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Black Dog Theater hosts one-act festival this weekend

The Black Dog Arts’ Café hosts live music and entertainment, and is the  home of Theatre Black Dog. It now opens its doors for the first time to four nights of original one-act plays written by playwrights from the surrounding Seattle area and Eastside, its own actors and associates, and on the last day, an original testimony to the aftermath of war, by published poet and writer Joan Fiset.

Original one-act plays show on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 17, and 18. On the 19th,  “Gone to the Dogs,” an evening of works will be performed by Theatre Black Dog members, and Sunday, Oct. 20, “The Long Road Home, “by Joan Fiset,  in tandem with three of her original one-act plays. All Thursday through Saturday performances start at 8 p.m., Sunday’s performance is at 5 p.m. Learn more at


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