYC, English World Premiere of Dirt in New York (59E59, 4th Street Theater), Edinburgh (Gilded Balloon), Vancouver (Pacific Theatre), Berlin (ETB), and London (Arcola Theatre). Love Song (Hudson Stage), The Box Man (Sister Sylvester), Uncle Vanya (Studio 4 Istanbul), Much Ado About Nothing, Elizabeth Rex (Stonington Opera House) Recent TV: Blue Bloods, Boardwalk Empire, Black List, Law & Order: SVU and Blindspot. Recent feature films: A Different Sun, Crooked & Narrow, Apartment 4E, Bastards Of Young, 3 People I’ve Never Heard Of, Tenants, Second-Story Man. Recent feature films: A Different Sun, Crooked & Narrow, Apartment 4E, Bastards Of Young, 3 People I’ve Never Heard Of, Tenants, Second-Story Man. Directing credits include: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Gruesome Playground Injuries by Rajiv Joseph, and Lovers by Brian Friel, BFA: Wheaton College, MFA: Southern Methodist University. He lives with his wife and two kids in Brooklyn. www.christopherdomig.com
General Manager– Janelle Garcia is from Texas and lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two children. Janelle produced Dirt and The Waste Land and did publicity for the plays when they ran in Vancouver and New York City. She previously worked as a producer's assistant for Rabbit Bandini, where she coordinated festival runs for the films Feast of Stephen, Herbert White, Saturday Night, and A Clerk's Tale by director James Franco at the Berlin, Cannes, SXSW, and Tribeca Film Festivals.