The acclaimed producers of the hit shows Mary Could Dance, Love Thy Neighbour and Bailout begin their 2014 season with a two-night showing of the award winning comedy, Men Are Dogs, The 2014 Carnival Edition by Ricardo Samuel on Saturday February 8 and Sunday February 9 at Queen’s Hall, Port-of-Spain. The story centres around what happens when a prominent older man marries a younger girl and bacchanal begins to brew in the family. Is he a minister of government? Why are older men attracted to younger women and exactly who is using whom? The ex-wife and son are on the attack, the maid is in the middle and a seduction is being planned to expose all. But who will be exposed? All of the action is set in Carnival 2014.
Men Are Dogs features a stellar cast and crew that includes Richard Ragoobarsingh, Glenn Davis, Debra Boucaud Mason, Corrine Browne, Ria Ali, Leslie Ann Lavine (winner, Best Supporting Actress) and Aaron Schneider, (winner, Best Supporting Actor). The play is directed by Debra Boucaud Mason and Richard Ragoobarsingh with the award winning set design by Ricardo Samuel.