Hair of the Dog, the Sydney-based theatre company whose New York affiliate launched in 2002 and staged the long-running "He Died with a Felafel in his Hand" presents the U.S. premieres of two acclaimed Aussie comedies in rep.
Elizabeth Coleman's colorful contemporary sex farce Secret Bridesmaids' Business, about last-minute revelations that threaten to derail a oncoming
marriage, is directed by Gary Schwartz.
Tony McNamara's dark comic satire The John Wayne Principle, an ebullient romp along the jagged shores of swashbuckling Australian big business, is directed by Rosemary Andress.
For those who cannot get enough Australian, Hair of the Dog presents this late-night attraction, Men, directed by Jen Apostolou and performed by Ben Barrack, Nick Flint, Tamara Lovatt-Smith and Ben Mathews.