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DOG AND WOLF

When Jasmina, a political refugee seeking asylum in the U.S., suddenly disappears, her wheelchair-bound lawyer must track her down. Who is the dog? Who is the wolf? A psychological and political play of intrigue, identity and pursuit.

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Elaine Devlin Literary Inc. Telephone: (212) 842-9030 edevlinlit@aol.com

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DOG AND WOLF & KILLING THE BOSS, two plays by Catherine Filloux

with an introduction by Cynthia E. Cohen (Brandeis University).

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"Wisecracking, entertainingly playful!"
Anita Gates, New York Times

"A story of political intrigue"
Patrick Lee, TheaterMania

“Selective listings from theater critics of
The New York Times” Off Broadway”:

‘DOG AND WOLF’ Catherine Filloux’s one-act about a wisecracking Bosnian political refugee and her matter-of-fact lawyer is off balance but often entertainingly playful, much like its heroine. 59E59 Theaters, 59 East 59th Street, Manhattan

The Easy - Review of Dog and Wolf

Catherine Filloux: Human Rights Onstage
Kadmus Arts Podcasts

ENTRE CHIEN ET LOUP with Catherine Filloux
by Christine Toy Johnson.
The Brooklyn Rail February 2010

"In her stunning representation of the way indifference accommodates genocide, Catherine Filloux manages for the 21st century what Camus and Ionesco had achieved for the "
Richard Weisberg, Floersheimer Prof.
of Constitutional Law, Cardozo Law School and author of Poethics and Other Strategies of Law and Literature

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Dog and Wolf Community Outreach Project