Special Showing of "Sylvia" benefits Stafford Animal Shelter

Carmen Dunn and Steve Leuzinger in “Sylvia” Livingston Enterprise photo by Hunter D’Antuono

The Blue Slipper  Theatre in Livingston is holding a special showing of the play “Sylvia” which focuses on a dog by the same name (played by Carmen Dunn) on Sunday 3/22/15 at 3 p.m. to benefit The Stafford Animal Shelter. The play, written by playwright A.R. Gurney, begins with a man who finds a dog in a park. A humorous tale unfolds covering a midlife crisis, a man’s love for his dog and disagreements between husband and wife. And the dog can speak.

All proceeds (after the royalty fee) from this special showing will be donated to Stafford Animal Shelter dogs, who can not speak for themselves! The Blue Slipper is also helping with the Shelter’s wish list by requesting that guests bring cans of pet food, guinea pig/rabbit food or treats. Come see a unique comedy and help Stafford at the same time! (Warning: this play does contain some swear words). Call the Blue Slipper at 406/222-7720 to reserve your seat today.

Learn more about the play in the Livingston Enterprise story here. Stafford Animal Shelter is grateful to the Blue Slipper Theatre for this fun and funny fundraiser!