Imagine if the comedy from a charismatic SNL sketch was intertwined with poignant writing from the Spanish Golden Age of theatre. The result: The Dog in the Manger. This sparky rendition of Lope De Vega’s 17th century play blends meta jokes, farce, and societal reflections to create a mixture of stimulative fun.
About Emily Priborkin
Emily Priborkin is a writer, performer, video producer, and doodler who’s loved the theatre since age 3. She ventured to D.C. to study Journalism and Mass Communications, eventually making the nation’s capital her home. Originally from Kennesaw, Georgia, she’s performed in a variety of musicals and straight plays in the Atlanta area. She’s also directed Reefer Madness and several musical cabaret pieces. With a clear disregard for typecasting, her dream is to play the role of Elder Cunningham in The Book of Mormon.