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by Liz Duffy Adams

Ripple For Change Series

Live on Zoom January 30 & February 7
at 7pm Eastern

Streaming via YOUTUBE
thru February 2-12!

TSP Online Stage
To benefit
St Clement's Food Pantry

Post-apocalyptic wilderness was never funnier. DOG ACT is a theatrical, darkly comic variation on the classic doomsday genre, with five original songs.


Ticketing FAQs

I don’t live in NYC and am in a different time zone. Will I be able to watch this performance at any time?

For Live Performance (Zoom): To replicate the experience of being in the theatre, the performance will start at 7pm on Saturday and Sunday (Eastern Time). Please tune in at that time (taking into account the time difference, as applicable) as you will not be able to pause or rewind the live performance. We will notify all ticket buyers when a stream of the performance becomes available.

For Streamed Performance (YouTube): Once you buy the streaming ticket you will be sent a link, which is immediately active. You may watch the show anytime between February 2-12, as many times as you wish, between your purchase date and the closing date, February 12, 2020.

Are the performances taking place online or at The Seeing Place?

As The Seeing Place is closed due to COVID-19, the performances will be hosted digitally. Once you have purchased a ticket for your chosen performance, you will receive a link prior to the show to watch from the comfort of your own home.

I’ve not received my confirmation email or the streaming link, what should I do?

You should receive an email immediately after purchasing your ticket, and it will come directly from Ovation Tix/Theatermania with a link to watch the performance. Be sure to check all spam and junk folders first, but if have not received your link by 10am on the day of the performance please email Note: if you reach out to us AFTER the performance has started, we will not be able to get back to you until after the performance. Plase still email us explaining your circumstances, because we can arrange to transfer your live ticket to a streaming ticket.

There are different ticket prices - what does that mean?

These readings are a benefit for St Clement's Food Pantry. You may support the organization and see the show by getting a $10 ticket. But some people may want to donate more - therefore, there are $25 and $50 tickets available. There are no special benefits for those ticket holders - they simply are able to contribute more to our beneficiary.

I want to see the show, but I feel uncomfortable about my donation going toward this non-profit. What can I do?

We understand. Let us know at, and we can give you a way to make a direct contribution to one of our three campaign funds, which will earmark your contribution to another area related to our theater. We will then send you ticketing information separately.

I would like The Seeing Place to get a contribution in addition to my ticket purchase - how do I do that?

First of all - thank you! Chose your preferred show date/time/ticket level, and when you get to checkout, there will be an option to add a donation to your order. This will go directly toward The Seeing Place's Annual Fund.

Is it a different performance each night?

As with all live theater, the Zoom performances are live and are, therefore, slightly different each night. If you want to watch multiple times, you will have to purchase a ticket to each performance.

I want to purchase a ticket for myself and a friend in another household in one order. How will I be able to share the link with them?

Prior to the start of your chosen performance, the ticket purchaser will receive an email with the link to the stream. If you have purchased two (or more) tickets, the link can be given to that ither person provided it is not shared beyond a ticketed patron.



About DOG ACT:




This play is being presented as a benefit for St Clement's Food Pantry. St Clement’s NYC is a congregation that has always celebrated the ministry of women, of gay and lesbian people, and those of all walks of life; a longtime center of service to the poor, celebrating social activism and creative liturgy - one of the most diverse Episcopal parishes in New York City. St Clement's has operated a food pantry since 1986, one of its primary means of outreach. To learn more about St Clement's, visit


Synopsis for DOG ACT:

Post-apocalyptic wilderness was never funnier. Follow the adventures of Zetta Stone, a traveling performer, and her companion Dog (a young man undergoing a voluntary species demotion) as they wander through the former northeastern United States. Zetta, Dog and their little troupe are on their way to a gig in China, assuming they can find it...and survive the journey. A theatrical, darkly comic variation on the classic doomsday genre, with five original songs.



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CAST and CREATIVE TEAM ( in order of appearance - click names for bios):



Narrator / JoJo Understudy   Weronika Helena Wozniak
Rozetta (Zetta) Stone   Erin Cronican
Coke   Jon L Peacock
Bud   Robin Friend
Dog   William Ketter
Jo-Jo the Bald Faced Liar   Hailey Vest
Vera Similitude   Brandon Walker
Playwright   Liz Duffy Adams
Director   Erin Cronican
Stage Management   Shannon Formas
Producers   Erin Cronican and Brandon Walker
Associate Producer - Outreach   William Ketter
Groups - Outreach   Barbara Haas, Erin Cronican
Marketing Design - Graphics   Laura Clare Browne, Erin Cronican
Marketing Design - Video   Hailey Vest, Erin Cronican
Social Media - Outreach   Weronika Helena Wozniak, Erin Cronican
Marketing Support   Robin Friend
Dramaturgy / Program   Jon L Peacock
* indicates member of Actors' Equity Association


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Production Photos & Interviews


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Talkbacks for DOG ACT:


FREE WITH YOUR TICKET - Saturday, JANUARY 30 and Sunday, FEBRUARY 7, 2021
(immediately following reading)

The Cast and Creative Team of DOG ACT
Theme: Doing Issues-Based Plays in a Trauma-Filled World

This talkback will enable audience members to talk directly to the artists who created DOG ACT about their experiences with the play, how it was rehearsed for Zoom, and its relevance to our modern times.


FREE - Thursday, February 4, 2021 (7pm Eastern Time, via Zoom)

Theme: Action Steps for Surviving Hardship in an Uncertain World

Speakers: TBD

This talkback will enable audience members to hear community experts talk about the themes of the play and how they relate to our immediate situation in the world. We will also be brainstoming on ways that YOU can make a difference.

Tickets will be available soon for this free panel.


About Our Speakers:

Photo Coming soon  

Bio coming soon





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