WHERE IS SEA DOG THEATER?

Sea Dog Theater is currently in residency with the The Olmsted Salon at the Off-Off-Broadway space “The Cave,” at Calvary-St. George’s Episcopal Church at 209 E 16th St, New York, NY 10003.

WHAT DOES SEA DOG MEAN?

The term "sea dog" may refer to an experienced sailor, a 16th century elizabethan pirate, or a rainbow-like formation seen in foggy conditions. We chose the name Sea Dog Theater because life both on and off the stage feels much like being out to sea: we have every intention of reaching land, but due to inclement weather, diminishing provisions, and the possibility of chaos on board, there is no guarantee we will reach our destination. Occasionally, we see a rainbow-like formation and wonder what to make of it.

WHO IS SEA DOG THEATER?

Sea Dog Theater was founded in 2016 after two successful collaborations between Christopher Domig and Janelle Garcia Domig: the international tour of DIRT (New York, London, Berlin, Edinburgh, Vancouver BC), and The Waste Land, co-created with Daniel Domig (New York International Fringe Festival). Together they discovered that the central questions in their work addressed the theme of alienation and reconciliation. They founded Sea Dog Theater in order to explore in greater depths how the experience of  alienation and reconciliation  pervades all aspects of the human condition. 

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CHRISTOPHER DOMIG/ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Christopher 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). Recent TV: Blue Bloods, Boardwalk Empire, Black List, Law & Order: SVU and Blindspot. BFA: Wheaton College, MFA: Southern Methodist University. www.christopherdomig.com

 

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JANELLE GARCIA DOMIG/GENERAL MANAGER 

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. 

 

 

WHITNEY BAHR

JENNIFER HIBBS


ADVISORY BOARD:

Sea Dog Theater is grateful to have the support of the following individuals serving on our inaugural season's advisory board.

David Dark, Author, Professor, TN

Chris Craigin Day, Professor, Playwright, NY

Vincent D'Onofrio, Actor and Director, NY

John Foote, Attorney of Law, Baker McKenzie, DC

Natalie Foote, Executive Director, Restoration Immigration Legal Aid, DC

Michael Howard, Acting Teacher, NY 

David Jennings, Executive Director, Incarnation Ministries, Vancouver B.C.

Joe Kickasola, Professor, Author, Filmmaker, NY

Linnea Kickasola, Opera Singer, Liturgist, NY

John Kolvenbach, Playwright, NY

Zac Martin, Director, Trellis, NY

Steven Purcell, Executive Director, Laity Lodge, TX

Meaghan Ritchey, Arts Consultant, NY

Anne Snyder, Director, The Character Initiative, DC

Chris Staffel, Entrepreneur, TX/NY

Alissa Wilkinson, Critic, Professor, NY