When Chelsea Bunn began to plan her theater company Something for Nothing’s performance of William Shakespeare’s “Two Gentlemen of Verona,” she made a key decision: Crab the dog, a character played by an actor in other adaptations of the play, was going to be a real dog.
Starting Thursday when the play debuts at Ramsey Park, audiences will see an adoptable canine from a local rescue group tagging along with the actors during each performance.
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‘Two Gentlemen of Verona.’
What: An outdoor production by Something for Nothing Theater.
When: Opens Thursday. 8 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays, through May 18.
Where: Ramsey Park, 4301 Rosedale Ave.
Correction: This version of the story corrects the name of the artistic director for Something for Nothing theater company.